PC(USA) Stated Clerk issues statement on Supreme Court DAPA case

June 23, 2016


In the absence of comprehensive immigration reform, 11 million among us go to sleep every night and wake up every morning wondering if they will be able to remain with their family, continue to work and go to school, and dream the dreams that can only be birthed from a place of stability. The expansion of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals and the creation of Deferred Action for Parents would have alleviated this worry for five million people. I am deeply disappointed that the Supreme Court’s decision fails to extend this mercy to the children of God.

미국 장로교 정서기가 대법원 DAPA 소송에 대한 성명서를 발표하다

  1. Yes I agree the people comeing from outside that are not native born Americans should be deported. This is the mind set of every Native American Indian towards all immigrants since the year 1492. The Aztecs and other mesoamerican nations were here FIRST. All others should be deported . That should be the law of the land.

    by Joaquin

    June 29, 2016

  2. Thank you for taking the time to write this, Gradye, along with all the other business going on at GA.

    by Rebecca Strader

    June 24, 2016

  3. You are SO CORRECT!!!

    by Ron Giermann

    June 24, 2016

  4. Enforcement of our nation's borders is of paramount importance. It is imperative that the USA is not infiltrated by persons who wish us significant harm, especially by radical Islamists. Of course, many Hispanic people have come into our country through the southern border and have done well, although they are here illegally. It cannot be argued that there is a distinction that is made between one group (Hispanics) and another (Radical Islamists), so the law must be applied in the same way to all. There is no country in the world that can survive porous borders, and the concept of nationhood must be maintained for the common good. This matter goes to the heart of the United States of America's national foundations. Removal of illegal aliens can and must be done to maintain our sovereignty, but every effort to catalog and trace the immigration and repatriation of each illegal person must be undertaken to avoid wrongful actions by law enforcement. If we do not repatriate illegal immigrants, we cannot claim to be a nation of laws.

    by Gary Jones

    June 24, 2016

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