People of Faith Who Oppose Amnesty

People of Faith Who Oppose Amnesty

Some leaders of the faith community have been saying that people of strong faith should support Amnesty, claiming that it is a biblical mandate. We respect many of these leaders and work with them closely to protect life, traditional marriage, religious freedom, and other vital issues. However, we respectfully disagree with their stance on Amnesty.

Scripture clearly commands individuals and the Body of Christ to show kindness and compassion to “strangers” or “sojourners,” terms that imply a person is in a foreign land temporarily. However, that is not a command to the government. Government is charged with protecting its citizens and administering justice so its citizens remain free to exercise compassion and generosity.

Please join us by signing this petition to let your legislators and faith leaders know that you demand real reform and sound policy, not political payoffs and broken promises wrapped in Scriptural rhetoric.

People of Faith Petition

We, the undersigned people of faith, respectfully disagree with faith leaders who claim that Scripture requires Amnesty.

We call on our legislators to protect the American Dream for all who are and who seek to become American Citizens, by opposing Amnesty and by working to secure our borders, protect American jobs and strengthen our economy.

Only then can the American Dream, which best facilitates individual generosity and compassion, be a reality for all.

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Make no mistake, the current Senate proposal allows all illegal aliens to come forward to receive “Registered Provision Immigrant” (RPI) legal status within six months after President Obama signs the bill – that is amnesty.

America was founded on Judeo-Christian principles. The individual exercise of compassion and generosity are an integral part of the American dream. In order to protect the American Dream for everyone who seeks it, we must implement sound policy. Amnesty is not sound policy.

We are saddened that people of strong faith have been called nasty names (racist, isolationist, nativist, and xenophobic) for demanding that our government institute policies that keep us safe, protect jobs for law-abiding citizens and immigrants, and that government stop adding pressure to an already crumbling economy and adding dependents to a welfare system that is already unable to keep the promises already made.

It is not racist, isolationist, nativist, or xenophobic to demand the rule of law and to demand that government obey the immigration laws that have already been passed.

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