Christians and their Walk…

Christians and their Walk…

RioThere is so much to get done…I am still working on the Series of how to rectify our diffused immigration national policy is perceived. Accordingly, I have an additional Series of why we – in all over the world – have different meanings for the very words that we should all be saying them in one common language.

Of the second Series that I have alluded to are differing moral standards, different table rules for meal times, compassion, charity, ethics, and likewise –“Do unto others as You would have them do unto you” which I am certain that most Christians learn to call the verse, The Golden Rule. (Actually there is a plethora of places to find it I used Luke. 6:31 NASB).

Yet where I come from today, as in times and places before it is just to make sure I keep my priorities in syncopation. We are in America and therefore America was founded under the Judeo-Christian theology of principles. If there is something you are amiss about the cultural norms Americans have included in most of their laws. And it should be well pointed out that of the seven or so men working on either the Declaration of Independence or the U.S. Constitution some of the language was deemed too Christian and then altered by small committee so as not to offend the author.

Furthermore, if you find that you are one of these people who have chosen another way of life, walk, or journey please try and remember that it was not Jesus Christ who came here to this planet to shake things up or even change things in your life. Oh contraire! As I recall the historical narrative Mr. Christ was sent here to explain to us precisely what we needed to do to live a more fully enriched life.

The hook here is in the notion of was he, or wasn’t he (god)? I know what I believe being a man given over to research, methodological testing, religiosity, and I have found what it is that works for me.

Yet I am not going to raise a hoot and come at you like the old Southern Belt church and scream, yell, or get angry with you about anything you do in your life. You see it is your life. Live it in whatever or however you care.

Now because of the way that I am, believe what I do, and not put my heartfelt emotions on you, the Muslim, the atheist, the Catholic, or otherwise, well because that is the way you are.

Please understand that having studied the Founding Generation, most of everything they and certainly the three generations before them did was predicated upon Judeo-Christian principles.

bible-on-standAnd as such the leadership at the time was greatly influenced by The Bible, and many of its precepts, when one reads the American Constitution today I say, it oozes of biblical precepts.

There are many references given to mass murder; or plain murder. There is a lot of information – set of rules, behaviors that are acceptable, and those behaviors that are not acceptable by God.

One of those is killing, murdering, slavery, or getting someone to do what it is that you will not do yourself. The killing of Coptic Christians or any Christian group of people, or any group of people is wrong.

How wrong is it for those with weapons killing Christian people: serious enough to postpone a vacation. Furthermore, being a United States veteran please understand that there were far too many things I had to do that I could have raised a storm over. The United States Army is the U.S. Army; when at their home one needs to follow their rules. However, just as a heads-up I would not be taking the Lord’s name in vain!



PS It is time to wake up Marylanders! He has been given his time and he has squandered that! Amnesty, the Affordable Care Act, and Deferred blah, blah, blah he’s all for it!

Weigh in! This guy has not done anything but spend your money and eating well.

Weigh in! This guy has not done anything but spend your money and eating well.

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Theodore “Teddy” Roosevelt



“In the first place, we should insist that if the immigrant who comes here in good faith becomes an American and assimilates himself to us, he shall be treated on an exact equality with everyone else, for it is an outrage to discriminate against any such man because of creed, or birthplace, or origin. But this is predicated upon the person’s becoming in every facet an American, and nothing but an American…There can be no divided allegiance here. Any man who says he is an American, but something else also, isn’t an American at all. We have room for but one flag, the American flag… We have room for but one language here, and that is the English language… and we have room for but one sole loyalty and that is a loyalty to the American people.”

Theodore Roosevelt 1907

All Things being Equal, it is Nothing more than the Law

As I have stated in the addendum of this article, what Theodore Roosevelt was stating was the facts as they stand now pursuant to the Immigration and Naturalization Act of 1868. Without too much adieu I would just love to show how this man did not use a phone or a pen to make sure that the law was abided by.

“In the first place,  if the immigrant who comes here in good faith becomes an American and assimilates himself to us.  He shall be treated on an exact equality with everyone else, for it is an outrage to discriminate against any such man because of creed, or birthplace, or origin.

Now Theodore Roosevelt puts some of his own trimmings on the law insofar as it was the  public policy of the fullest degree. “But this is predicated upon the person’s becoming in every facet an American, and nothing but an American…There can be no divided allegiance here.” Again we are confronted by the law itself the same as President’s Jefferson, Adams, Madison, Monroe, and within a short period of years, Lincoln would be saying it too.

Albeit where Roosevelt goes at this point is blatant rhetoric and is implied within the law as well, or more specifically contained within the acts and bills that led to the law itself. Actually around since America’s independence we find it of sincere meaning.

Any new immigrant to this nation has basically two precepts to perform. First, every president since General George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, and  James Madison are clearly on the record of stating something to the effect of loyalty to the country. Therefore, number one mission is loyalty to the U.S.A. Secondly, one must show respect for the U.S. Constitution and for the rule of law which ensures them the full enjoyment of liberty.

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La Raza CEO: ‘USA! USA!’ ‘Made Me Angry’

La Raza CEO: ‘USA! USA!’ Chants at Murrieta Protests ‘Made Me Angry’

La Raza President and CEO Janet Murguia said it sickened her to hear Americans against illegal immigration chanting “USA! USA!” at protests around the country.

Singling out the Murrieta demonstrators during her keynote address at La Raza’s annual conference in Los Angeles on Monday, Murguia accused them of having “cloaked their hatred in patriotism” by shouting “‘USA! USA!’ again and again.”

“It made me angry,” she said. “In fact, I was outraged.”

Murguia demanded that the estimated 11 million illegal immigrants who are currently here receive amnesty and said the road to the White House for Republicans goes through the Latino community and La Raza. She also said Republicans who want to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program or do not want to pass Comprehensive Amnesty Legislation will not get Hispanic votes. And she repeatedly claimed that protesting illegal immigration was “un-American.”

“What we saw in Murrieta is not patriotism,” she asserted. “It is ugly, divisive, and yet another low in a debate I thought could not get much lower.”


Our response published at FOX News and intended for education and Murguia:

This is the epitome of why we do not want to even consider “Comprehensive Amnesty Reform.” How the name got changed, or if it did officially, we would love to be very clear that this kind of anger mixed with frustration and hate are precisely the combination that leads wayward children and their parents to simply move on an assumption.

There are some very true feelings when one begins to get “outraged.” Allow me to simply itemize what I have noticed and why I would want every single illegal alien in my country to be deported back to where they came from.

It very much appears unfair, not to mention not abiding by laws when she hears Americans asserting their first amendment rights! What is wrong with that, I ask? When tens of thousands of illegal aliens decide to protest some weird ideology, what then, do you feel okay by that behavior?

la raza fistPersonally I am ashamed that Ms. Murguia would lower herself by using threats against future candidates with her mention of “the road to the White House” for Republicans goes through the Latino community and La Raza.

Oops! There is mistake number three (#3) for the hypocrite. Please take notice of the changes –she mentions the Latino community in one instance, then refers to La Raza obviously in order to establish that La Raza and Latino’s are not within the same community.

Moving on she states her true gut feelings about Republicans. It does not matter whatsoever what they do, I was appalled at the original legislation and the extension that is now in place. (I refer to DACA.)

Huge mistake number four (#4) with the simple utterance of Comprehensive Amnesty Legislation tells everyone where their heads are at. Number five (#5) where do Hispanics fall in the realm of La Raza? Finally, asserting that exercising one’s constitutional rights is “un-American” shows just how mean spirited and full of hate she and her organization are.

hat-tipSpecial thanks to Tony Lee who apparently writes over at Brietbart with the initial article. The response is of course from yours truly, me!





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Iraqi Christians that stretch back to the time of Jesus Christ

00058_christ_pantocrator_mosaic_hagia_sophia_656x800 (558x640)Iraqi Christians are begging for help from the civilized world after Mosul, the northern city where they have lived and worshiped for over 2,000 years, was purged of non-Muslims by the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS), the jihadist terror group that claims to have established its own nation in the region.

Assyrian Christians, including Chaldean and Syriac Catholics, Syriac Orthodox and followers of the Assyrian Church of the East have roots in present day Iraq, Turkey, Syria, and Iran that stretch back to the time of Jesus Christ.

While they have long been a minority and have faced persecution in the past, they had never been driven completely from their homes as has happened in Mosul under ISIS. The terror group ordered all to convert to Islam, pay a religious tax or face execution, many chose another option: flight.

Now given the plight of these people who face real discrimination and are forced with persecution, the situation sure makes almost a mockery out of asylum-seekers or refugees showing up at the U.S. southern border.

Furthermore history is quite clear about this tragic situation. Outside of the already mentioned groups we can only speculate about what religion was practiced before them; unless of course we look at the individual groups as sum parts of the whole – the Christian population as it now is practiced there.

Syriac Christian heritage is transmitted through various Neo Aramaic dialects (particularlySyriacChurch-Mosul the Syriac dialect of Mesopotamia) of old Aramaic. Unlike the Greek Christian culture, Assyrian culture borrowed much from early Rabbinic Judaism and Mesopotamian culture.

Recently in an interview Prime Minister Maliki of Iraq stated, “Speaking to the minorities, many who in fact are in neighboring countries including an estimated nearly 500,000 Assyrian Christians Maliki said I have a bias towards the Assyrian Christians. They are the indigenous people of our country and are our most nationalist and good people.”

Reacting to large numbers of refugees in neighboring countries, Maliki said, “We do not consider them refugees. They are displaced and we are doing all we can to create a situation where they can return. They are our responsibility and we do not need help from others to take them in – they will return home.”

Chaldean is a member of an ancient Semitic people that became dominant in Babylonia; it is also of scholarly research to ascribe them to a Hellenistic designation for a part of Babylon Chaldean Dynasty. The Semitic language of the Chaldeans.

It does seem rather evident that all of these groups (cultures, communities) originally came to where they are now when one considers the ancient history of Mesopotamia.

These people have been persecuted since their early excision from the Western branch of Christianity or those under Roman rule and protection. We believe that what is happening in Mosul, Iraq with these Christian people involves the United Nations and if they don’t act, an immediate calling of all Christians internationally should be in order.


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Imagine the Purge..!


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Coptic Cross

Imagine the Purge..!

What comes to your mind when you hear the word “purge”? Performing a random non-scientific empirical poll, we asked just that question. What took the number one (#1) spot for answers was Adolf Hitler and his unsympathetic genocide of a specified social, economic, and religious group of humankind. Many modern scholars believe his toll reached approximately seven million Jews. However, if we continued to reasonably adjust this mammoth toll scholars now at the finer places of homage and reality, like the Holocaust Survivor Museum, Washington D.C., we find that the real numbers are more like 13 to 15 million innocent while minding-their-own-business Jewish people.

Of the second spot, our volunteers were much more enthused primarily because when one looks at “genocide” in a dictionary our pollsters knew they were correct with the Hitler vote; however, we attributed that information to heinous educational facts, the “Greatest Generation” and just about anything remotely involved with the History Channel.

Ever slowly names began to roll in announcing their presence such as: Pol Pot of the Khmer 7453686Rouge, The Killing Fields in Cambodia (6 to 16 million), and before getting to far at this point our observations and research indicate that there has been a bonafide genocide in every aspect and corner of the world. Yet by far the deadliest and most egregious purges came from Josef Stalin of the Soviet Union and Mao Zedong of China. These two alone accounted for 40 million in Soviet Russia and at least 60 to 80 million in China.

7734681Now to the matters at hand, imagine if a fundamentalist Christian sect captured the French city of Lyon and began a systematic purge of Muslims. Their mosques were destroyed, their crescents defaced, the Koran burned and then all Muslims forced to flee or face execution. Such an event would be unthinkable today, and if it did occur Pope Francis and all other Christian leaders would denounce it and support efforts by governments to stop it.

Yet that is essentially what is happening in reverse now in Mosul, as the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham drives all signs of Christianity from the ancient city. Christians have lived in Mosul for nearly 2,000 years, but today they are reliving the Muslim religious wars of the Middle Ages.

As an American just think about the Islamophobia charges that one would face here pursuant to the rules of discrimination. CAIR, or the Council of American-Islamic Relations would be occupying every court in the land. Mind you, CAIR’s operating statement espouses:

The Council on American–Islamic Relations is a Muslim civil liberties advocacy organization that deals with civil advocacy.

What then can we say about the validity and integrity of this outfit? What is it that tries to provoke the “religion of peace” to bring such suffering on a people who just happened to live in the exact spot from where they are being massacred?


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Why Doesn’t the federal government ask the People about this..?

Why Doesn’t the federal government ask the People about this..?

congress moneyThere is a typical principle, almost as if those in the U.S. Legislature do not know what the outcome would be, and since it was for a time moral and quite a wonderful thing to do, however, to continue honoring that principle becomes a detriment to the homeland, we believe that t his is what Executive Orders were originally intended.

That is to get the legislative branch of government the necessary time to review the law, organize a solution, plan the enactment, and ensure enough time for the proper amendments or repealing of such. Please do not confuse this with Constitution changing because the Constitution is not being change one iota.

What is being changed are the acts and various bills that have been added on to the primary legislation. Hart-Celler Act of 1965. This legislation placed a heavy emphasis on family reunification, designating 74% of visas for that purpose. There was no limit on spouses, unmarried minor children, and parents of U.S. citizens. The percentages for family reunification were as follows: Unmarried adult children of U.S. citizens (20%), spouses and unmarried children of permanent residents aliens (20%), married children of U.S. citizens (10%), brothers and sisters of U.S. citizens over age 21 (24%).

These new visa preferences created a swell of new chain migration and immigration in general. The Third World began to outpace European immigration to America for the first time in history, surpassing it by the end of the 1960s and doubling the numbers of European migration by the end of the 1970s.

In reaction to the flood of new immigrants brought by the Hart-Celler Act, and increasing 636_Congress_moneynumbers of undocumented immigrants from Mexico and Latin America, Congress attempted to reverse the consequences of the 1965 legislation by enforcing border patrol, using amnesty for undocumented immigrants in the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, and proposing limits to family reunification policies. The effects of the ending the Bracero Program were increased undocumented Mexican migration because of the social capital gained during that period. Chain migration had provided relatively easy access to migration for Mexicans that the immigration legislation of the 1980s to the present has attempted to deal with.

Does not anyone out there in the U.S.A. have a twinkling or maybe just a pain in the wrong side of the body when one reads this information that clearly explains that since 1980 America knew of an illegal immigration program; yet, outside of doing the minimal effort Congress in Washington D.C., has done nothing about it?

Realize please that over a generation (30 plus) years have gone by and nothing has been done about chain migration which happens to be one of the largest instruments of law gouging known. Lest we remind anyone who cares that the latest ration of rubbish concerning chain migration is within the LGBT-Queer communities and subsequently their special interest groups.



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A Nation with Immigration Problems, have they ever asked us..?

originalThis much we do know concerning the Comprehensive Immigration Reform bill that is causing so much disdain and despair within the United States of America. What you are about to read illuminates the way in which most things are done in the U.S.A; however, it is clearly noted that this was NOT the way you or I learned the procedures, moreover, one could almost split a stitch in the sides laughing at the people who identify themselves as the Nation’s leaders. Without further adieu:

Do you remember a time in your life when the Party heads actually spoke to each other? Furthermore, is there a time when you can recall where members of the Republican, Democrat, Independent, and Tea Parties actually sat down at Happy Hour or Breakfast Brunch, literally discussed, and maybe put forth plans to end government gridlock and rhetoric?

The biggest things that separate our government on an individual basis is the all too common cliché of “are you with us, or, are you against us” that these days people are taking far too seriously their jobs and what impact they will have on history or their own personal legacy.

We will try and make this as easy as possible with brevity. Try to name one president that completely ignored the U.S. Constitution. Name one government politician who tried to ease around a corner of a law, or set things in motion that would assure his/her victory.
One needs to understand that the Constitution has had approximately four or more very significant alterations attempted sometimes successful while at other times not successful whatsoever.

Yet, to this day we still are electing or reelecting these very people who will do nothing shy to get their way. Let us share just a couple of these periods in history and you be the judge of the rightness or wrongness of the legislators. First one I can remember from study is when President Thomas Jefferson tried to re-establish the Alien and Sedition Acts.

Basically there were four independent bills that dealt with two bills intended for Alien acts deemed unworthy by the POTUS and gave the president the power to deport anyone or those who did not support the U.S. The Sedition acts were a completely different argument – primarily because they dealt with national security of the time and they were clearly supportive of speech against a sitting president.

Neither President Jefferson nor President Madison cared for that which was being written and said about them publicly. These acts had been primarily abolished by Congress in 1801. Obviously these laws were deemed unconstitutional because they limited free speech and also required a residency requirement of 14 years from 5 years which of course were repealed by Congress in 1802. (Read more :)

Please there are many issues that American taxpaying voters cannot figure out how these various acts done in complete yesteryear could even be found worthy of time before Congress. However, they must and for the next several posts we will continue to examine them and bring attention to them as well.

Is it morally ethical to grant a person who does not live in the United States the notion of Chain Migration? Chain Migration refers to the endless and often-snowballing chains of foreign nationals who are allowed to immigrate because the law allows citizens and lawful permanent residents to bring in their extended, non-nuclear family members.

We will also be looking at the Citizenship Clause of the 14th amendment. Birthright Citizenship is the practice of granting automatic citizenship to children born in the United States.

We will also analyze the notion of the visa lottery program was established in 1990 and awards approximately 50,000 permanent resident visas to foreign nationals by conducting a random lottery. And finally we need to establish correct language and protocol for refugees and asylum seekers into our nation. 

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FAIR-profile-white_270x270-150x150This is where myths, stories, and blatant regard for the truth takes a hit from the largest advocacy group that has been that way for more than thirty (30) years. The Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) brings all of its news and developments within the community of especially illegal immigration reform straight – so straight that it is well known for rebuking many of the reports that are filed by the United States.

Here are the five (5) pressing issues and matters currently with FAIR that I’ve promised I would publish for you. I have left them in a “Read more” because insofar as reading the individual articles there is not too much that has not been carried by this publication.

We encourage reading all of the articles – they were tremendously valuable to us – and we do hope you enjoy them.

1. Open-borders Advocates Shamelessly Exploit the Surge of Minors

The op-ed notes that laws, drafted with inordinate input from immigration lawyers and immigrant advocacy groups, have created judicial gridlock that works in favor of illegal aliens attempting to remain in the United States. Read more

2. According to internal memos and news reports, the main driver of illegal immigration continues to be economic motivations. Read more 

3. This Date in Obama’s Administrative Amnesty: July 14, 2010

On July 14, 2010, a week after suing the state of Arizona over S.B. 1070 for “interfering” with the enforcement of federal immigration law, the Obama Administration said it would not sue sanctuary cities. Read more 

4. FEMA’s Requirements for Unaccompanied Minor Shelters

Recently, FAIR obtained a copy of an email from NETWORK, a pro-amnesty Catholic organization, from the Federal Emergency Management Agency asking for suggestions for potential shelter locations. Read more
5. Could the Mainstream Media Be Waking Up?

Just a few months ago most of the major newspapers portrayed President Obama as the Deporter-in-Chief. The stories hyped flawed statistics claiming the president was inhumanely removing an unprecedented number of illegal aliens, despite factual evidence to the contrary. Read more


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Comprehensive immigration reform is dead

Comprehensive immigration reform is dead

obamaheadConservatives are outraged about the situation on the U.S.-Mexico border — so much so that it might even be harming the already-dim future prospects for comprehensive immigration reform.

Republican support for allowing undocumented immigrants to stay in the United States legally has dropped by 10 points since February, according to a new poll from the Pew Research Center.

While 64 percent of Republicans back then supported allowing immigrants to stay in the United States legally — a key aspect of comprehensive reform — only 54 percent do today. Support has also dropped for Democrats and independents, but by smaller margins.

The biggest drop in support for giving undocumented immigrants legal status was with tea party Republicans. In February, 56 percent thought undocumented immigrants should be allowed to stay if they met certain requirements. Now, only 41 percent agree with that statement.

Why does this matter? Well, the big hold-up in the whole immigration debate remains the
internal split in the GOP between party leaders who want to get something done and conservatives who are worried about granting “amnesty.” This poll suggests that split is close to 50-50 again — and the party couldn’t even get anything resolved when the legalization crowd was the clear majority.

We on the other hand suggest that it is in the way the entire “reform divination” has been and continues to be handled.

At The Contemplative Thinker we believe that this result will always be the net result as long as the POTUS is for some reason unable to work with both parties. As for this group of Americans we have witnessed an unconscionable amount of badgering and bashing one party for what? Wanting to see a truly reformed system enacted for the improvement of our United States.

After the first year when President Obama all but publicly uttered more mishaps, startedholder in contempt more scandals, and admitted that the “federal government has found immigration reform very ‘inactive’ from his perspective.” He continued in the same speech that he could understand how any administration would willingly leave this kind of work for another administration.

That’s the real story here — whatever is causing the intense feelings surrounding immigration on the anti-immigration side, it isn’t driven by an increase in crime or illegal immigration, or even inaction by the federal government.

Just so that we could illuminate that this “new surge” at our border was not something that just popped into the mind of a 5 year old child.

Goodness are you kidding for President?

Goodness are you kidding for President?

After Hillary Clinton said on Ecuadorian television that the Justice Department “will bring a lawsuit” against Arizona over its new immigration-enforcement bill, a senior official in the Obama administration confirmed her remarks and said the department was finishing building its case.

Earlier today the Justice Department said it was “continuing to review the law.” Quick change of heart, huh? This whole thing played out in typical Washington fashion: political leaders cautiously expressed “concern” and promised to “examine their options” for action, there was a leak, a denial , and finally, an admission (cue outrage from Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer ). Really, it was only a matter of time before the Justice Department announced it would be suing Arizona.

The Obama administration has been able to bide its time because the law doesn’t take effect until August, but Clinton’s admission put a stop to all the political hedging. If the law indeed went into effect a few months from now, it would…




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He is Ruining our Nation…

go with coverThe fight over how to process and care for masses of children from Central America who have crossed into this country is quickly becoming a spectacle of the obscene.

While the government tries to abide by the law as written and handle the children with as much care as any child would deserve, under any circumstances, the public continues to see images of angry adults’ intent on confronting buses full of minors.

Demonstrators in Murrieta, CA, forced buses carrying immigrants to turn back. A group in Oracle, Ariz., this week blocked a road to prevent a bus filled with immigrant children from making it to a temporary housing facility.

We are still staying as reserved as we can. But let us not be fooled or taken back by whatHolderbug
others may or may not be doing. This entire scenario has been has been repugnant since a considerable time before these children came to the “border looking to get in to a place that is better than where they have it.”

Before His Excellency Bill Gates or his crony, Warren Buffet, begin to cite the steps to a “Break the Immigration Reform Impasse.” I invite them, as well as Barack Obama and all his cronies and of course Cecilia Munoz, former head of the National Council of La Raza, who know holds a cabinet position within the Obama administration to sit back view this writing and get a grip on reality.
This writing is in response to the Opinion section of the New York Times where these gentlemen decided to weigh in with their version titled, “Breaking the Immigration Impasse.”

Now, one need not run to their local New York Times and read the article, because the article did not contain anything that would remotely slow down the raucous of what this “Reform” situation has boiled into.

NanSo that is where I want to start today. Given the three major principles in the Opinion write up, Messrs. Gates, Buffet, and Sheldon G. Adelson did not proclaim anything new; moreover, anything close to reform, Adelson, Buffett and Gates send a timely and important message to Congress to regulate the flow of immigrants coming to the United States.

Here is the sum total of their brilliance. They highlight the value to the United States that would come from revising two current policies to permit more liberal granting of visas and citizenship to graduates of American universities and people bringing with them substantial money to invest here.

It is interesting to note that our Founding Fathers had much the same let us get rich images Madisonscheme when it came to immigration. But how could we possible compare Gates to Thomas Jefferson, Buffett to George Mason, or Adelson to James Madison? We cannot; subsequently, although the Founder’s were on record as they discussed the wealth potential immigrants could bring they were nonetheless sane enough to write letters to each other as well as other Founding Fathers on how this would be the absolute worst thing any leadership could do.

Yet what the threesome did manage to do is make things simply worse. Are these gentlemen aware of the worst overstays or desertions within the visa tablature? That is right students overstaying their privileges to stay at American universities. And how is it that these gentlemen speak for thousands of graduates of American universities regarding a pathway to citizenship. News flash boys, not everyone wants to become an American citizen.

The only issue brought up that would sink them more than the first two would be their last recommendation. That would be bringing people with substantial money to invest here. Let us cut to the chase here – where is the wealth in Mexico, Central America, and Colombia, Brazil, and other areas of South America? We will go before you guys, the overwhelming amount of money you want invested in this country comes from the illicit drug trade.

WE THE PEOPLETrying to keep it shorter here gang, but I must make an attempt at getting this disgusting revelation out of my mind and shared with those who will take a special notice. A little child does not learn vocabulary say from 4 to 10 yrs of age whilst compiling a vast set of resourceful material. Therefore, academicians’ and scholars, know that a child who receives their precious amount of love from both parents, relatives, and friends do not notoriously want to leave their homes. Consequently, do these children even know what a refugee is or what an asylum seeker is?

We say an unequivocal “Nay” to this question. So then where do they learn it? Gee, when these children arrive at the U.S. Border they speak of amnesty, asylum, and being a refugee as if it was the only English words they know, and well might be. Same holds for arriving to a new country, massive aircraft flies them onward, huge buses take them to camps. And then we get irresponsible dead weight leaders, after telling Border Patrol agents and members of ICE to put em up for a few days the children see the money.





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