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    Senior Member Ratbstard's Avatar
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    Catholic Church still has tax exempt status despite politica

    Catholic Church still has tax exempt status despite political activities
    Dave Gibson
    Immigration Reform Examiner
    August 17, 2011

    On Tuesday, the leadership of New Mexico’s Catholic Church issued a statement condemning Gov. Susana Martinez’ plans to repeal the law which currently allows foreign nationals, including illegal aliens to obtain driver’s licenses.

    The statement, entitled “Licenses for All Drivers: A Matter of Mercy, Fairness and Safety,
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    The Roman Catholic Church has a very long history of inciting resistance to United States laws, specifically United States Immigration Laws.

    They have been getting away with this for decades.

    Los Angeles Special Order 40 could never have been allowed or perpetrated if not for the Roman Catholic Church.

    Los Angeles RCC Cardinal Mahoney is now retired, but while he was an active Cardinal he repeatedly inspired millions of illegal aliens to STEAL their way into the United States and PROTECTED them under the shadow of the RCC when they got here.

    Cardinal Mahoney has said point blank that his followers should disregard laws on immigration as a matter of Catholic conscience.

    This is the same Cardinal who fought all the way to the Supreme Court to keep secret all documents related to pedophilia among priests.

    But the Cardinal and other Catholic leaders are quick to embrace the laws of bankruptcy protection in order to not compensate victims of sexual abuse by members of the clergy and keep them out of the U.S. judicial system. So far, five such dioceses have done just that. ... index.html
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