Friday, March 24, 2006

Confused by Sister Hillary

Dick Morris: Hillary's Immigration Calculation

Former Clinton White House political advisor Dick Morris says there was more to Hillary Clinton's bible-themed immigration critique on Wednesday than meets the eye.

Blasting a GOP bill that would make illegal immigration a felony, Mrs. Clinton complained:

"It is certainly not in keeping with my understanding of the Scriptures. This bill would literally criminalize the Good Samaritan and probably even Jesus himself."

Morris tells NewsMax: "The woman who said that she was 'adamantly against' illegal aliens now compares them to Jesus.

"Before she said that she felt we needed to police our border but now she opposes making legitimate efforts to protect our borders."

But as is usually the case with the Clintons, there a political calculation to Hillary's hypocrisy.

"Her statement," says Morris, "reflects the fact that she has to run in Hispanic-heavy New York before she seeks the presidency."

The top strategist says Hillary is like a boat tacking back and forth depending upon which way the political wind is blowing.

"One admires the admiral, but the course is hardly consistent," he observed.

I am not going to jump on Hillary’s personal feelings or relationship involving Christianity, but using Jesus as a political tool is another opinion. I am somewhat confused here. Does Hillary believe Jesus approves of anti-religion and other issues the far left represents? Which is it? Or does she now believe that moderate democrats are her target for elections (NY Senate and President) and that is what they want to hear? I understand she has never referred to Jesus before publicly in her statements. Is scriptures and Jesus a signal for her campaign in the future? Please someone explain this to me.

Hillary’s Immigration Sermon
Preach on Sister Hillary. Just keep on talking and supplying ammunition to Republicans. Check out Polipundit’s Post .

Excerpt from Newsday below:
Clinton took particular aim at a measure sponsored by Reps. Pete King (R-L.I.) and James Sensenbrenner (R-Wis.) that currently would brand undocumented immigrants as felons, although the lawmakers insist that charge will only be a misdemeanor in the final law. Full Story
Additional Article: Congressman Peter King defends Bill as “God’s Work” .

Will someone shine some light on this for me.......I have been reading on this all morning....still shaking my head.

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