07 October 2007

Glenn Grothman: wrong on the Apocalypse of immigration.

Hi folks,

Curiouser and curiouser. First, compassion from Senator Grothman for the unemployed and now, despite his recent anti-sanctuary tub-thumping, could we be seeing something like compassion for illegal immigrants? Another sign, surely, of the end times. Maybe Mark Belling is right; Glenn has gone soft.

Here's what's confused me.

From The Badger Herald - Trafficking legislation comes up:

“The district attorneys feel we have to clarify current law with regards to penalties in this area, as well as provide some shelter to people who are not citizens of this country,” said bill co-sponsor Sen. Glenn Grothman, R-West Bend." [my italics.]
The law he's talking about covers human trafficking. Since legal aliens typically are not trafficked into the US, this must mean that Glenn wants to protect illegal aliens.


I'm also completely out of order with the Apocalyptic references here, since the second horseman, this one, typically represents War while the third horseman represents injustice to the poor along with Famine. Maybe I missed a press release.


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