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    Posted on 22:53:31 - 18/09/21 (2 months ago)
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    Capgros [2088627]

    I have to give all credit to Angryscotsman12 here:

    https://mfbc.us/m/ed35t9h

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    Capgros [2088627]

    These are the ones I completed

    CRLF [2095076]

    But what about last week's cards?

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    SaintLuke [2220265]

    got damn, you had a hell of a week I see.

    I will say however, you trying to compare the border issues here in America to that of Nazi Germany is sick and about as wrong as you can be. But I do love the funny shit yall got going for Hoch atm.
    I did not compare. I just used an extreme example to make a clear point.
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    Posted on 23:51:59 - 18/09/21 (2 months ago)
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    CRLF [2095076]

    Capgros [2088627]

    These are the ones I completed

    CRLF [2095076]

    But what about last week's cards?

    Capgros [2088627]

    SaintLuke [2220265]

    got damn, you had a hell of a week I see.

    I will say however, you trying to compare the border issues here in America to that of Nazi Germany is sick and about as wrong as you can be. But I do love the funny shit yall got going for Hoch atm.

    Capgros [2088627]

    I did not compare. I just used an extreme example to make a clear point.
    but that makes your point look extremely weak and is pretty sad you would use such a tragic event for something that is completely different and nowhere near the scale.

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    Posted on 23:58:11 - 18/09/21 (2 months ago)
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    Capgros [2088627]

    These are the ones I completed

    CRLF [2095076]

    But what about last week's cards?

    Capgros [2088627]

    SaintLuke [2220265]

    got damn, you had a hell of a week I see.

    I will say however, you trying to compare the border issues here in America to that of Nazi Germany is sick and about as wrong as you can be. But I do love the funny shit yall got going for Hoch atm.

    Capgros [2088627]

    I did not compare. I just used an extreme example to make a clear point.

    SaintLuke [2220265]

    but that makes your point look extremely weak and is pretty sad you would use such a tragic event for something that is completely different and nowhere near the scale.
    If it did I'm sorry, the point only was that following orders is not always the right thing to do, and somehow Nazi Germany is a very good example to use, I never meant to compare the border situation with Nazi Germany.

    Edit: I understand Americans might feel I have something against them, but I'm having the same with Europe, actually, I think Europe is even worse, we willing fully let thousands of people a year drown in the Mediterranean, while we are fully capable of saving them.
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    Posted on 00:30:41 - 19/09/21 (2 months ago)
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    CRLF [2095076]

    But what about last week's cards?

    Capgros [2088627]

    SaintLuke [2220265]

    got damn, you had a hell of a week I see.

    I will say however, you trying to compare the border issues here in America to that of Nazi Germany is sick and about as wrong as you can be. But I do love the funny shit yall got going for Hoch atm.

    Capgros [2088627]

    I did not compare. I just used an extreme example to make a clear point.

    SaintLuke [2220265]

    but that makes your point look extremely weak and is pretty sad you would use such a tragic event for something that is completely different and nowhere near the scale.

    Capgros [2088627]

    If it did I'm sorry, the point only was that following orders is not always the right thing to do, and somehow Nazi Germany is a very good example to use, I never meant to compare the border situation with Nazi Germany.

    Edit: I understand Americans might feel I have something against them, but I'm having the same with Europe, actually, I think Europe is even worse, we willing fully let thousands of people a year drown in the Mediterranean, while we are fully capable of saving them.
    Fair enough.

    The problem is America has something like 600,000 Americans it cannot take care of as it is. So America really does not need to add more to the problem. We need to fix the problems we have now before we take on more. This is why I wish America would stop trying to "help" everybody else in the world and "fix" their problems and focus them efforts here.

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    Posted on 00:35:21 - 19/09/21 (2 months ago)
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    SaintLuke [2220265]

    got damn, you had a hell of a week I see.

    I will say however, you trying to compare the border issues here in America to that of Nazi Germany is sick and about as wrong as you can be. But I do love the funny shit yall got going for Hoch atm.

    Capgros [2088627]

    I did not compare. I just used an extreme example to make a clear point.

    SaintLuke [2220265]

    but that makes your point look extremely weak and is pretty sad you would use such a tragic event for something that is completely different and nowhere near the scale.

    Capgros [2088627]

    If it did I'm sorry, the point only was that following orders is not always the right thing to do, and somehow Nazi Germany is a very good example to use, I never meant to compare the border situation with Nazi Germany.

    Edit: I understand Americans might feel I have something against them, but I'm having the same with Europe, actually, I think Europe is even worse, we willing fully let thousands of people a year drown in the Mediterranean, while we are fully capable of saving them.

    SaintLuke [2220265]

    Fair enough.

    The problem is America has something like 600,000 Americans it cannot take care of as it is. So America really does not need to add more to the problem. We need to fix the problems we have now before we take on more. This is why I wish America would stop trying to "help" everybody else in the world and "fix" their problems and focus them efforts here.
    I think you don't understand the positive things immigrants, and also illegal ones do to your country, here in Spain food would rot on the fields without them and the same goes for the USA, illegal immigrants almost don't get help, but still work and pay taxes, basically, they make your country more rich.

    Edit: https://portal.ct.gov/-/media/OCPD/Child_Protection/Training/Day3/ImmigrationCheatSheetbySNHforGALAMCclasspdf.pdf

    Facts: All immigrants (legal and undocumented) pay sales, property, and consumption
    taxes; many undocumented immigrants also pay income taxes, even though they can’t
    benefit from most federal and state local assistance programs. Contrary to popular belief,
    undocumented workers are not (and have never been) eligible to claim social security
    benefits. In fact, most undocumented workers will use a false social security number to
    prove work authorization, therefore paying money into a benefit system that they may
    never be eligible to use. According to the Social Security Administration, undocumented
    immigrants account for a “major portion” of the billions of dollars paid into the Social
    Security system—an estimated $520 billion as of October 2005. Immigrants’ tax
    payments support both local and state services in addition to the federal government.
    One study shows that immigrants, regardless of status, will pay on average $80,000 per
    capita more in taxes than they use in government services over their lifetime.
    Undocumented immigrants can receive schooling and emergency medical care, but not
    welfare, food stamps, Medicaid, and most other public benefits. Undocumented
    immigrant parents cannot receive government benefits in their own right but may be the
    payees for benefits received on behalf of eligible family members, such as U.S. citizen
    spouses or children
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    Posted on 00:57:10 - 19/09/21 (2 months ago)
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    SaintLuke [2220265]

    got damn, you had a hell of a week I see.

    I will say however, you trying to compare the border issues here in America to that of Nazi Germany is sick and about as wrong as you can be. But I do love the funny shit yall got going for Hoch atm.

    Capgros [2088627]

    I did not compare. I just used an extreme example to make a clear point.

    SaintLuke [2220265]

    but that makes your point look extremely weak and is pretty sad you would use such a tragic event for something that is completely different and nowhere near the scale.

    Capgros [2088627]

    If it did I'm sorry, the point only was that following orders is not always the right thing to do, and somehow Nazi Germany is a very good example to use, I never meant to compare the border situation with Nazi Germany.

    Edit: I understand Americans might feel I have something against them, but I'm having the same with Europe, actually, I think Europe is even worse, we willing fully let thousands of people a year drown in the Mediterranean, while we are fully capable of saving them.

    SaintLuke [2220265]

    Fair enough.

    The problem is America has something like 600,000 Americans it cannot take care of as it is. So America really does not need to add more to the problem. We need to fix the problems we have now before we take on more. This is why I wish America would stop trying to "help" everybody else in the world and "fix" their problems and focus them efforts here.

    Capgros [2088627]

    I think you don't understand the positive things immigrants, and also illegal ones do to your country, here in Spain food would rot on the fields without them and the same goes for the USA, illegal immigrants almost don't get help, but still work and pay taxes, basically, they make your country more rich.

    Edit: https://portal.ct.gov/-/media/OCPD/Child_Protection/Training/Day3/ImmigrationCheatSheetbySNHforGALAMCclasspdf.pdf

    Facts: All immigrants (legal and undocumented) pay sales, property, and consumption
    taxes; many undocumented immigrants also pay income taxes, even though they can’t
    benefit from most federal and state local assistance programs. Contrary to popular belief,
    undocumented workers are not (and have never been) eligible to claim social security
    benefits. In fact, most undocumented workers will use a false social security number to
    prove work authorization, therefore paying money into a benefit system that they may
    never be eligible to use. According to the Social Security Administration, undocumented
    immigrants account for a “major portion” of the billions of dollars paid into the Social
    Security system—an estimated $520 billion as of October 2005. Immigrants’ tax
    payments support both local and state services in addition to the federal government.
    One study shows that immigrants, regardless of status, will pay on average $80,000 per
    capita more in taxes than they use in government services over their lifetime.
    Undocumented immigrants can receive schooling and emergency medical care, but not
    welfare, food stamps, Medicaid, and most other public benefits. Undocumented
    immigrant parents cannot receive government benefits in their own right but may be the
    payees for benefits received on behalf of eligible family members, such as U.S. citizen
    spouses or children
    some do yes, but there are many who will end up homeless here as well. As i said before, our problem is big enough as it is and we do not need to add to it.

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    Posted on 01:05:15 - 19/09/21 (2 months ago)
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    Capgros [2088627]

    I did not compare. I just used an extreme example to make a clear point.

    SaintLuke [2220265]

    but that makes your point look extremely weak and is pretty sad you would use such a tragic event for something that is completely different and nowhere near the scale.

    Capgros [2088627]

    If it did I'm sorry, the point only was that following orders is not always the right thing to do, and somehow Nazi Germany is a very good example to use, I never meant to compare the border situation with Nazi Germany.

    Edit: I understand Americans might feel I have something against them, but I'm having the same with Europe, actually, I think Europe is even worse, we willing fully let thousands of people a year drown in the Mediterranean, while we are fully capable of saving them.

    SaintLuke [2220265]

    Fair enough.

    The problem is America has something like 600,000 Americans it cannot take care of as it is. So America really does not need to add more to the problem. We need to fix the problems we have now before we take on more. This is why I wish America would stop trying to "help" everybody else in the world and "fix" their problems and focus them efforts here.

    Capgros [2088627]

    I think you don't understand the positive things immigrants, and also illegal ones do to your country, here in Spain food would rot on the fields without them and the same goes for the USA, illegal immigrants almost don't get help, but still work and pay taxes, basically, they make your country more rich.

    Edit: https://portal.ct.gov/-/media/OCPD/Child_Protection/Training/Day3/ImmigrationCheatSheetbySNHforGALAMCclasspdf.pdf

    Facts: All immigrants (legal and undocumented) pay sales, property, and consumption
    taxes; many undocumented immigrants also pay income taxes, even though they can’t
    benefit from most federal and state local assistance programs. Contrary to popular belief,
    undocumented workers are not (and have never been) eligible to claim social security
    benefits. In fact, most undocumented workers will use a false social security number to
    prove work authorization, therefore paying money into a benefit system that they may
    never be eligible to use. According to the Social Security Administration, undocumented
    immigrants account for a “major portion” of the billions of dollars paid into the Social
    Security system—an estimated $520 billion as of October 2005. Immigrants’ tax
    payments support both local and state services in addition to the federal government.
    One study shows that immigrants, regardless of status, will pay on average $80,000 per
    capita more in taxes than they use in government services over their lifetime.
    Undocumented immigrants can receive schooling and emergency medical care, but not
    welfare, food stamps, Medicaid, and most other public benefits. Undocumented
    immigrant parents cannot receive government benefits in their own right but may be the
    payees for benefits received on behalf of eligible family members, such as U.S. citizen
    spouses or children

    SaintLuke [2220265]

    some do yes, but there are many who will end up homeless here as well. As i said before, our problem is big enough as it is and we do not need to add to it.
    That's just another good reason for reform, after all, these people have a really high work morale, but they are abused.
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    Posted on 01:43:25 - 19/09/21 (2 months ago)
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    SaintLuke [2220265]

    but that makes your point look extremely weak and is pretty sad you would use such a tragic event for something that is completely different and nowhere near the scale.

    Capgros [2088627]

    If it did I'm sorry, the point only was that following orders is not always the right thing to do, and somehow Nazi Germany is a very good example to use, I never meant to compare the border situation with Nazi Germany.

    Edit: I understand Americans might feel I have something against them, but I'm having the same with Europe, actually, I think Europe is even worse, we willing fully let thousands of people a year drown in the Mediterranean, while we are fully capable of saving them.

    SaintLuke [2220265]

    Fair enough.

    The problem is America has something like 600,000 Americans it cannot take care of as it is. So America really does not need to add more to the problem. We need to fix the problems we have now before we take on more. This is why I wish America would stop trying to "help" everybody else in the world and "fix" their problems and focus them efforts here.

    Capgros [2088627]

    I think you don't understand the positive things immigrants, and also illegal ones do to your country, here in Spain food would rot on the fields without them and the same goes for the USA, illegal immigrants almost don't get help, but still work and pay taxes, basically, they make your country more rich.

    Edit: https://portal.ct.gov/-/media/OCPD/Child_Protection/Training/Day3/ImmigrationCheatSheetbySNHforGALAMCclasspdf.pdf

    Facts: All immigrants (legal and undocumented) pay sales, property, and consumption
    taxes; many undocumented immigrants also pay income taxes, even though they can’t
    benefit from most federal and state local assistance programs. Contrary to popular belief,
    undocumented workers are not (and have never been) eligible to claim social security
    benefits. In fact, most undocumented workers will use a false social security number to
    prove work authorization, therefore paying money into a benefit system that they may
    never be eligible to use. According to the Social Security Administration, undocumented
    immigrants account for a “major portion” of the billions of dollars paid into the Social
    Security system—an estimated $520 billion as of October 2005. Immigrants’ tax
    payments support both local and state services in addition to the federal government.
    One study shows that immigrants, regardless of status, will pay on average $80,000 per
    capita more in taxes than they use in government services over their lifetime.
    Undocumented immigrants can receive schooling and emergency medical care, but not
    welfare, food stamps, Medicaid, and most other public benefits. Undocumented
    immigrant parents cannot receive government benefits in their own right but may be the
    payees for benefits received on behalf of eligible family members, such as U.S. citizen
    spouses or children

    SaintLuke [2220265]

    some do yes, but there are many who will end up homeless here as well. As i said before, our problem is big enough as it is and we do not need to add to it.

    Capgros [2088627]

    That's just another good reason for reform, after all, these people have a really high work morale, but they are abused.
    no doubt, but once again America is so broken right now it will not happen at this rate.

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