“Perhaps you should do some reading hint: it's also on the Whitehouse.gov. They said the number is misleading but what thy did not say that they were not number 1 in deportation. That fact is also all over the Internet. Get a clue!”
Anon Huffy on Mar 14, 2014 at 02:39:25
“Well, if it's on the internet it must be true! Yelp, I'm totally the one who needs to grab a clue!
I love your denial. Do you still think that's rain from Obama? Cause it's hilarious that you're drinking it likes it water, and you're enjoying yourself!”
“Voters are informed. They have reasons for voting for the GOP. If the vote Democrat, they are in danger of losing their privilege status. Also they clearly know the GOP is and will always be the Good Old Boys club where nothing is fair...trust me, no matter what the GOP does, they will vote for them just to keep their status. Most Democrats will distribute fairly and they know it.”
thirdcoast75 on Mar 17, 2014 at 08:42:22
“I would respectfully disagree. If you ask people, those who vote with either party, to give you specific reasons why they voted or will vote for a candidate, most would not know the candidate's record, nor would they be able to name a bill the person sponsored, if any. Too many people are tuned in to what they see on television or hear on the radio. Not enough or checking public records to see the specifics of what has been done on a local level.”
“How can that be when he has deported more illegals than any other president. Get some sense.”
Anon Huffy on Mar 14, 2014 at 00:55:23
“Perhaps you should do some research before humiliating yourself. Obama himself admitted the numbers are misleading. Hint: it's on whitehouse.gov. The head of homeland security just testified saying the numbers are misleading and no, they aren't deporting like it's implied they are.
So, I'd say get some sense, but that's obviously way too much to suggest since you can't even read.”
“It's too late for that now. America should have stood up a ling time ago. If we don't accept what the corporations want, they will get the job done in other countries. What we have to do is stop buying the products.”
Alan D Wallace on Jan 4, 2014 at 12:42:25
“"What we have to do is stop buying the products."
Ironically, it is the corporations themselves who are making sure that day will come. With more and more jobs outsourced to third-world countries or turned over to machines, and stagnant and/or shrinking wages and disappearing benefit/pension packages, it won't be long now before the CEO's and their families are the only ones left who can afford to buy anything other than rent and food.
With only a few thousand left who can afford their goods or services, the corporations are going to be drying up pretty quickly. This nation won't be able to support more than one fast food chain, more than one car company, more than one grocery or department store chain.
The "haves" are pricing themselves right out of business. "Pay the least you can - charge the most you can" is not a sound business model if across-the-board corporate longevity is the goal.”
“Where did you come from. It's the Buddy Buddy system in the white world. There are many whites that are not qualified for many jobs. What ship did you sail to America on, the European one is my guess.”
anthonyparker80 on Jan 6, 2014 at 09:29:58
“Honestly, if all white people participated in the buddy system, where did all the poor ones come from ?
My ancestors were sailed here from Africa in chains as slaves. I am as pro-black as a person can get...however, I can't be pro-black and support the same racism that hurt my people....its a very hard lesson to swallow my friend, but we have to look at the example of Madiba ( Mandela )”