Sunday, July 27, 2008

U.S. House vote to repeal HIV travel ban

On July 25, the U.S. House voted to repeal the HIV travel ban. The Senate voted July 16 to repeal the prohibition, which was codified by Congress in 1993. While immigration law currently excludes foreigners with any “communicable disease of public health significance” from entering the country, only HIV is explicitly named in the statute. Now it comes to President Bush. What will he do? Will he protect the citizens of the United States or will he be pressured into signing the bill repealing the ban? With the increasing power of the homosexual movement, our laws which is put into place to protect our citizens are now being removed as a result of the powerful homosexual lobbyists. If this is signed by President Bush, we will primarily see only foreigners from overwhelmingly non white countries coming into this country that carries the deadly disease. Most Americans are not aware that Whites are practically immune from it. Yes, whites can get it, but statistically, it is very low. But if they are heterosexuals and do not have sex with non whites, and basically are just plain White Christian folks, they have nothing to worry about. Yet statistically, blacks get aids at an alarming rate, and aids are now increasing even more with Mexicans. We pray that President George Bush will do the right thing and not sign the bill, but will instead be steadfast, and hold his ground, and not cave into the left wing extremists. Our children are too important. Until then.

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