posted on Apr, 17 2008 @ 06:37 PM
By the government, who in all are excluded as being a ppl and/or discriminated against as being a ppl?
I'd say the mentally ill are excluded for a sure discrimination while the convicted criminals are included while discrimination against them is
encouraged. They come to mind first though surely there are many more. Have any of you knew of any others?
I know by those with something in common (men, women, children; followers of a leader or religion; those of a particular group, company, or number)
there are they that are included as being a ppl, though not all are guarded by the law against unfair discrimination yet.
By law race, gender, and creed are as groups with law passed so that you should not be discriminated against because of any of them. Shouldnt the law
extend to the full definition to ppl though, so that no body is left to be discriminated against?
Some ppl are discriminated against by being a citizen to their own country by settling foreigners who obtained legal citizenship.
Those with something in common have to be first recognized and secondly reguarded by the government. You're not discriminated against because of your
race, gender, or creed, but you may be discriminated against by another group you belong under such as if you're of the mentally ill, the convicted
criminals, the hip-hop/rap culture, the smokers, the obese, the etc. The government aint so slick. It's obviously encouraging discrimination outside
race, gender, and creed as if all else is fair. Right now we should all have the power to put other groups as a ppl that have been noticed to be
discriminated against unfairly on the map of what things should be given legal guard by law against discrimination within the country. So get word
to Congress on down to the candidates at hand. If they are true to want change, then they should have no problem with such.
By "we the ppl" is it only including citizenship? And/or is it including race, gender, and creed which got a form of legal guard against
discrimination? What in all actually?