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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Catherine Poe
Secular fundamentalists like writer Catherine Poe forget that science could never have existed over the past 350 years without Christianity ("Creationism: Why are Republicans afraid of science? Ask Sen. Rubio," Web, Tuesday). Sir Isaac Newton wrote more on theology than on natural science. Pagans already believe they know how the universe works without studying it.
Writer Catherine Poe is correct in saying GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney used fighting words when he recently called DREAMers "illegal aliens" (DREAM Act: Mitt Romney still calls DREAMers 'illegal aliens' at Univision's Latino Forum," Web, Thursday). More importantly, Mr. Romney's words are dangerous and illustrate how out of touch he is with the immigrant community. How can someone claim to advocate for a "permanent solution" to fix our broken immigration system when he dehumanizes immigrants within the same breath?