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Originally posted by mattifikation
I am not doubting the technology of Iran's missiles. I'm just not doubting American technology either. In the end I think it will come down to Iran having slightly better technology,
Originally posted by centurion1211
Again, you're trying to balance the actions of one person, or a very few against the opposite actions of millions and you try to say it balances. Not hardly.
Besides, what was her problem? Did she want us to bend our laws over backwards to suit her "needs", like letting her wear a veil for her drivers license photo, or something?
Sorry, but when you come to the U.S. to live you come here to become us, not to maintain your past and put "I love iran", (or whatever country) bumper stickers on your vehicle.
Multi-ethnicity - Yes! Multi-culturalism - No!
Originally posted by BitRaiser
No. She wanted (dared to want?) to work in IT without being treated like a second class citizen for having an accent and/or being female.
Ah, now we see.
What happened to the noble idea of "the great melting pot" where people share each other's cultures, learn from and enrich each other in the process?