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Friday, March 31, 2006

The Big Exception

Shame on Cardinal Mahoney for advocating the continued influx of illegal Mexicans into America. Estase is Catholic, but has little use for people who flaut our immigration laws. The blacks and poor whites of America are sick of losing their jobs to people who 1) aren't here legally, and 2) often can't (or worse, don't want to learn to) speak English. There are quotas on how many Asians can enter America, how many Africans can enter America, and how many Europeans can enter America. The Mexicans, right now, are the big exception to our immigration laws. Estase is also Irish, and is aware that there are large numbers of unemployed Irish people. Estase opposes letting an unlimited number of Irish people enter America, and it's not because he hates Irish people, or he mistrusts Catholics. There are only so many jobs for Americans, and they should go to people who are legally here. People like Cardinal Mahoney don't speak for all Catholics.

Sunday, March 05, 2006

Entering the CIty

During Rosh Hashana, the call of God for repentence is symbolized by the call of the shofar, which itself means in ordinary usage of the ancient semetic city "Come, the gates of the city are closing!" Repent now, you may not have the chance later. The same can be said of Lent-- one only has so many years, and this may be the last chance to get right with God. Indeed, none of us knows we will be here tomorrow.

Saturday, March 04, 2006

The Last Fool

This blogsite will either supplement or replace Aristotelian Moments. Aristotelian Moments has been a place for me to vent my spleen for a year now, but no one ever seems to visit it. Maybe the name is too serious or ponderous to seem accessable. Denique Fossor is Latin for "final fool", and I chose the name because I feel that I am unique in my brand of retrospective christian thought. I don't really seem to create a Republican site (though I am) or a Catholic site (though I am) . Also, I recently noted an athiestic site that claimed to be "rational." I take pride in being logical, but if to be rational is to be athiest, I am definitely not rational. May God bless all the blogs and all the people who read them. (Take that, athiests.)