Originally posted by ThePublicEnemyNo1
Although I get what you're saying....water is not plentiful where I live. As a matter of fact, we can not use our sprinklers or water outdoors during
the hours of 8am-5pm Monday thru Saturday in my city. The entire state of California has some sort of ordinance in place on the use of water and has
maintained this for years now. it just depends on where you live...what city and county. There's soon to be an ordinance on electric consumption as
If I get caught running my water outside I get an incredible fine. Also, until you personally live here for more than a couple of years and actually
witness the mess we're all in, I'd take a second guess if I were you at assuming good stuff is so plentiful in the US, because I can promise you it
I would never pass judgement or make an assumption about what goes on some where I do not reside.
I saw your last post and decline to comment. I don't owe you any sort of collaboration about what is going on in the USA nor will I collaborate.
Since you're so interested, why don't you move down here and experience it first hand or do some reading instead of being condescending and
argumentative? Have you ever tried to find out what your "Fellow" countrymen are "BSing" about. Maybe you should do that first. Worry about your
homeland and how the intrusion of illegal immigrants can affect your pockets and get out of mine.
Like my grandmother used to tell me, "Never argue with a fool"
edit on 10/10/11 by ThePublicEnemyNo1 because: (no reason given)
That has nothing to do with illegal immigration. You can kick out every illegal alien in Cali and the problem will still remain. It has everything to
do with too many people on the water table period. Kick over half your population out and you might get somewhere.
I don't get why you guys are blaming illegals for every problem you have. Your system requires such labor. It's cheap labor and it keeps prices low.
All the politicians are doing is playing your nativist feelings like a fiddle while hiring illegal nannies for their kids.
As for the Fed's not taking care of the problem, deportations are at an all time high and according to most of the mexican's I know (all legal), it
is exceedingly difficult to get across the border now. Many illegal's have left of their own accord due to a lack of work.
I always laugh at these threads though, all the indignant posturing about the "law" when most of you break about 10 laws a day. Really, don't let
me get in the way of your blamefest though.