The Daylight of Acceptance

American Illegals are living a shadowy existence–out of necessity. In the past, American law enforcement has looked the other way. Not any more. America has gotten herself into this pickle because we didn’t have the desire nor the capability of upholding our boarders. Now the “illegal boarders” seek permanence. I should think the legalized citizens of America would want their counterparts to follow suit. But maybe not. I’m of the opinion that a predominately Christian nation as ours should show a little more compassion and mercy (like that of Christ) towards the situation. After all, refugees needn’t be illegals, since all illegals aren’t refugees.

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