a reply to: TonyS
Well, any time coalition forces have hit IS hard we or an ally have been attacked... so the 90 days? It isn;t just about Muslim it is everyone coming
from and likely going to and planning return from those seven countries... muslim, christain, hindu, buddhist, all racial backgrounds. There are a ton
of illegals that have skipped immigration here on expired vistas and pass ports... is that fair to anyone taking the route of legal immigration hell
no; jumping line is never polite... so what's the big deal 90 days and ticking.
Reading the news? There has been some major advances in removing the stranglehold of IS... which means what? There is that increased chance of an
attack or a hit somewhere, not just the U.S. so avoiding another Boston etc? Not a bad thing to say hey; lets do something that should have occured at
the start of all of this.
There were a lot of high jackings prior to 9/11 yet still no locks on doors, no air marshalls etc. so not securing and leaving a hole... well allowed
what occured whether anyone believe it an inside job or not? Irrevelvant, because if measures were in place? From saying hey we keep getting
high-jacked maybe we should secure things? But waiting on government to force that because doing so would have cut into profits is what led to it to
keep happening until government had to step in and secure.
So when profit is the driving force? No one is thinking about the reprocussions; in not delivering the absolute best quality possible... it's cheap
fast and dirty. I don't have an issue with buying from China or any other country... but I want to buy one damned screw driver so that means extra for
quality not 20 of them surpassing the origional investment for what appears as a short term saving because they are inferior.
Of course it also isn't China's fault but hell they need to imploy people... so 7 billion screw drivers it is what it is... they know it isn't helping
their environment or resources or the worlds but since there is demand there is supply. Also manufacturing techniques and cost of labor do that...
everyone wants to put pride and quality into their work as any artisan but when it's demand demand demand? Quick cheap and dirty. Of course,
corporations compete globally and lowest bidder always gets the contracts and when it's profit driven and not about the quality delivered?
Then it turns into what it has... it's just the nature of cause and effect; foresight, a stitch in time saves 9. Of course as techniques have changed
the quality goes up... to the point where things are then branded and still made in those countries instead of where they originated, not a bad thing
when it elevates peoples quality of life... anywhere in the world. That's what globalization is; business wise... trade is how we have made friends
and partnerships since the silk road days. It is not only how we have come together... but is also how we have grown apart.
Seeing the impact of it becomes the hammer to judge the wrench in the entire system so it is fair and doesn't screw ayone.
Countries not providing their citizens industry, opportunity, or sharing their wealth... end up with a whole lot of people with a whole lot of nothing
but time on their hands... and in that time they say hey why are we have nots? A leader or puppet points: Them.