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Re: Keep the DREAMers, Build the Wall?
Reply #10 - Jan 7th, 2018 at 11:00am
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Sicklers Dink wrote on Jan 7th, 2018 at 12:02am:
Your evil extremist wishes will never become reality. There are still enough decent people in the US to stop haters like you.


You definition of a decent person being one who will stand up for the rights of illegal aliens to collect welfare checks and send the money to their grandmothers in Mexico?

By that definition, there are very few Americans who are decent. 


  

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Re: Keep the DREAMers, Build the Wall?
Reply #11 - Jan 7th, 2018 at 12:32pm
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SnarkySack wrote on Jan 7th, 2018 at 11:00am:
You definition of a decent person being one who will stand up for the rights of illegal aliens to collect welfare checks and send the money to their grandmothers in Mexico?

By that definition, there are very few Americans who are decent. 




People who were employed in the US and lost their employment have a right to state welfare. Your country the US has an obligation to those people after they have served in employment in the US.

Then when they get their cheque, it's nobody's business how they spend it.

There are circumstances that might make that not true in a very limited number of cases.

The US needs to start contributing to helping people in poverty even when there's no military benefit to the US. That's what the rest of the world does as if it's a natural obligation.
  
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Re: Keep the DREAMers, Build the Wall?
Reply #12 - Jan 7th, 2018 at 4:14pm
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Sicklers Dink wrote on Jan 7th, 2018 at 12:32pm:
People who were employed in the US and lost their employment have a right to state welfare. Your country the US has an obligation to those people after they have served in employment in the US.
No, they don't have a "right" to state welfare.  No one does, but especially not someone who is in your country illegally in the first place.  Your country has no obligation to provide money to a person because he got laid off from the job he stole from a citizen of your country.
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The US needs to start contributing to helping people in poverty even when there's no military benefit to the US. That's what the rest of the world does as if it's a natural obligation.


If the rest of the world helps the poor, that is the US helping the poor because the rest of the world lives off of our generosity and protection. 

  

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Re: Keep the DREAMers, Build the Wall?
Reply #13 - Jan 8th, 2018 at 12:56pm
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SnarkySack wrote on Jan 7th, 2018 at 4:14pm:
No, they don't have a "right" to state welfare.  No one does, but especially not someone who is in your country illegally in the first place.  Your country has no obligation to provide money to a person because he got laid off from the job he stole from a citizen of your country.


If the rest of the world helps the poor, that is the US helping the poor because the rest of the world lives off of our generosity and protection. 



I don't expect that Americans are going to accept my theories on the US's purpose being fulfilled by it's participation in the UN and Nato. That would have to be too big of a step to take for patriotic people.

But we can watch the process at the UN right now on Iran and Nikki Haley making an ass of herself and her country.

And we have plenty of examples of the US needing to overstep the authority of the UN and then resort to Nato's legitimizing it's wars.

The only important question on the issue of the US's complaining about the UN and Nato members not paying up is, has the US quit either yet, and is there any indication that it will?

Keep us informed of that progress burnsred!
  
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