Are you in agreement with religious arguments opposition to comprehensive immigration reform is literally a?

Are you in agreement with religious arguments opposition to comprehensive immigration reform is literally a sin against God ? WASHINGTON, Sept. 30 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ --The supporters of amnesty for i****************s have frequently used religious arguments and terminology to make their case. They explicitly claim that legalization and increased immigration are the only morally acceptable choices facing lawmakers and that opposition to "comprehensive immigration reform" is, literally, a sin. To address such claims, the Center for Immigration Studies is hosting a panel discussion entitled "Religious Perspectives on Immigration" on Tuesday, October 6, at 9:30 a.m. at the Murrow Room of the National Press Club, 14th & F streets NW. Each of the three speakers has authored a CIS Backgrounder exploring a portion of this issue: Fr. Dominique Peridans - Associate pastor at a Roman Catholic parish in Maryland and author of "Catholics, Immigration, and the Common Good" James R. Edwards, Jr. - Fellow at CIS and author of "A Biblical Perspective on Immigration Policy" Stephen Steinlight - Senior Policy Analyst at the Center for Immigration Studies and author of "No 'Progress by Pesach': The Jewish Establishment's Usurpation of American-Jewish Opinion on Immigration"

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enforce the laws already voted on and passed .im sure that's all god expects. as far as religious groups ,well they are in need of money and the illegals they are harboring are draining there funds. as for the mouth pieces they are being inconvenienced due to their illegal relatives losing there jobs ( e_verify) and... More
Answered By: bobby - 9/30/2009
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The United States, the International Community and the United Nations believe Mexico is a good place to live. The problems with living in Mexico can be cured by citizen who try and cure the problems, but in the mean time, there is not one thing that suggests a need to allow people who committed a crime against the... More
Answered By: Joel W - 9/30/2009
I'm not a religious person. Nothing is a "sin". Still, some harsh immigration policies are certainly *unethical*.
Answered By: Mich - 9/30/2009
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