JCP61 wrote:JH wrote:
what are you advocating?
you seems to playing on both sides of the fence.
mexico SUCKS! The mexicans I have met are a bunch of hypocritical rascists! (I mis-spelled) that on PURPOSE LMAO! I love it when folks use grammar and spelling to win an argument. Especially when they know not what they are talking about. For those that don't know me I don't use spell check on forums. Frankly it ain't that important. Anyway I have utilized the ignore function for the first time since I joined back in 2006. Guess who the recipient is LOL!
The post above authored by J Heckley is what I am and have been advocating all along, IE to illustrate even in a small measure that the views and opinions of individuals like these expressed in a debasing way do not represent America/Americans as a whole.
This red neck needs to be challenged not only by the people they have offended but by Americans as well, a point of view if it has merit should not be made in a condescending/insulting way and it should stand up on its own.
As for where do I stand on the issue of Georgia or any other state migrant workers, I am with the migrant workers simply because they are going to fear hunger and starvation more so than any laws preventing them from feeding themselves and families, it?s a natural law and no legislation will be able to suppress it.
Xenophobes and short sighted politicians who fail to understand that are spitting in the wind.
Laws are just as righteous as the people who write/adapt them, whereas natural laws formed in an organic way between employers and workers are more valid then any man made law and trying to invalidate a natural process is against nature itself.