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Thread: USC is a fool

  1. #1
    Guest
    Only 40% of what you wrote was worth responding to. Please quote some more rap stars, maybe even a movie star this time.

    "The mere fact that you've spent your precious time answering my thread inevitably shows otherwise. Tell me, who's grinding his sit right now?"

    What the hell is grinding his sit?

    "Currently there are 7 pro-immigration bills pending on both chambers of congress as opposed to 2 anti's. There are also 3 formal pro-immigration lobby groups in Congress. Anti-immigrant's you ask? None."

    FAIR and citizen's lobby, are just a FEW of anti-immigration lobby groups. You didn't look very hard.

    "In particular, the CSPA has been passed during the time when anti-ILLEGAL immigration sentiment WAS relative high. There is now a rising mood among practitioners that the CSPA has the potential to be the most significant immigration law ever passed in recent history. One old observer (Michael J. Gurfinkel, Esq) even commented that CSPA is "more than equal to 2 blanket amnesties" that we can expect the INS to make a very conservative interpretation - which is its usual practice- to "dilute the law".
    What kind of lawmaker or President would like to risk his political carreer by endorsing/ enacting a bill that he thinks run contrary to popular mandate by "registered voters and taxpayers" unless he's an idiot like you are.
    Recent steps that were undertaken after the WTC bombing specifically focuses on illegal immigrants using the pretext of existing laws that were previously unenforced by - who else- the INS."

    You cite Michael Gurfinkel as an authority. You are arguing that a claim is true based only on evidence that an authority figure accepts the claim. Next time pick an actual authority.

    I count 30 bills below. 15 pro, 15 against.

    Anti-Immigration bills
    HR 3525 HR 190 HR 957 HR 2712 HJ RES 59 HR3231 HR 5013 S 1627 S1518 HR 3077 HR 2975 HR 2965 HR 2928 S 1749 HR 4010

    Pro-Immigration bills
    HR 4037 HR 1291 S 1265 HR1918 HR531 HR500 HR348 HR 707 S 2444 HR562 HR1885 HR2736 S1161 HR1266 S955

    "Don't you wonder why those polls you mentioned and ALL SPOT POLLS, for this matter, are not even being mentioned on Stat Classes? Among other darn obvious reasons, it's because they don't contain "index factoring" and "stratification measures". The protocols they implement hide under the cloak of propritariness(????) and are not open for scholarly scrutiny. They are widely known to be subject to individual bias and easily affected by factors such as the WTC events. They have never been known as fit for law-making purposes and they're useful only for scaring people and awful substantiation of dumb smart reasoning you proudly possess."

    Spelling error aside, are you trying to invent a new word? (propritariness)

    Of course you would try and discredit these polls by casting doubt on the statistical method. This fallacy is known as poisoning the well. If you have some polls that support your position, and meet your statistical scrutiny, please share them. The fact of the matter is that there are many polls taken and most point toward the voter wanting less immigration. The poll taken by CBS news in January is another example. Congress does not seem to represent what the true population wants. Congress is influenced by the business lobby, which is in favor of more cheap immigrant labor. You would like the world to think that I am the minority, but there are many people that think like I do, and people that support those anti-immigration groups.

  2. #2
    Guest
    Only 40% of what you wrote was worth responding to. Please quote some more rap stars, maybe even a movie star this time.

    "The mere fact that you've spent your precious time answering my thread inevitably shows otherwise. Tell me, who's grinding his sit right now?"

    What the hell is grinding his sit?

    "Currently there are 7 pro-immigration bills pending on both chambers of congress as opposed to 2 anti's. There are also 3 formal pro-immigration lobby groups in Congress. Anti-immigrant's you ask? None."

    FAIR and citizen's lobby, are just a FEW of anti-immigration lobby groups. You didn't look very hard.

    "In particular, the CSPA has been passed during the time when anti-ILLEGAL immigration sentiment WAS relative high. There is now a rising mood among practitioners that the CSPA has the potential to be the most significant immigration law ever passed in recent history. One old observer (Michael J. Gurfinkel, Esq) even commented that CSPA is "more than equal to 2 blanket amnesties" that we can expect the INS to make a very conservative interpretation - which is its usual practice- to "dilute the law".
    What kind of lawmaker or President would like to risk his political carreer by endorsing/ enacting a bill that he thinks run contrary to popular mandate by "registered voters and taxpayers" unless he's an idiot like you are.
    Recent steps that were undertaken after the WTC bombing specifically focuses on illegal immigrants using the pretext of existing laws that were previously unenforced by - who else- the INS."

    You cite Michael Gurfinkel as an authority. You are arguing that a claim is true based only on evidence that an authority figure accepts the claim. Next time pick an actual authority.

    I count 30 bills below. 15 pro, 15 against.

    Anti-Immigration bills
    HR 3525 HR 190 HR 957 HR 2712 HJ RES 59 HR3231 HR 5013 S 1627 S1518 HR 3077 HR 2975 HR 2965 HR 2928 S 1749 HR 4010

    Pro-Immigration bills
    HR 4037 HR 1291 S 1265 HR1918 HR531 HR500 HR348 HR 707 S 2444 HR562 HR1885 HR2736 S1161 HR1266 S955

    "Don't you wonder why those polls you mentioned and ALL SPOT POLLS, for this matter, are not even being mentioned on Stat Classes? Among other darn obvious reasons, it's because they don't contain "index factoring" and "stratification measures". The protocols they implement hide under the cloak of propritariness(????) and are not open for scholarly scrutiny. They are widely known to be subject to individual bias and easily affected by factors such as the WTC events. They have never been known as fit for law-making purposes and they're useful only for scaring people and awful substantiation of dumb smart reasoning you proudly possess."

    Spelling error aside, are you trying to invent a new word? (propritariness)

    Of course you would try and discredit these polls by casting doubt on the statistical method. This fallacy is known as poisoning the well. If you have some polls that support your position, and meet your statistical scrutiny, please share them. The fact of the matter is that there are many polls taken and most point toward the voter wanting less immigration. The poll taken by CBS news in January is another example. Congress does not seem to represent what the true population wants. Congress is influenced by the business lobby, which is in favor of more cheap immigrant labor. You would like the world to think that I am the minority, but there are many people that think like I do, and people that support those anti-immigration groups.

  3. #3
    Guest
    Thanks for posting the real facts

  4. #4
    Guest
    every thing is clear like black and white

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