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  1. lbalch798 commented on Jim Morin 8 months ago

    Too bad the middle class believes that being rich means you’re smart. just ask Trump.
    By the way way they also died to protect you’re right not to vote. Being stupid, lazy, or just not caring is also your right.

  2. lbalch798 commented on Steve Breen 11 months ago

    Gee, I’ll bet it is easier to be a racist when you are denied equal oppertunity by a society run by the race you hate. Although it must but just as easy when you belong to those who run society, and happen to be a failure.

  3. lbalch798 commented on Jim Morin about 1 year ago

    If you are old enough to remember a stable middle east, you were much too old to serve in WWI. But then like most “hawks” I doubt that you ever found it ‘convenient’ to serve.

  4. lbalch798 commented on Steve Breen about 1 year ago

    T.Axel: Considering that deportations are up and arrests of those attempting to cross the broader are up perhaps, according to your “facts” I would think that declaring all immigration laws null and void would cause immigration to cease altogether.

  5. lbalch798 commented on Jim Morin about 1 year ago

    Harelyquinn: That’s right, why consider the civil wars that would be going on right now in Germany and Japan if we still didn’t have our troops there.

  6. lbalch798 commented on Ben Sargent about 1 year ago

    The incentive to come was fueled by rumors mis-interpreting news stories (much like most comments on all sites) in Latin America. Probably started by right wingers so they could paint Obama as a failure on immigration. See the left can twist facts just as well as the wing nuts and conspiracy nuts.
    It says a lot that they very seldom do or else are drowned out because they use their ‘in door vocies.’

  7. lbalch798 commented on Non Sequitur about 1 year ago

    PP: have you checked the immigration laws when your grandparents came? They were healthy spend two years living as law-abiding people and were then eligible for citizenship. I’m quite sure that a great majority of those you resent would be citizens today if the requirements for citizenship were the same today as they were then.

  8. lbalch798 commented on Jim Morin about 1 year ago

    A policy the U.S. has been pursuing since the end of WWII. The cry of the bigoted and fearful. A problem I’ve been having with my neighbor for years. I have a nice lawn his is a weed patch I know he is trying to take over my lawn and turn it into a weed patch too.

  9. lbalch798 commented on Jim Morin about 1 year ago

    Strange but that war with Japan started over access to oil too.

  10. lbalch798 commented on Tom Toles about 1 year ago

    The only difference seems to be that the religious bigotry in the U.S.is willing to settle for “conversion” to their beliefs and the ISIL is not.