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Hillary Claims Jesus Christ Was Illegal Alien

The celebrated Biblical scholar holds forth yet again.

From the New York Post:

GOP WOULD HAVE BOOTED JESUS: HILL

By MAGGIE HABERMAN

March 23, 2006 — Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton ratcheted up her talk about religion yesterday – saying a GOP-sponsored bill making it a felony to be in the United States illegally would have "criminalized" Jesus.

Clinton, who's considered the Democratic front-runner for the 2008 White House race, made the comments at a hastily scheduled news conference about the House-passed bill aimed at illegal immigrants.

Clinton blasted Republican leadership, which "is constantly talking about values and about faith [but put] forth such a mean-spirited piece of legislation."

"It is certainly not in keeping with my understanding of the Scriptures," she added.

"Because this bill would literally criminalize the Good Samaritan and probably even Jesus himself."

The House bill passed last December.

Clinton said, "Many of us think it's a political bill" – but didn't back any of the competing Senate versions.

"We want the outcome to be that [backers of the House bill are] on the wrong side of the politics, as well as the wrong side of history and American values," she said.

She added that she would support a bill that includes stronger border controls.

She also called for employers who exploit illegal immigrants to face penalties.

In addition, she wants to set up a system to allow illegal immigrants currently living in this country to earn their citizenship."

As I recall, Mary and Joseph were citizens. They even went out of their way to pay their taxes.

They only ducked into Egypt to escape having their child slaughtered by a crazed dictator.

Does Hillary think that's happening south of the border?

Go forth and lie no more.

This article was posted by Steve on Friday, March 24th, 2006. Comments are currently closed.

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