The good news, bad news about helping...

The good news, bad news about helping the hungry

There are 50 comments on the The Ukiah Daily Journal story from Nov 26, 2010, titled The good news, bad news about helping the hungry. In it, The Ukiah Daily Journal reports that:

Mendocino County's hungry and the county agency that works to feed them are getting two different messages: the county has done an excellent job, and it hasn't done nearly enough.

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Furer

Covelo, CA

#42 Dec 6, 2010
Parasite City wrote:
Ahem, the above post should have read: WEAR a condom Juan. My bad.
Wear a condom. Where a condom?......... Juan no comprende...... Digalo en español...... Pongalo un condom. Pendejo

“Facts”

Since: May 08

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#44 Dec 6, 2010
The Truth wrote:
<quoted text>I believe Mr. GEORGE BUSH (not a liberal that I recall) is the one who started all the bailout BS, not the liberals.
And before him, Reagan bailed out the S&L's after Neil Bush and John McCain ran them into the ground. Get your facts straight.
Oslama just took them to a new level never seen before……….

Since: Oct 10

Ukiah, CA

#45 Dec 6, 2010
Here Is One wrote:
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Oslama just took them to a new level never seen before……….
Poor One is having to keep up the pressure since global financial meltdown was averted, and much of the bailout has been paid back.

He hates to see his former country recover if it means a hint of credit to the leader that he loves to slander.

What a patriot.
Love Ukiah

United States

#46 Dec 6, 2010
Here Is One wrote:
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Oslama just took them to a new level never seen before……….
who is Oslama, is he the boyfriend of Osmoma..

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Since: May 08

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#47 Dec 8, 2010
Not Like One wrote:
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Poor One is having to keep up the pressure since global financial meltdown was averted, and much of the bailout has been paid back.
He hates to see his former country recover if it means a hint of credit to the leader that he loves to slander.
What a patriot.
Really……………LOL

Like GM paid back their loan???

WRONG……………LOL
Marvin C Gentz

San Jose, CA

#48 Dec 13, 2010
monkey boy wrote:
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Like the typical liberal, you cannot voice condemnation of socialism and marxism because they are a part of your belief system. You want reditribution of money. You want government regulation of money. You want to be able to say when someone has enough money and tax them for it to redistribute to your social programs and politcal ideas under liberal-speak guises such as "fees" and "cap and trade". You like your ideas of living to be forced onto others under liberal-speak guises of "environmentalism" and "diversity" and "for my own good". Yes. You are a socialist/marxist/liberal and your inability to fess up to what you are speaks volumes of all liberals.
and you deregulated the banksters and criminal corporations of wall street to the point where their "funny" investment schemes in mythical global market places destroyed much of the middle class in America....

and I am not even sure that you are an honorable conservative.
Marvin C Gentz

San Jose, CA

#49 Dec 13, 2010
monkey boy wrote:
But you never replied to how you think $200.00+ a month per household for illegal immigration is okay with you. At least the evil corporations are providing us with jobs. The last I heard, corporations aren't just rich CEO's but also people who work. Those employed people.
Believe it or not, you pay more than $200. a month per household for the benefit of housing your big box stores in our local community and

again, you are not paying attention,

how many millions of jobs were subtracted from our failing economy because these patriotic corporations decided to take their business operation to a foreign country where they can get slave labor rather than pay a living wage to hard working Americans?

So, our local wallymart, hires 3000 teenagers and the elderly at minimum wage with no benefits and regulations against unionization, and then they just happen to make all of their products in China where they are provided "economic zones" which by agreement are not controlled by Chinese law.

Clearly, and beyond all doubt, wallymart exports many more times the number of American workers than they hire locally. Can you understand that?
monkey boy

Long Beach, CA

#50 Dec 13, 2010
Marvin C Gentz wrote:
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Believe it or not, you pay more than $200. a month per household for the benefit of housing your big box stores in our local community and
again, you are not paying attention,
how many millions of jobs were subtracted from our failing economy because these patriotic corporations decided to take their business operation to a foreign country where they can get slave labor rather than pay a living wage to hard working Americans?
So, our local wallymart, hires 3000 teenagers and the elderly at minimum wage with no benefits and regulations against unionization, and then they just happen to make all of their products in China where they are provided "economic zones" which by agreement are not controlled by Chinese law.
Clearly, and beyond all doubt, wallymart exports many more times the number of American workers than they hire locally. Can you understand that?
So what you are saying is that 200.00+ per month for illegals is something you find acceptable and are willing to pay?
Marvin C Gentz

San Francisco, CA

#51 Dec 14, 2010
monkey boy wrote:
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So what you are saying is that 200.00+ per month for illegals is something you find acceptable and are willing to pay?
Now, since you appear to actually be asking a serious question:

I believe that immigration (due to international economic globalization) has launched a multi-national search for the cheapest labor they can find anywhere in the world.

And corporations do not care if they sneak slave labor into this or any other country just so long as their bottom line does not suffer.

I believe that if a host country (like the US) does not allow a greedy corportaion to import slave labor, why they will just take their corporation to another country which will allow them to import slave labor so that their bottom line will not suffer.

The latest count is that 200 million workers around the world perform their work in a country which is not their home, but they send the money home to support their wife and children. The number of migrant workers total more than most workers in any country in the world.

The answer to your question is that immigration is a world wide problem and that it is the most misunderstood problem in the world.

And yes, I would be happy to pay 200 dollars a month to secure
safe working conditions for these imported workers who only desire to feed their wives and children.
Yeshi Gemaneh

Oakland, CA

#52 Jun 12, 2012
Amen from my blue book

Between you and me
Captures our attention
Deserts others
Enormity speculates among many
Focusing on the future is wisdom
Goodwill is our motivation
History assist us know our grassroots
Instant immunity hovers
Judgment on individual's' mind is elective
Kick-starting like an extraordinary kangaroo
Liability is what all hats
My opinion unmet with yours
Never go further alone
Opinions shared, not for sale
Privacy for dignity
Quick mindedness is massive
Rushing to the edge, put in danger
Stability fades away
Take your time to revive.
Unity number one priority
Vigilance what we all acquire
Watchfulness prime of life

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