Poll: Majority Supports Path to Citiz...

Poll: Majority Supports Path to Citizenship for Illegal Immigrants

There are 1474 comments on the KVOR-AM Colorado Springs story from Nov 14, 2012, titled Poll: Majority Supports Path to Citizenship for Illegal Immigrants. In it, KVOR-AM Colorado Springs reports that:

Most Americans support a path to citizenship for illegal immigrants, an issue that may be high on the agenda of newly re-elected President Obama and the 113th Congress, given the increased importance of nonwhites -- including Hispanic voters -- in the nation's political equation.

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“Facts”

Since: May 08

Location hidden

#1160 Jan 13, 2013
Yeah wrote:
<quoted text>lol! No son. Already have. All you do is make your claims over and over.

You're a proven liar. That's why all you can do is deny, deny, deny!

Woohoo!
Yes you do claim that..........LOL

You spend more time typing to say you did then it would take to post a link........

“Facts”

Since: May 08

Location hidden

#1161 Jan 13, 2013
FritoBandito wrote:
<quoted text>... and you the reason that good White folks suffered the burning of the South Bronx.
Tough talk from the girly boy that is to scared to back up her threats.....

5k says you won't........

“Facts”

Since: May 08

Location hidden

#1162 Jan 13, 2013
FritoBandito wrote:
<quoted text>Your list of enemies is piling up.
Yes our girly boy is wishing she had never told everyone that she was coming down to shut me up.......

How about that lie about cops outside my house 5 months ago?????

That one really had us laughing.........

Why so scared to make good on your threat??
Yeah

Mililani, HI

#1163 Jan 13, 2013
Here Is One wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes you do claim that..........LOL
You spend more time typing to say you did then it would take to post a link........
lol! Son, you offered nothing but your claim. The best part is, you simply lied!

Woohoo!

“Facts”

Since: May 08

Location hidden

#1164 Jan 13, 2013
Yeah wrote:
<quoted text>lol! Son, you offered nothing but your claim. The best part is, you simply lied!

Woohoo!
So why can't you post it or even tell us what this lie is about????
FritoBandito

San Diego, CA

#1165 Jan 13, 2013
Here Is One wrote:
<quoted text>
So why can't you post it or even tell us what this lie is about????
You're a fraud and a liar. I just got a long awaited call from a friend who's a Federal Judicial in Tijuana that reports you don't exist down there. The Puerto Vallarta office even honed in on your signal and determined it was coming from the US.

I knew it....

HEY PEOPLE LOOK AT THIS!

“Facts”

Since: May 08

Location hidden

#1166 Jan 13, 2013
FritoBandito wrote:
<quoted text>You're a fraud and a liar. I just got a long awaited call from a friend who's a Federal Judicial in Tijuana that reports you don't exist down there. The Puerto Vallarta office even honed in on your signal and determined it was coming from the US.

I knew it....

HEY PEOPLE LOOK AT THIS!
Yes our girly boy is wishing she had never told everyone that she was coming down to shut me up.......

How about that lie about cops outside my house 5 months ago?????

That one really had us laughing.........

Why so scared to make good on your threat??
FritoBandito

San Diego, CA

#1167 Jan 13, 2013
Here Is One wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes our girly boy is wishing she had never told everyone that she was coming down to shut me up.......
How about that lie about cops outside my house 5 months ago?????
That one really had us laughing.........
Why so scared to make good on your threat??
I have the proof. Why don't you come clean and settle this once and for all. You're not in Mexico. You're here in the US, you liar!
Nym8387

Lawrence, MA

#1168 Jan 13, 2013
FritoBandito wrote:
<quoted text>
... and you the reason that good White folks suffered the burning of the South Bronx.
nothing you say will change the fact that amnesty will not happen.
Yeah

Mililani, HI

#1169 Jan 13, 2013
Here Is One wrote:
<quoted text>
So why can't you post it or even tell us what this lie is about????
lol! Already proven you're a liar son. I can't help it if you don't accept facts in your world!
FritoBandito

San Diego, CA

#1170 Jan 13, 2013
Nym8387 wrote:
<quoted text>nothing you say will change the fact that amnesty will not happen.
That's irrelevant. Fact is, your kind did burn down the South Bronx. Ask the Irish or the Jews?
White man's got an axe to grind with you just the same.
Nym8387

Lawrence, MA

#1171 Jan 13, 2013
FritoBandito wrote:
<quoted text>
That's irrelevant. Fact is, your kind did burn down the South Bronx. Ask the Irish or the Jews?
White man's got an axe to grind with you just the same.
is that right frito?yawn,you're so pathetic,at least least it isn't the painful deportation axe.
FritoBandito

San Diego, CA

#1172 Jan 13, 2013
Nym8387 wrote:
<quoted text>is that right frito?yawn,you're so pathetic,at least least it isn't the painful deportation axe.
It'll apply to you before it does to me. You're the ones with the statutory backdoor citizenship that aren't even a State. You're a welfare colony at tax payer expense.
Nym8387

Lawrence, MA

#1173 Jan 13, 2013
FritoBandito wrote:
<quoted text>
It'll apply to you before it does to me. You're the ones with the statutory backdoor citizenship that aren't even a State. You're a welfare colony at tax payer expense.
you need to look up "taxation on Puerto Rico" since you love to hate so much on that island,not to mention the fact that they voted to become a state,letting you know they are not affraid to pay full federal taxes,you're a hater frito,when you're not talking about this you're talking about,white people being racist,jews and thier money, black people being on the dole,didn't you attack "Asian guy" about the Chinese exclusion act?you Try your best and fail miserably,talking off topic dosent change the fact that the law must and will be enforced,you seriously need to invest in a rope and a stool,you anchor babies have an enormous amount of misplaced hatred.
FritoBandito

San Diego, CA

#1174 Jan 14, 2013
Nym8387 wrote:
<quoted text>you need to look up "taxation on Puerto Rico" since you love to hate so much on that island,not to mention the fact that they voted to become a state,letting you know they are not affraid to pay full federal taxes,you're a hater frito,when you're not talking about this you're talking about,white people being racist,jews and thier money, black people being on the dole,didn't you attack "Asian guy" about the Chinese exclusion act?you Try your best and fail miserably,talking off topic dosent change the fact that the law must and will be enforced,you seriously need to invest in a rope and a stool,you anchor babies have an enormous amount of misplaced hatred.
That's a smokescreen barrage and an attempt at covering for your troll friends that for the most part is a bold faced lie. Anyone I attack has it coming. My tactic is to make you feel it at any cost. How does it feel to get a dose of your own medicine when you attack Mexicans and "anchor brats?"

Given your poor diet of rancid rice and beans, I'll outlive you tenfold. BTW, most here don't support your fantasies for statehood. You're a burden and the people of this country know it.
Nym8387

Lawrence, MA

#1175 Jan 14, 2013
FritoBandito wrote:
<quoted text>
That's a smokescreen barrage and an attempt at covering for your troll friends that for the most part is a bold faced lie. Anyone I attack has it coming. My tactic is to make you feel it at any cost. How does it feel to get a dose of your own medicine when you attack Mexicans and "anchor brats?"
Given your poor diet of rancid rice and beans, I'll outlive you tenfold. BTW, most here don't support your fantasies for statehood. You're a burden and the people of this country know it.
tap dancing is something you do well,ill give you that much,must be that poor diet of churros and tamales.
FritoBandito

San Diego, CA

#1176 Jan 14, 2013
Nym8387 wrote:
<quoted text>tap dancing is something you do well,ill give you that much,must be that poor diet of churros and tamales.
Look at my posts and then look at yours and then ask anyone whose looks more astute and alert?
Nym8387

Lawrence, MA

#1178 Jan 14, 2013
FritoBandito wrote:
<quoted text>
Look at my posts and then look at yours and then ask anyone whose looks more astute and alert?
what's wrong with my posts? Just because I don't use words like "astute"and "disenfranchised"dos ent mean I'm wrong about this plauge,get over yourself old man.
FritoBandito

San Diego, CA

#1179 Jan 14, 2013
Nym8387 wrote:
<quoted text>what's wrong with my posts? Just because I don't use words like "astute"and "disenfranchised"dos ent mean I'm wrong about this plauge,get over yourself old man.
Hey clodhopper, it's "plague", not .... When will you learn? Now, go do me a salsa dance and grease up the floor.

“A Nation of Legal Immigrants”

Since: Nov 07

Lake City Florida,/ Nebraska

#1180 Jan 14, 2013
FritoBandito wrote:
<quoted text>

Dream act eligible illegals are usually of collegiate stock, and like their US citizen or legal counterparts, wouldn't stoop down to cleaning toilets like a high school drop-out like you would, because they usually have financial aid, bank loans and hard working parents to pay their way.
LOL!!!

Education Gap


THE REALITIES OF EDUCATION IN LATIN AMERICA

Without a high-level education, Latin American children will continue to
lack the skills necessary for entering the workforce and participating in
the increasingly competitive global economy.

a.. 50 million people in Latin America cannot read or write.

b.. Latin Americans receive an average of six years of schooling, compared
to nine-and-a-half years in the OECD (Organization of Economic Cooperation
and Development) countries.

c.. Nearly one-third of children in primary school in Latin America repeat
a grade. The additional cost to the region's education systems has been
estimated at $4 billion per year.

d.. Brazil, Chile, Mexico and Peru rank behind Uganda, Zambia, Botswana
and Burundi in the quality of their math and science education.

e.. In Mexico, only 13% of adults receive a high school diploma versus 87%
of American adults.

f.. Over 50% of Mexican and Brazilian 15-year old youth are functionally
illiterate and thus unable to compete in today's economy.

CONTRIBUTORS TO LATIN AMERICA'S EDUCATION CRISIS

1. HIGH DROP-OUT RATE THROUGHOUT LATIN AMERICA

The heart of the problem is the drop-out rate -- children living in poverty
are not staying in school.

a.. 92% of Latin American children begin primary school, but only 32%
continue on to secondary school (the U.S. equivalant of middle/high school).
Even fewer ultimately graduate.

b.. Approximately 40 million children and adolescents in Latin America
drop out of school to live or work on the streets each year.

c.. It is estimated that 95% of children have access to school in Brazil,
but only 59% of them finish the eighth grade.

d.. It is well established that school dropouts have worse outcomes,
including in terms of mental health status, than do those youth who stay in
school.

2. INEQUALITY IN LATIN AMERICA

Unequal societies are less efficient at converting growth into poverty
reduction. In Latin America, the education gap mirrors the income gap
between rich and poor.

a.. Levels of inequality in Latin America are the highest in the world --
at least one in three households and two in five people live below the
poverty line.
a.. 220 million Latin Americans (about 44% of the region's population)
live on less than $2 per day. Over half of them are children.
a.. In Brazil, children in the bottom income quartile complete an average
of four years of school versus over ten years completed by children in the
top income quartile.

3. LATIN AMERICA'S EDUCATION SPENDING

Despite increases in past years, spending on elementary education is still
relatively low throughout the region.

a.. Per capita spending on primary education in Latin America still
averages only 15% of U.S. levels.
a.. Latin American universities, which serve less than 10% of the
population, receive a disproportionate share of education dollars compared
to primary education.(In Brazil, public universities have only 2% of all
pupils, but receive 25% of all federal education funds.

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