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I'm not an attorney - I'm what you call a 'restrictionist' and an infrequent letter writer to your publication. I often agree with with Mr. Murray's letters, sometimes agree with Mr. Utterback's letters, less often agree with Mr. Roberts' letters, and rarely if ever agree with any of Mr. Yang's letters.
I had a hearty belly laugh today when I read Mr. Murray's letter complaining about the quality of the aforementioned authors' letters, followed by letters from all three...
Regarding Jim Roberts' letter (07/24/08 ID): Thank you for your ability to see the realities of this illegal immigration hoax. Mr. Murray's letter (07/24/08 ID) tires of hearing truth, preferring a crutch system like alcoholics who want a web site dedicated to using each other for a wheelchair, feeling secure with a sympathy club fostering basically lies. They need each others support in deflecting the truth. And I truly appreciate Mr. Yang's letter (07/24/08 ID) as I believe it never answers the question as to what is going to happen to the millions of working Americans, young people who have little to look forwards to with a country that offers nothing but taking the jobs overseas to India, China, Columbia. Then too we have 80% of U.S. citizens who have all their money extracted from their home equity, their retirement plans and they will work until they drop. The question again and again is, in the face of u.s. taxpayers dollars supporting non citizens welfare, education, hospitals filing bankruptcy, and basically the tax base being eradicated that gives illegals jobs, also robbing the very tax base of the funds that school their children, their trips to the emergency rooms, who is going to pick up the tax tab when the tax base is gone. I appreciate Mr. Yang's letter's hard line and it has shown me the fallacy of the whole situation. Again and again I ask, whose going to make up the tax base for all these services your illegals suck up on, and how is it when your
illegal children along with millions of American citizens cannot find work, because the jobs are all located in India, Mexico, China are you going to have the society you envision. That's impossible.
All we're doing (collectively) is becoming a third world country.
In reference to ID's comment (7/24/08 ID) and D. Murrays letter (7/24/08 ID), the
former states that: "business will be at the table when immigration
benefits are negotiated". Apparently, the proverbial "smoke filled back
room" where deals are made has no room or interest in hearing the views
of the citizen whose country it is. Why is it that so many immigration
attorney's want to squelch the voice of the citizen? I think we know the
answer. To better secure special benefits for themselves at citizen's
expense. So DM's elitist letter is tired of
hearing about God and from citizens. That is exactly what is needed in
this debate, to the chagrin of the special interests. It would appear
that God tires of us as well: "If any man among you seemeth to be wise
in this world, let him become a fool that he may be wise. For the wisdom
of this world is foolishness with God" ( I Cor. 3:18-20). The letter
would no doubt call Paul Revere an alarmist using "scare tactics" and
would prefer the exclusive use of the "bully pulpit" for it's frequent
"personal opinions" which are rarely "documented". Frankly, this topic
is too important to be left to those with: "direct experience in the
field of immigration law" as their views are too narrow and
self-serving. If there is anyone that is "tired", it is the owners of
this nation who are weary of being left out of the debate which affects
their lives in every way. What utter, petty arrogance to write: "quiet
your keyboard". The words of Mencken are appropriate: "No country or people can
be free and ignorant at the same time". If the DM letter has found
nothing, "constructive, humorous or intellectual" in recent letters, it
clearly is in the latter category.
Jim Roberts' letter (7/24/08 ID) accused my letter of being pro global corporations and globalists' interests, which is absolutely not true. Talking about the "bottom lines", who don't look for best deals anyway here? I doubt any restrictionists are willing to pay 2-3 times extra just to buy made in USA products compared the similar ones made in others but much cheaper. Everyone is looking for bargain, even the restrictionists themselves, otherwise they're just being hypocrite and in self denial about it. We're growing to be more into self service society, because we want it anyway to save few bucks, in air travel, lodging etc, businesses are only fulfilling what we want and ask for, we want cheaper price so book anything and do the "paperwork" ourselves over the internet or automated kiosks and vending machines.
I wrote my letters without any pun intended, they're only wake up alarm and my apology that I wrote so much inconvenient truth but the truth that offend many here. So far we always take things for granted just because we're born as Americans, and so far we have been so selfish by denying the rights of others to survive and seek better life and happiness but not for ourselves and our immigrant ancestors in the past, and yet we dare to preach about faiths etc, which is quite contradictory. I have made my points clear. Competition is here to exist and stay, be it locally or globally. Losers that don't like it are welcome to exile themselves or shoot themselves for good, once again no pun intended.
It is time that the 12-20 million illegal aliens come out of the shadows. I suggest that first they are located then detained then deported. They have overburdened our health care and education system while ignoring the rule of law and demanding amnesty in our streets while waving foreign flags. Most don't learn English and even less care to wait their turn for a piece of the American dream. I will personally hold the door for them at the border.
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