Jim Daly, the head of the conservative radio-based ministry Focus on the Family has joined dozens of evangelical leaders to push for immigration reform that would include a path to legal residency or citizenship for those in the country without legal status.
More than 100 pastors, academic leaders and others endorsed the “Evangelical Statement of Principles for Immigration Reform,” unveiled Tuesday, which calls for bipartisan legislation protecting family unity and guaranteeing secure borders. The group said it is planning a radio ad campaign to support its push.
…Some evangelical leaders, including Leith Anderson, president of the National Assn. of Evangelicals, and Richard Land, president of the Southern Baptist Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, have pushed for immigration reform for the last few years. But this is the first time the Colorado-based ministry founded by James Dobson has joined the call.
One question that must be asked of people like Dr Dobson is do anti-Whites also demand the ethnic displacement of Blacks in Africa and Asians in Asia? Of course, they claim they are anti-racist. But we can see from their actions that they are in fact anti-White. It’s only in White countries that they advocate massive Third World immigration. Obviously, anti-racist is just a code word for anti-White.