Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Someone Has Finally Summarized What I Really Mean When I Say I Hate Politics

"Excuse me while I filter my politics through my faith rather than the converse."

Thank you. That's what I've been trying to say.

Michelle Malkin ticked me off the other day. I really don't recall the Holy Father ever saying we should open our borders and let everyone in, but since he's in-line with Holy Mother Church and not Holy Mother Party, he's anathema.

Then again, she also says on her blog that she left the Catholic church, in part, for "its stance on illegal immigration".

Is it just me, or is that just totally backwards?

Lest anyone stumble onto this post and hang me for an amnesty enthusiest, let it be known I'm not. I think people should play by the rules, dadgummit, and people who don't pay and have never paid taxes shouldn't get tax-payers benefits (which seems like a "duh" to me). I also think Christians are called to do what they can to uphold human dignity and preserve families.

Wait... I think I just mixed parts from two opposing political view points. Crap! Take cover! Your monitor is about to explode!

I hate politics. Have I mentioned that?


Padre Steve said...

She is losing perspective over this immigration issue. Sometimes being Catholic requires sacrifice... we can't afford to be so simplistic in our approach. I enjoy your blog! It is always fun! Keep smiling, keep up the good work and God bless! Padre Steve, SDB

markrunsfar said...

my head a'splode

axelander said...

Andie, i think thats what the conservatives have been saying all along. I'll look into this whole socialism promoting thing.

Chris Lund said...

You haven't posted on here in a while. Do you like actually get too busy or is my browser lying to me?