As Long As It's "Comprehensive"
The fatal mistake for the handlers of the Senate immigration proposal was refusing to let their fellow Jurassic Park inmates offer any amendments. After all, they were just trying to make the bill “more comprehensive.”
The best quote of the week came from Cardinal Mahoney: “This isn’t a debate whether or not we should allow people to come, or not to come – they’re here.”
His Eminence was asked at his press conference whether he was crossing the line from preaching religion to preaching politics. He replied, “Every piece of legislation that affects people also bears with it a moral and ethical dimension, and you can’t discount that.”
I’m wondering if the good Cardinal would have the same attitude if the vast majority of immigrants were Muslims, as is the case in France.