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    Separation of church & State?

    The immigration problem is at this point totally political. I have noticed ministers and churches involved in pushing for citizenship for the illegals. This seems very political to me. How do these churches keep their tax-exempt status?

    Opinions anyone? And hoping the administrator can tell us something.

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    Who would enforce the laws separating church and state? The same ones who aren't capable of supporting our border laws? Also, it wouldn't be politically correct to say anything against the churches that are pro-illegal.....might cost a vote or two come the next election. And, don't ever forget, it is much more important to get re-elected than to worry about what is good for America.
    <div>Suppose you were an idiot, and suppose you were a member of congress; but I repeat myself. Mark Twain</div>

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