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Re: Biden: U.S. needs ‘constant, unrelenting stream’ of immi

Postby Brooke » Fri Jun 13, 2014 2:19 pm

Parrotpaul wrote: Automation may well take care of that pesky problem. But until that happens, and there are jobs to be had, they will come.


Yes, they will and they have by the millions. But, what do you think of presidents who invite illegals here? Shouldn't they be protecting the U.S. from foreign invaders rather than inviting them to come here? What are your thoughts on that?

And what about American workers who must compete against them? Do you have any compassion for their struggles considering they must stand by and watch the jobs they want being taken by foreign criminals who are willing to work for less money and slave conditions in some cases? What about them and what it does to our society?


Who in their right mind uses a welcome sign to mean people who would come into their home uninvited, paid by their neighbors who are using their illegal labor, overrun the neighborhood, and refuse to leave?

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Re: Biden: U.S. needs ‘constant, unrelenting stream’ of immi

Postby Brooke » Fri Jun 13, 2014 2:37 pm

John, birthrates have been shrinking for native born Americans, but the influx of illegal aliens and legal immigrants has taken care of that and is responsible for rampant population growth.

The U.S. brings in over one million legal immigrants per year and has for a long time.

If you are in favor of filling up the country with concrete and people then Biden's plan is for you, but most Americans don't want that. They want to maintain what makes this country different and a great place to live.

Filling up the country with people means less access to open space, something that Americans have always taken for granted. When I lived in Canada and Japan that access was denied. Incredible as it may sound, but I was confined in Canada because the city I lived in was crowded and the highway system so limited it was almost impossible to go anywhere that was outside the city and enjoy just being outdoors.

Japan was a mess of millions of people sitting in traffic jams, not only week days, but week-ends as well. Many Japanese commute by train or subway so the only time they drove their cars was on week-ends and the common scenario was to pile the family in the car and then sit in traffic for hours trying to get to a department store.

That kind of life is torturous for people who are used to moving around freely and breathing fresh air. The Japanese are used to it and have no choice but to accept it. If Americans choose that kind of future for the United States they are insane.

This is a true story. We had bought a new SUV in Japan and we wanted to go to the western side of Japan for the day and we accidentally turned off the wrong ramp on the freeway. The traffic was bumper to bumper as usual so we had no choice but to continue on and we instead went to the north. Had we turned around it would have been hours trying to get back to the place we should have been to take the proper off ramp.

Have you ever had that kind of frustration? Literally being trapped with no reasonable freedom of movement? That is what it is like living among millions of people. And the air is always dirty. Some days warnings were broadcast by neighborhood alarms and announcements that people should stay indoors because the air was dangerous to breathe.

Oh yeah, and getting back home was just as bad.
Who in their right mind uses a welcome sign to mean people who would come into their home uninvited, paid by their neighbors who are using their illegal labor, overrun the neighborhood, and refuse to leave?

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