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You know what they say: It's hard to have a history if you aren't given the chance to have one.
Seems really short sighted. Considering the how little native born Americans are bringing to the table, our skill jobs such as engineers and the higher level teaching fields are all going to immigrants. Also what makes you think that these unskilled immigrants have less? They work harder than the average american, and are willing to do more to succeed.
Platitudes atop platitudes.
By that logic, we should be expelling American citizens left and right.
That last sentence is an outright lie.
That's cool by me.
Golden is better then Jimbo... I feared it was true. He is going to hoist a crystal ball there - fsufsu
Look, we get it, you want to roll the clock back to the mid-1800s and hope nothing ever changes. But that does the world no good. None.
What the logic that modern day America doesn't need low skilled workers because the ones we currently have can't even find jobs? Yes, flawed logic indeed. lol.
You aren't even making sense. What does moving forward have to do with the Swedes, or anyone, losing their own country?
Because they're not "losing" anything. You have this preconceived notion that the way Swedish culture is RIGHT NOW is the way it HAS ALWAYS BEEN and SHOULD ALWAYS BE. The former is blatantly false; tracking the progression of European culture is pretty damn easy. As for the latter, who are they "losing it" to? Does bringing in new ideas and new culture, thus contributing to the evolution of your society, somehow equate to "losing" it? What kind of logic is that?
Well, if we're expelling citizens who aren't good for anything, you have to imagine the Miami football team would be on one of the first boats out...
Illegals work incredibly low paying jobs in near abominable conditions. Consider how little youth in the US work to pay for their own things let alone work for them without living off their parents I'd say illegals work hard.
In all fairness, TroyTide probably doesn't know what hard work is, so...
There wouldn't be much Americans left, we aren't good for much today other than yelling get off our lawn to the next generation.
Well that's a stretch I believe he understands hard work, just doesn't believe that illegals do it. Wasn't it just 1-2 years ago that illegals boycotted picking tomatoes in Georgia and the whole US tomato market collapsed because no one would pick it, costing Americans millions of dollars.
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Sounds like you have a problem with humanity more so than American immigration policy.
Says the lawyer.
To an extent I do believe that. But in this case immigration policy is a product of said problem.
I can't do this anymore.
That actually brings up an interesting point: What careers do we consider as "hard work" in 2013?
Ah, right, I forgot, law school was a cake walk.
Does a liberal do it? Not hard work.
I find people put a premium on physically demanding work as "hard work" but intellectually demanding work is "easy." Seems weird to me.
I'm also perplexed by the the jokes about what time people get up as it pertains to the difficulty of their job. My work day starts at 10 a.m. (10-6, no official lunch break 'cause we work from home) so I don't wake up until 9 a.m., but I regularly am up until midnight+ with deadlines and such. But how early you get up seems to dictate people's respect for your job. Also seems weird to me.
You are right, perverting the law to make a point day in, and day out, must be exhausting. ;)
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