Friday, February 23, 2007


In church. For Lent. LA Times:

Roman Catholic leaders in Orange and Los Angeles counties marked Ash Wednesday — the start of a season of repentance and reflection — with a plea to Catholics and others to commit themselves to immigration reform.

In Orange County, the church asked people to fast — consuming liquids only — for one day between March 26 and 30 as an appeal for citizenship opportunities for undocumented immigrants and reductions in visa application backlogs for the families of immigrants.

The church also called for a temporary worker program.

The Mexican government's full-throttled lobbying campaign is on. The amnesty steamroller moves forward. There are more illegal alien marches in store. And the line-jumpers keep on coming.

Looks like border security ain't got a prayer.


There were more sham raids today to soften up opposition to the coming amnesty.

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