She has taken the occasion to wax lyrical about the "eloquence of the National Conference of Catholic Bishops" in their discussions about the influx. Pssst! Hey Nancy! A couple of points!
- They ceased calling themselves the "National Conference of Catholic Bishops" several decades ago! They are now the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops! Got that?
- You certainly had no fond words to say when they were actually acting like Catholic bishops in decrying abortion and the contraception mandate! Your fondness for their eloquence seems to be attuned to whether they are going lockstep with the Cloward-Piven strategy versus the Magisterium!
As far as these busloads of kids coming in, has it dawned on these USCCB types - and their brother bishops south of the Rio Grande - that they should be rebuking their parents for just shoving their children away from them? Has it dawned on them that they should be urging these parents to (wait for it!) raise their own children?
I for one think it's rather telling how all this seems to be happening in a coordinated fashion. How did all these Mexican children come to be on those buses? There are thousands of them; the collection and shipping of the kids to the US took some effort, and not just on the part of "desperate parents". Of course the USCCB seems to be cheering on the influx - almost as on cue. Are these kids meant to be the vanguard for their parents, so that they can join them (and become Democrat voters)? I mentioned briefly the Cloward-Piven Strategy. I'd suggest all read up on it, for we are seeing it being implemented right now.