Those voting against the "ilegals" are doing grwat -- they use them for cheap(beliow legal minwage) in their farms or estates
I say there's a core set of costs that are must haves for everyone to participate in, federally, (national defense, of course, & minimally required amnounts to operate the government itself
& for rasises for pols -- they can propose a raise bill, but it only goes after the next election, so if it's a bad move, the voters can directly respond to it.
I mean, for you & me, raises go with merits & proven value to the boss. Why should these yutzes be excepted?
it's simpler to man up & take personal responsibilty
& if they can';t find any, they're not averse to making some thing up out of whole cloth, or to manipulate people or events so as to make them more newsworthy.
They've madesome errors, like people pointing out how the big crowd had du8plicate groups of people pasted in here & there. Or when shadows indicate the stated time is incorrect.
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Those voting against the "ilegals" are doing grwat -- they use them forPeople will always try and find the cheapest labour available. (Now if someone has needed skills, talents, etc that's another story). But for mundane dirty work its those who will work for less.
cheap(beliow legal minwage) in their farms or estates
In the South, and to to some extent in the north, at one time it was
slavery for blacks and indentured servants for white's. With indentured workers
after a period of time they were free, unlike slaves.
While the South kept slaves, the north (who also had slaves) had waves of immigrants over the years (the Irish, the Italians, Eastern Europeans, etc) who gladly worked for next to nothing since it was better than nothing and better than where they left.
Those are now replaced by illegals from the southern border.
The Irish, etc were all legal though and not comparing them to illegals.
And I am of a mixed mind about term limits.
In the abstract we have term limits every two, four and six years were we vote the bad ones out. The trouble is after an election or two they are the only ones the voters know about and after giving out "free money" one way or another to the voters keeps t
I was talking to a coworker the other day who getting a weekly Covid
test "because its free". I told him no it wasn't, his tax money is paying for
it. He never thought of it that way. ==sigh==
it's simpler to man up & take personal responsibiltyAgain, totally concur.
I am no more responsible for what my ancestors may or may not have done,
than some kid in Germany or Japan is responsible for WWII.
& if they can';t find any, they're not averse to making some thing up out ofwhole cloth, or to manipulate people or events so as to make them more newsworthy.
And when found out they drop that like it never happened.
Its like Emily Latella on the old Saturday Night Live show in the '70s,
when it was funny.
Gilda Radner played this frumpy old woman who was upset about something
and when found she didn't know what she was talking about would reply, "Never mind". And the media simply moves on to something else.
for a couple of her comments.
They've madesome errors, like people pointing out how the big crowd hadthe stated time is incorrect.
du8plicate groups of people pasted in here & there. Or when shadows indicate
I am reminded of a live remote stand up of a reporter talking about a big flood somewhere, all sorts of problems and such, how terrible it was and in the background a man walks past and the water is only about ankle deep.
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