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Quote Of The Day - Bryan Fischer

"I was asked by a caller Thursday whether Jesus would, if he were governor, sign the Arizona immigration law. 'In a heartbeat,' I answered. Why, I asked rhetorically? 'Because of his compassion.' This compassion is for the citizens of Arizona who are subject to home invasions, out-of-control drug trafficking, human smuggling, the constant threat of kidnappings, and a $2.7 billion price tag for all the social problems caused by illegal aliens.

"The costs of education, welfare, medical care and law enforcement may wind up bankrupting the state. The compassion of Jesus goes out to Arizonans who live with constant social disruption and suffer a steady drain on resources which should be available to take care of their families. And all because politicians have failed to use the authority God has delegated to them to 'carry out God's wrath on the wrongdoer.' (Romans 13:4) Would Jesus sign the immigration bill? He'd sign it so fast it'd give you a nosebleed." - American Family Association radio host Bryan Fischer.

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