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Creating Monsters: Terrorism, Welfare and “Celebrating Diversity”

LibertarianSoldier Wrote: May 01, 2013 6:05 PM
Illegal immigrants are given the impression that the government owes them a living and they resent that the law still expects them to get legal and earn their living. That's why their upset. Big government shows them preferential treatment while local law enforcement shows them that they have to do as everybody that does work, pay taxes, care for their children while the media tells them it's popular to create as many baby mamas as you can and to disrespect law, law enforcement and authority. When coming of age, they have every expectation they'll be cared for and find that they will when they click up with their countrymen in prison where they still place their identity and their primary allegiance. We don't do it to them but big...
DanielT1022 Wrote: May 24, 2013 4:15 PM
Libertarian Soldier, I would like to make a correction to your first statement. Illegal (and a lot of legal) immigrants aren't "given" the impression the government owes them etc. etc...... They come here believing that already.
LibertarianSoldier Wrote: May 01, 2013 6:06 PM
...government sure creates an environment that spawns that entitlement attitude. Very few actually spend those grants they get on school and each that fails burns the spot a motivated, disenfranchised citizen could be using for betterment.

We deserve a little blame but if they never properly naturalize, they will always hate us.

Young American men experience hormonal, natural aingst and feelings of alienation. They don't normally go bombing their neighbors, though.

To call the Tsarnaev family a “piece of work” is an insult to work.

But they are a piece of something, something the editors won’t let me write here (just think of what last night’s dinner is now). Not only were Tamerlan, the Boston terrorist currently burning in Hell, and Dzhokhar, the Boston terrorist soon to be burning in Hell, on welfare, but their whole family was on the government dole.

This isn’t as much a case against welfare as it is a case against immigration reform. In their time in this country this family did nothing but take...