3rd Protest of El Diablo Arpaio at Cathedral of Saints Simon and Jude this Sunday; Write the Pope Letter Campaignby Dee Dee Garcia Blase on Aug. 16, 2012, under 2012 Arizona Elections, Hispanic Latino Vote, Independent voter centrist moderate swing vote, Irish Undocumented, Irish Vote, joe arpaio wastes millions of tax payer dollars, Mike Stauffer for Sheriff to Replace Joe Arpaio, National tequila party movement, nativist tea party extremist republicans, Women Voters
EL DIABLO ARPAIO
My people are dying in the corrupt Joe Arpaio’s jails.
My people are crying. Our children are crying. Our youth is discouraged, and the evil began here in Arizona when Sheriff Joe Arpaio initiated his racial profiling raids that spread hatred across our Nation against all brown-colored people or anyone that might look immigrant. We desperately want to see a moral authority via the Catholic Church step in and tell Arpaio he is wrong for making jokes about the mysterious deaths of my people.
We will be going to Bishop Olmsted’s home church in Phoenix this Sunday in hopes of shedding light and communicating a message. We would like for the Phoenix Diocese leadership to do what is right and publicly condemn Joe Arpaio’s culture of death. If you don’t live in Arizona, and if you are a member of the Catholic Church, please contact the Pope at the Vatican and request his help to publicly denounce Arpaio’s action. His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI can be contacted at E-mail: email@example.com
We know that our system is broken, but the partisanship is hurting others and this is why we are calling to Higher Powers. We hope that the Church will step in and help and expose the light on the evil that is taking place via Joe Arpaio’s Culture of Death he has brought to Arizona.
Date: Sunday, August 19, 2012
Time: 11:30am (when the English mass ends) and then stay through about 1pm (when Spanish mass begins)
Location: Cathedral of Saints Simon and Jude, 6351 North 27th Avenue Phoenix, Arizona 85017
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