posted on Jul, 20 2014 @ 12:38 AM
And we can promise you that along with any good folks coming here, there will also be bad. We have had too many murderers, pedophiles, thieves waltz
over the border or over stay a visa.
There are bad apples within humanity in general. It's inevitable. A few bad ones don't necessarily out weigh the good ones. This happens just as
much within the legal citizens in the U.S.
Gang members were amongst some of the kids and were trying to recruit other kids and we all know how much damage they can cause.
Gangs have been in the country for decades. You'll find that in most countries. Many have different nationalities. You have Russian mobs, Japanese
Yakuza, Bloods/Crips, various motorcycle gangs, Italian mobs/mafias, and the list goes on and on. And among these organized criminal groups there are
ones who came here legally. Or who we birthed by immigrants.
They are quite a threat to those with diabetes, cancer etc. who have weakened immune systems.
Diseases and illnesses are always around. Keeping out immigrants isn't going to do anything. The only way to be 100% safe from this is to live a
completely sterile life. The disease scapegoat only seems to be fueled by the NIMBY hysteria.
Tell our homeless and hungry just how prosperous they are. We have been helping illegals for too many years while ignoring the plight of our own
desperately poor people
I agree people such as homeless and veterans haven't been getting the greatest of treatment. Though there are citizens who abuse their government
assistance. And use it very unwisely. It angers me just as much when I see this happen.
An example of this is me witnessing people day in and day out use food stamp cards and mainly buying most commonly sugar-packed beverages such as
sodas and energy drinks, as well as candy/chocolate. Those two main categories of items within food are with out a doubt the most occurring I see when
those cards are used. I even rang out a woman who bought cigarettes with a food stamp cash card about 5 hours ago while I was at work.
Every single person I've seen use these cards do not look like their starving at all. The majority would actually be considered over weight or maybe
even obese. I understand people want these items, but I see it in excessive amounts frequently.
But don't take my frustration as a sign that these services shouldn't exist. I do see people who use these things wisely and reasonably. And I think
government should lend a hand to it's citizens from time to time. There are loads of people on government assistance at the moment. And there are
quite a few who take advantage of it. Just because they're legal Americans doesn't mean I'd love to have to pay my taxes for them in all cases.