|Quoting Boeing717200 (Reply 73):|
Why is it okay for some people to take advantage of us?
|Quoting seb146 (Reply 147):|
What Trump did is genius and scary at the same time: he managed to put several nationalities under one umbrella and under one label and get the right to hate a bunch of people with no knowledge of anything.
|Quoting StarAC17 (Reply 146):|
Mexico is complicit in sending rapists, murderers and drug dealers to the US because they don't want to deal with them.
In all the years I lived in the US, as a Mexican legal immigrant, I did not rape anybody, nor dealt any drugs. As a matter of fact, the companies I worked with, petitioned the immigration authorities and PAID for all the paperwork so I could WORK for them, doing a job they could not find an AMERICAN qualified to do it. Nor do I recall having any rapists or drug dealers among my Mexican friends.
Mexico does not send as a policy, undesirable people abroad, as Cuba did, with the "Marielitos" in the 80s, which both Rubio and Trump conveniently forget.
Illegal and legal immigrants, as from last year, are in the majority Asian, not Mexican. I wonder why Trump and many others, including posters here, want to make it about Mexico. It really points to an open agenda full of xenophobia, hate and racism to gain votes of people any decent, white, American presidential candidate would loath to have among their followers. And it seems many are here on a.net
I really could care less. Canada, the US and Mexico are so integrated now, they are a single economy. Trying to pull the stupid stunts Trump and others are advocating speak to both their ignorance, the ignorance of the people that like them and the danger to the entire US economy of shooting themselves in the foot. The US economy will hurt BADLY if a single one of Trump´s ideas is even considered to be implemented.
|Quoting AA7295 (Reply 148):|
And just when we thought that the law just for illegals? Pregnant Chinese tourists are heading to the US to give their children US citizenship.
You really ought to quit it. Both in the thread you started a couple of years ago and in this one you ignore the facts and keep stirring the pot on issues that have more to do with xenophobia, racism and hate, than actual facts. And if you don´t like those three words, too bad.
You now bring into the discussion as a big "OOOOOOHHHH SEE NOW?" the issue of the Chinese coming to the US to give birth. What point are you trying to make? Did the discussion with Mexicans as the main threat got old so now you bring in the Chinese? Shameful.
Are you expecting only the Plymouth pilgrims to come to the US? Are they the only ones that are desirable? Too bad. They disappeared a few centuries ago. And newsflash: White Americans are the minority now in California. Hispanics are now the majority. Within the next couple of years that will happen in Texas too. I hope they teach Spanish and Chinese in Australia, and unless you and Trump plan on a PROGROM of legal Amercian citizens of Mexican and Latino descent, and now your new pet ethnic peeve, the Chinese, you need to start educating yourself on the new social and ethnic composition of the US for the coming decades.
|Quoting AA7295 (Thread starter):|
A few years ago I opened this thread: Should The US End Birthright Citizenship? (by AA7295 Nov 27 2012 in Non Aviation)
|Quoting AA7295 (Thread starter):|
I still standby my opinion that in the ever increasing global reach of humanity combined with IRS' ridiculous MO to tax citizens outside the US, that birthright citizenship is unnecessary and only serves a purpose of abuse.
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