The Republicans act as if they own the United States
, which makes it more and more likely, that the
existing bill will be pushed through under
elimination of the Hastert rule: Some people´s
memories just appear to be incredibly short:
Who were the originam inhabitants once more?
Right- that´s what I meant.I believe it was
premier Zhou En Lai, who once said: "This world
belongs to all of us!".A globalistic view of
the worlds problems sometimes becomes necessary,
when the national perspective gets out of hand
completely. A good sign, on the other hand is talk about also looking at other proposals
for the immigration bill. It seems that the
Republicans may be reacting to the fact that
the very purpose of the "Gang of Eight" is to
transact a secret agenda of "big government"
/no matter whether it be Democrat or Rubio)
helping out the workers unions, and that they
started their work with the specific aim of
drowning out all opposing voices by means
of the sheer length of their writ and the
Bipartisanship or no, it is somewhat justified
to say this: A proponent of "Big Government" is
neither a Democrat, nor a Republican, but rather someone trying to manipulate the business world´s
perspective, so that it may reciprocate this
by helpng thze respective "Big government" stay
in place. "Big Government" is something no voter
in their right mind should want: Whyß Well,
because they are not doing the will of the
people of the United States, but of the industry
and its workers unions.
This is a global phenomenon, and when you see
this happen, guys: Don´t be shy- Send your
respective governments a message that you know what´s going on and that you´re not going to
accept it. "Big Government" undoubtedly has
hijacked the entire discussion on immigration,
and as unpalatable as some republican views
may be, it would be fair to presume that their
opinions are radicalizing precisely because
of a vague feeling that this entire thing is rigged.
It shall be a true test of democracy to ...
"unrig" the "Gang of Eights" bill, calm
down, discuss matters in a factual manner,
and reach conclusions which actually can
be beneficial to everyone concerned.
The existing bill is about the industry- not about Americans, and also not about immigrants.
But it does not represent a compromise.
What it is instead is a stumbling blockto a well-thought-out and democratically enacted
bill.Let us not be afraid of one another´s
opinions. more and more, even presidential
candidates such as Obama and Romney (when they
were candidates only)have stopped really debating.
Instead, each party intends to flatten the opponent
with a dazzling display of the intelligence and
complexity of their vision.
This is not the way it should go:Certain points
need to be discussed- even if each party simply
intends to win by closing themselves off....
as well as ..."hijacking the entire discussion"
by certain means, which has very little to
do with the true d spirit of a democracy.