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i don't believe anyone is suggesting we could, however, given the opportunity for target practice, we could certainly reduce their numbers, substantially and without govt assistance.
You can't stop everyone from sneaking in over the border
like i said previously, you don't get out much, do ya ?
Most hispanics living in America are bi-lingual.
no, but i do often wonder why official/Obama speeches don't include a signer for the deaf.
I guess you feel seeing Spanish on a sign is a language problem.
that is a lie
Europeans didn't learn the language of the Natives, they killed them, oppressed them, and forced them to speak English.
however, what i said is reflective of the reality of the situation, not hate speech.
you don't like it ?
so, how was your burger ? and how many immigrants did you feed ?
no, i didn't say any such thing.
You are saying that you would gladly sit on the north side of the border and 'pick off' people
All you do is cry. You want to be some sort of a victim so bad. Get over yourself.
America has always had millions of illegals. I've never encountered a language problem. I guess you feel seeing Spanish on a sign is a language problem.
You should learn Spanish since you seem to be so emotionally involved in not understanding it.
Europeans didn't learn the language of the Natives, they killed them, oppressed them, and forced them to speak English. Try again.
this "Republic" that we live in is a descendant of the Holy Roman Empire,
The products of these unions were to be segregated at birth: officials would entrust the best children to nurses who lived in special buildings, while the children of the inferior, or any deformed infant, would be put away and never seen again. The parents would not know which were their children or vice versa, so that family ties would be replaced by those of community.
The single most important influence that shaped the founding of the United States comes from John Locke, a 17th century Englishman who redefined the nature of government. Although he agreed with Hobbes regarding the self-interested nature of humans, he was much more optimistic about their ability to use reason to avoid tyranny. In his Second Treatise of Government, Locke identified the basis of a legitimate government. According to Locke, a ruler gains authority through the consent of the governed. The duty of that government is to protect the natural rights of the people, which Locke believed to include life, liberty, and property. If the government should fail to protect these rights, its citizens would have the right to overthrow that government. This idea deeply influenced Thomas Jefferson as he drafted the Declaration of Independence.
His arguments concerning liberty and the social contract later influenced the written works of Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, Thomas Jefferson, and other Founding Fathers of the United States. In fact, one passage from the Second Treatise is reproduced verbatim in the Declaration of Independence, the reference to a "long train of abuses." Such was Locke's influence that Thomas Jefferson wrote: "Bacon, Locke and Newton... I consider them as the three greatest men that have ever lived, without any exception, and as having laid the foundation of those superstructures which have been raised in the Physical and Moral sciences". Today, most contemporary libertarians claim Locke as an influence.
In Chapter V of his Second Treatise, Locke argues that the individual ownership of goods and property is justified by the labour exerted to produce those goods or utilise property to produce goods beneficial to human society.
Are you aware that in Florida, in the deep south, where your kind of thinking is most pronounced