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Children & border II

| Saturday, Aug. 9, 2014, 9:00 p.m.

Bishop Zubik and Holy Family Institute have their hearts in the right place when they want to care for children displaced as a result of natural disasters such as the Haiti earthquake.

The surge of children coming from Central America and now to Emsworth is a direct result of the Obama administration and the Democratic Party not being willing to enforce current immigration laws to secure the border. They have sent the message to families in Central America, “Send the USA your kids.”

Isn't it ironic that this Catholic organization is facilitating the Obama agenda, which also seeks to quash religious liberty, and the Democratic Party, which booed God at its national convention in 2012?

Christopher H. Fromme

Ross

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