"I was not asked or consulted about this"
Posted in the Xenia Forum
#1 Jul 27, 2014
Sunday, July 27, 2014
To: The Editor
“I was not asked or consulted about this”
Would it be unexpected or funny, if these caring compassionate mayors and US citizens (who are willing to befriend and take in migrant Central American refugee village children) did not demand, expect or need state and federal funding [aka our money] to do their good deeds? This includes those political advocates and activist media people who are hoping to keep our national borders open to the current ongoing [never ending?] illegal-alien-immigration invasion of our nation. Most of us have to personally pay for (and thus must ration) our compassion and passion.
When I hear and read about this generous nonsense, I feel sort of “dissed” and dismissed because I was neither asked nor consulted about this. Liberal letter writers, compassionate columnists and commentators, and tax-exempt/nonprofit/NGO/PAC people do not speak for or represent me, when they babble about the collective communal blame, shame and responsibilities of “we”.
If US citizens are willing to befriend and take in all of those (and future) undocumented unaccompanied migrant Central American refugee village children, let them do it all alone at and inside their own homes; personally paying current and cumulative costs for food, clothing, education and healthcare. Of course, such generosity could also cause and cost them some tax and levy increases and divorces; in addition to angering some selfish citizen children who may not intend to care or fairly share.
Great Depression/WWII Parent Economics 101: You do not have “plenty of money” if you are broke and/or in [$17-trillion] debt. Although, I have not been anointed, appointed, authorized, elected or selected by my local citizens (or by my neighbors) to encourage, enable, entice or otherwise invite immigrants or migrant Central American refugee village children to invade and occupy Clayton: I am willing to invite, introduce and redistribute them into the populations of Yellow Springs and Centerville instead of Dayton.
#2 Jul 28, 2014
P.S. By the way, because 25% of Dayton children are
living in poverty, does Dayton need to import more
poor foreign [dumb dependent] young ones?
#3 Jul 28, 2014
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