Jul 2, 2006

The other "undocumenteds"

Everyone who is for citizenship for the illegals who come here by the millions needs also to be for a smaller group who are not allowed in -- who in fact are forced back as soon as they are caught.

That group is the Cuban liberty-lovers who risk their lives at sea to flee the cruel grip of the Communist dictator Castro's illegal and totalitarian regime. The USA used to let them in, as refugees from tyranny -- until Bill Clinton came along, and George W. Bush after him.

Clinton never met an anti-Communist he liked. He decreed that Cuban refugees who managed to set foot on U.S. soil could stay here but that those caught at sea, even yards offshore, must be keelhauled back to Castro's goons. And "W" Bush has continued that evil practice.

This next week surrounding the Fourth of July, our annual celebrating of the winning of our liberty, is a great time for you and me to contact our Cardinal and our U.S. bishops and urge them to speak out against the monstrous Clinton-Bush "wet-foot, dry-foot" policy.

To get a glimpse into how awful is the Communist tyranny in Cuba, click on this post's title. You will enter Free-Biscet. org, a Website devoted to Dr. Oscar Elias Biscet, a physician whom Castro sentenced to 25 years in prison in 2003 for his pro-liberty activism. Castro had previously punished Dr. Biscet for his pro-life activism, incidentally. Pray for Dr. Biscet, who is in ill health and confined to a tiny cell, and for his wife Elsa Morejon, a pro-liberty activist herself.

It would be wonderful if every priest and bishop in L.A. and elsewhere who speaks out for illegals would plead for justice for the liberty-loving Cubans who seek haven in the USA.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

But on the other hand, the US continues to accept Asians, who seem to think we "owe" them. Many arrive all but incapacitated and can get public services that even disadvantaged Americans who have worked all their lives are denied.
I know an LA area Catholic parish in which the majority is Hispanic, but no Spanish speaking priests, while the 2 percent who are Asians have the services of two priests who speak their languages.
Our govenment, and to a lesser extent, our Church, appear to be out of focus.

10:09 PM  
Blogger Kenneth Fisher, Founder & CRCOA said...

As Mahony and his ilk see it, the trouble with the Cubans who come here is most of them become Republicans or Independents. Perhaps if more joined the Demoncrat Party of which I was once an Official, more would get support from our apostate Bishops and Cardinals.

Kenneth M. Fisher, Founder & Chairman,
Concerned Roman Catholics of America, Inc.

1:13 PM  
Blogger Kenneth Fisher, Founder & CRCOA said...


Of the Asians who come here and at first get on welfare, very few stay there very long, they work their way out of it!

As far as the real Church is concerned, there are only Catholic priests. I doesn't matter if they are Latin, Afro-American, Asian, etc. etc. just so long as they are Catholic!

Kenneth M. Fisher

1:17 PM  
Blogger Kenneth Fisher, Founder & CRCOA said...

Great News!

We once again have the petition in support of Fr. Robert Altier up and running again.

Please help us to regain the momentum we had before we had to change Servers, pass the word on and go to: crcoa.com

God bless, yours in Their Hearts,
Kenneth M. Fisher, Founder Chairman
Concerned Roman Catholics of America, Inc.

1:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I assure you few Asians are coming in illegally, geography keeps them and millions of Africans, Indian, and others, Cubans included, in the depths of poverty, political persecution, and more. They do manage to arrive on our shores, and for those doing so within the law of the land I'm pleased to have a small part of my tax burden go to their assistance. As for Mexicans and other Central Americans that simply exploit their favorable geography and the generosity of our country for thier personal gain, I say no thanks. I wish the Cardinal would wake up and smell this particular blend of coffee.

I wonder what sort of stewards they make in their parishes? Or do most of their wages find their way back to Mexico to support families and build homes, and business in that country as reported in the US press?

I would much prefer to put the tax exempt status of the church on the line for pro-life issues than to defend illegal, and in my judgement greedy, immigrants with little or no intention of building an American dream.

4:55 PM  
Blogger Kenneth Fisher, Founder & CRCOA said...


First of all, I am against all illegal aliens getting any U.S. tax supported benefits.

Secondly, very few Mexican come because "As for Mexicans and other Central Americans that simply exploit their favorable geography and the generosity of our country for thier personal gain". Most of them come for the same reasons the others come, TO FEED THEIR POOR FAMILIES!


Kenneth M. Fisher

6:25 PM  

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