Fuck Your God

"Hey, you have your religion in my politics" "Hey, you have your politics in my religion" Two tastes that could be great, just NOT together. Let's discuss how religious zealots are ruining the spirit of the United States and trampling your rights for the sake of their own god.

Location: Chicago, Illinois, United States

"Chuck" currently resides in the Uptown neighborhood of Chicago. While he finds organized religion and their fanatics to be morally bankrupt and power hungry he also believes in the Constitution and our Bill of Rights which allow all of us to believe in any god we choose and the ability to worship in any manner our selves feel to be correct and good and right. So long as we respect others' rights to do so as well. The latter concept being foreign to most religious folk.

Saturday, May 13, 2006

Ironies from Illegals

So, most of the illegal immigrants in this country are from Mexico. Mexicans seem to be strongly Catholic. No surprise they see nothing wrong with breaking the law.

Coming into a country illegally is breaking the law. Coming in legally and then staying illegally is breaking the law. To hold up a sign that says they are not criminal is wrong. They are criminals. If they are religious people who believe in the Bible, shouldn't they do what it says? I would think so. Well, it says to obey the laws of the land. They need to be held accountable.

Immigration is a good thing. Many of us come from families where, long ago, there was immigration. It was done the right way. If that right way was different at that time is irrelevent. We have a system of laws that must be adhered to. If this very important set of laws is deemed by our lawmakers to be not worthy of adherance, how can they expect ANY to be worthy? How can they expect respect for the law from citizens if they have none? I don't think they can.

I think this issue is that simple. Illegal immigration is illegal. Illegal immigrants are criminals. We have laws to deal with criminals. Let's get with it.



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