Visas, Immigration, Illegal Immigration, Population Control, Wars, Religions, and Discrimination

Visas, Immigration, Illegal Immigration, Population Control, Wars, Religions, and Discrimination

As faimagesCAJK81ZEr as we see it – “it” being the operative word for the conditions currently going on in the United States – and seriously asking ourselves, “How good for us is all the squabbling.”  I’m not the first person to wonder about the rubbish we, as a nation, have gotten ourselves into; however, I would like to be ahead in the line of who it is that is trying with due-diligence to stop and get out of” it.”

And I will openly admit that I feel that the mainstream media has a firm foothold on how public policy and how American awareness feels about it. Therefore please, allow me to ask you a question and just hopefully we’ll get some responses to this question: “America is in trouble, what we can do to help our current government end this trouble?”

Just some fundamentals for us. Should the government (for whatever reason) continue to have a free give away Diversity Lottery on visas for 80,000 or more people per year?

In this article, it should be made known that at least 50% of all legal immigrants coming to America are awarded entitlements as at their arrival? What does good moral character mean? Do you feel as though so kind of legislation should be made prohibiting these individuals from gaining access to the USA?

And this entire notion of while a person is here in the USA while visiting from Russia, Iran, or Mexico, or anywhere for that matter, who goes into labor gives birth and WHAM! They have got a US citizen in their hands, which in turn makes every member of that child’s family or extended family worthy of receiving entitlements? Is that fair?

Now as for Senator’s: Schumer, Rubio, Graham, McCain, Flake, Durbin, Menendez, and Bennett commonly referred to as The Gang of Eight collectively these 8 senators wrote the first draft of the Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigration Modernization Act of 2013, commonly known as “the immigration bill.” As we already know, the House didn’t even look at the Bill so it was basically debunked on release. Did the USA need another Sub-Committee?

scalesDo we need to reevaluate the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965 to regain control of our country? Currently, that act is viewed by most not as lifting the limits of immigrants from certain countries as much as with the Kennedy backing it is viewed now to be an act of civil rights legislation and those rights for potential immigrants. From the act itself”

  • It created a seven-category preference system, which gave priority to relatives of U.S. citizens and legal permanent residents and to professionals and other individuals with specialized skills.
  • Immediate relatives and “special immigrants” were not subject to numerical restrictions. Some of the “special immigrants” include ministers, former employees of the U.S. government, foreign medical graduates, among others.
  • It added a labor certification requirement, which dictated that the Secretary of Labor needed to certify labor shortages.
  • Refugees were given the seventh and last category preference with the possibility of adjusting their status. However, refugees could enter the United States through other means as well like those seeking temporary asylum. How much has this notion changed?

Even if America is the land of opportunity why do politicians feel it’s necessary to spread that opportunity immediately?

CLOUD finger-illusionsDid you understand what the leader of Iraq meant when he stated, “Death to America and Israel”? Why is it so important to give visas to people who disagree with our way of life? This is confusing to me. “Let their blood run down the streets” is something we hear, beheading innocent individuals is just another thing we see. How long will it be until America shows the fortitude it once had?

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Has Anyone even taken into Consideration..?

Has Anyone even taken into Consideration..?

King What it is that I am referring to is the inadvertent (we hope) mistake of reenactment of the peculiar institution that although was prevalent in the Southern portion of the USA, nonetheless of reparations, welfare reform after reform, making societal changes, and as ugly as it is — has anyone seen the new proposal document released by the Black Lives Matter movement?

I do hope that nobody reading this article assumes for an instant that the colonists as well as the slave traders who virtually made and installed the peculiar institution could have found any humanitarian reason for it. Furthermore, the comment above about “and ugly as it was” has absolutely nothing whatsoever to do with the Black Lives Matter movements’ proposal document.

I would hope to think that every American — regardless of color, race, gender or societal standing would have already read the appropriate particulars (like anything in the form of Black history) to understand that what was done to that peculiar institution was Liarsabhorrently wrong.

Much the way I feel that Barack Obama’s handling of welfare reform — yes, regardless of data with regards to education and the Head Start disaster, he nonetheless over appropriated the amount and easiness for anyone to collect food stamps.

Which ties into the thesis of this article perfectly. Looking back through recorded time and history most blacks were brought to this country from Africa. Of course, this process lasted until those places where colonies of blacks were either being held, bought and sold or were being held captive in, were finally of age to bring them to the Southern plantations.

So inasmuch as illegal immigrants are concerned which the Pew Charitable Trust believes is holding around 11.8 million people; however, for the sake of an acute examination we believe it is fair to count the number of refugees and those who are seeking asylum from other nations as well are but the prologue to the next peculiar institution?

If one were to look at the depressed wages, or the lack of driver’s licenses, or utilizing proper documentation for the effective showing who, from where and what they are doing in this country.

scalesAt its utmost frailty, it does look as though the Democrat Party is enhancing a different prospective of the  peculiar institution. The biggest difference that is occurring at the present time — and some may debate and/or argue the difference of time, place and infringements done to the individuals really is an awkward point. However, looking at the true consideration as it now stands — we ask for your consideration and brain power:

  • It is ostensibly certain that illegal aliens will find some kind of government housing.
  • As well as some kind of work; it is of paramount importance that one realizes:
  • That there will always be a program (entitlement?) that will enhance someone to come:
  • Albeit, health care, unemployment, welfare, job corps, or aid to families with dependents:
  • In daycare, pregnancy leaves, new-born status care and the hope of citizenship
  • The Democrat Party will always have or find a way to accommodate anyone they can use.

Therefore, if anyone cares to read the first page of The Contemplative Thinker, there exist at least ten articles that will prove the point we are making.

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An Un-Healthy Discourse about Washington, DC

We need to bring a couple of issues to the forefront. One is the writing done previously about George Will; the other is how Congress and the main-stream media are blaming the Tea Party for the current easing on legislation regarding the debt ceiling.

In an exclusive interview at NewsMax.com, Ron Paul tells it like it is regarding who and what caused our debt crisis: however, right now all we’re dealing with in Washington is the blame game. Who’s at fault? Is it all Obama’s fault or is it something Republicans did in the past?

I think it’s what Republicans and Democrats and many, many administrations have done for a good many years — accepting the principles of central economic planning and a monetary system that encourages this type of behavior, as well as a foreign policy that gets us involved in these wars constantly. And they never seem to end.

That’s what the real problem is, and until we change that attitude I don’t see how we can get a handle on what’s happening.

Sadly, Congressman Paul has a prediction, a dire one. The republicans will cave … again because politically “it’s so difficult.” The results will be a dollar crisis. As for the political results for those republicans who vote for a debt increase? It will be “very very bad.” And so it should be.

The real cure? An across the board cut in spending. Amen.

Ever blunt, never the politician. Ron Paul gets my two thumbs up on this one. He is a regular “Mr. Smith Goes to Washington;” ostensibly a rare, honest, and courageous man.

I’m also at a point where I’m not that anxious to stay in the Congress right at this moment.”

Mitch McConnell, leader of the Senate Republicans, has proposed giving President Barack Obama the power to unilaterally raise the debt ceiling because the consequences of failing to raise it are too great.

Asked if that constitutes capitulating or is a good idea, Paul responds: “We are capitulating. I think it’s terrible. It should be Congress’ responsibility” and Congress should not give “this authority to the president to raise the debt limit.

Paul said he would vote against McConnell’s proposal “and any effort to raise the debt limit, because that’s been the problem. We just permit the Congress to spend and never do what they have to do, and that is cut back.”

How many friends can a person have?

This is the type of question that is worthy of sinking some teeth into – deep. While most people may consider friends differently than say acquaintances, or those we may befriend on any number of social networks, this is an astoundingly wonderful topic – especially if one has spent any time studying the stages of relational development or those who have had the benefit of a mentor or specific study in communication.