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Minnesota Libra Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed May-24-06 01:34 PM
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35. It's on "arrogant" to ask people to follow the law when..........
....they refuse to follow the law and then have the audacity to make all kinds of excuses for not following the law.
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  -Immigration e-mail I got today slide to the left  May-24-06 10:59 AM   #0 
  - Ever seen 3 Iron?  Dufaeth   May-24-06 11:05 AM   #1 
  - I like that analogy - pretty much says it all!! Of course some will......  Minnesota Libra   May-24-06 11:07 AM   #2 
  - Actually, it doesn't "pretty much say it all"  IselaB   May-24-06 11:22 AM   #10 
     - My ancestors came here LEGALLY, that's all I ask of anyone nt  Minnesota Libra   May-24-06 11:42 AM   #15 
        - Well, GOOD FOR YOUR ANCESTORS  IselaB   May-24-06 12:15 PM   #18 
        - My father's parents showed up at Ellis Island.  Bridget Burke   May-24-06 12:39 PM   #24 
        - It's on "arrogant" to ask people to follow the law when..........  Minnesota Libra   May-24-06 01:34 PM   #35 
        - I somehow think the US didn't ravage the economy in their native country  proud2Blib   May-24-06 03:25 PM   #43 
        - And once again I will remind you that is not possible in 2006  proud2Blib   May-24-06 03:23 PM   #42 
  - Logic many fallacies are there here?  greekspeak   May-24-06 11:07 AM   #3 
  - Do Americans own America?  BonnieJW   May-24-06 11:20 AM   #8 
  - They do, until some rich guy wants your property  zbdent   May-24-06 12:26 PM   #20 
  - IMHO the citizens of a country are the owners  PsN2Wind   May-24-06 11:21 AM   #9 
     - So do you own the country more than people under 50,  Jed Dilligan   May-24-06 12:41 PM   #25 
        - Didn't say or imply that  PsN2Wind   May-24-06 02:55 PM   #37 
           - Why else is someone an "owner" then?  Jed Dilligan   May-24-06 02:57 PM   #38 
              - Countries are "owned" by their governments  PsN2Wind   May-24-06 03:29 PM   #45 
                 - That's a drastic oversimplification  Jed Dilligan   May-24-06 03:47 PM   #48 
                    - "Land is owned by both governments and individuals but  PsN2Wind   May-24-06 04:16 PM   #49 
                       - Oh I see, you're still wanting to cash in  Jed Dilligan   May-24-06 04:22 PM   #50 
                          - Man you're damn near as good at that internet diagnosis  PsN2Wind   May-24-06 04:39 PM   #51 
                             - I'm sorry, did I imply that you're mentally ill?  Jed Dilligan   May-24-06 04:51 PM   #52 
  - What a brilliant analogy... Simple way of looking at it...  NJ_Lib   May-24-06 11:08 AM   #4 
  - No it's not  proud2Blib   May-24-06 03:26 PM   #44 
  - Yeah, the Native Americans  PatrioticOhioLiberal   May-24-06 11:13 AM   #5 
  - Instead of keeping house they ate all the groceries  Dufaeth   May-24-06 11:16 AM   #6 
  - These little analogies are always tripe  Jed Dilligan   May-24-06 11:18 AM   #7 
  - Sort of makes sense though.  RebelOne   May-24-06 12:29 PM   #21 
     - A country is nothing like a house  Jed Dilligan   May-24-06 12:36 PM   #23 
  - Let's see, I come to your house by mistake, thought I was some  madmom   May-24-06 11:23 AM   #11 
  - My problem with the analogy is rather than the "burglar" saying:  Jim__   May-24-06 11:26 AM   #12 
  - I just don't get it...  JHB   May-24-06 11:31 AM   #13 
  - Eh, the "Mexicans" pay more in taxes than they use  underpants   May-24-06 11:35 AM   #14 
  - BRAVO  melissinha   May-24-06 11:43 AM   #16 
  - Thanks-from my journal  underpants   May-24-06 12:16 PM   #19 
  - Not true for many  Alcibiades   May-24-06 12:46 PM   #26 
     - The Tax Argument is NOT a Total Red Herring!  Bridget Burke   May-24-06 12:55 PM   #29 
     - I do not understand that argument  underpants   May-24-06 01:04 PM   #32 
     - I meant the argument that paying taxes entitles one to residency  Alcibiades   May-25-06 01:13 PM   #53 
     - In the big picture yes that is the goal-to make it LEGAL  underpants   May-24-06 01:01 PM   #31 
     - Yes, it is partly anecdotal  Alcibiades   May-24-06 01:32 PM   #33 
     - They aren't eligible for social services  proud2Blib   May-24-06 03:34 PM   #47 
  - Was it postmarked from "KKK"?  Tierra_y_Libertad   May-24-06 12:03 PM   #17 
  - And you fired back an angry request for No More Right Wing Spam!  Bridget Burke   May-24-06 12:33 PM   #22 
  - Yeah, RW spam is what it is.  Jed Dilligan   May-24-06 12:46 PM   #27 
  - Change the subject  Alcibiades   May-24-06 12:55 PM   #28 
  - gosh I wonder how many times this nasty little bit of crap will get posted  Ms. Clio   May-24-06 01:01 PM   #30 
  - Won't be relevant for much longer  eugene5debs   May-24-06 01:32 PM   #34 
  - K & R  Triana   May-24-06 01:36 PM   #36 
  - My answer to this analogy? Four little words...  Iblis   May-24-06 03:01 PM   #39 
  - Jesus would build a wall  underpants   May-24-06 03:09 PM   #40 
     - Thank you. Although I've been around for a bit...  Iblis   May-24-06 03:19 PM   #41 
  - Here is a better analogy:  proud2Blib   May-24-06 03:30 PM   #46 

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