Saturday, July 26, 2014

Vos: 'Do Not Let The Children Come Unto Me.'

Picture of Rep Robin Vos
Wisconsin State GOP Assembly Speaker and Selfishness Avatar Robin Vos
sees destitute, homeless immigrant kids, immediately forgets a basic admonition and declares that Wisconsin is not a heavenly spot: 
Matthew 19:14
But Jesus said, Suffer little children, and forbid them not, to come unto me: for of such is the kingdom of heaven.
- King James Bible "Authorized Version", Cambridge Edition


Anonymous said...

Good for Vos. These children should be home with their parents.

Anonymous said...

Most of their parents are dead so what is your plan B?

MAL said...


When these children go home, they get killed, their siblings are murdered and out of desperation their parents send them on a long, dangerous voyage to America.

Are you pretending to this obtuse?

Anonymous said...

Maybe the karing, konpassionate, konserveative Sykes will take them in.

Anonymous said...

"Most of their parents are dead."

We turn our backs on legal children in central cities across America every day. Why not add a few more illegal aliens to the swelling ranks, right?

Anonymous said...

Vos had no right to speak for all the citizens of Wisconsin on this matter. Besides I have heard that about 50 kids have been placed in private homes in Wisconsin already. Since the kids are already here, they need to be cared for. Maybe some of them could make it on their own, but not the ones who are 9 months or three-years-old. Once refugees are in our country we have to abide by the law to take care of them. Most of them will be deported anyway because they do not get legal representation at the deportation hearings and do not speak English. They don't know what's really going on because there is no one to advise them. Once many of them get home they will either be snatched up by the cartels or they will be killed. So you refugee haters can rest easy that they will never be back in the U.S. under any circumstances. Last but not least, if the U.S. had kept their noses out of the Central American governments in the 1950's this very well might not be happening now.