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Topic - Samuel Rodriguez
There seems to be some confusion in the media about the political leanings of so-called conservative evangelicals supporting immigration reform.
The nation honored civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday — the same day it celebrated the inauguration of the first black president to his second term.
The pastor chosen to deliver the benediction at President Obama's inauguration withdrew from the ceremony Thursday after gay-rights groups complained that he once referred to homosexuality as a "sin."
Perhaps that was why Mr. Rodriguez told the news service, "This is now a Christian issue.
Mr. Rodriguez is wrong to say that this not a political issue.