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As the 2012 election is now over, Barack Obama has won a second term. Many wonder how his policies, his administration, and how the entire political arena, will change our future.

Postby ricardo » Sun Mar 04, 2012 11:56 am

heard the speech at aipac and it was ass kissing predictable. he didn't look like the Obama I know. ( as a voter knows an candidate) he's still our prez...
he said he believed in 'diplomacy' . ( that which Israel has never done)


he looked to be surrounded by an heavy contingent of security. noted :

immediately after speech. I rate his performance as good.



I think if he wants a 'cool' he should have one.

he offered proof of life to the voters. by his not giving up on Iran...



did anyone notice how obamas head went back and forth ? he was obviously

under a lot of pressure.
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Postby ricardo » Tue Mar 20, 2012 9:55 am

difficult finding reasonable humane path to citizenship. I see Hispanics
w/ high school diplomas speaking and writing excellent English. who work when allowed, pay taxes and are family orientated.

the arugument that others whom applied legally should have precedent.
that is understandable. if it were not the acute humanitarian crisis we see
developing in the Hispanic populations.

they come in peace. many like immigrants before them seeking opportunity
and freedom of expression. others , flee recruitment by drug cartels and risk
death if not agreeable to work for them.

crime is always an equal oppourtunity employer , when jobs are denied do
to immigration status. social problems abound. gang membership appeals
to this disenfranchised group.

one associate whom worked. dropped dead in the street from lack of access
to humane medical care. another refused to go to seek medical help for an fracture, that has an potentially fatal outcome if not treated. he was afraid of arrest and deportation, in spite of having been an resident for years, worked
and paid taxes. and, learned English and earned an diploma after years of
enduring harressment from fellow classmates.
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Postby ricardo » Tue Mar 20, 2012 10:12 am

a plan of action...

proof of residency for 3 years.
minors -educational achievement GED
or high shool diploma
or college degree
no substantial criminal history.
required citizenship and English classes.
citizen good conduct voucher for residency (from an citizen)
status of Mexico " war zone " refugee status. optional/ weighted
extended family program for those whom meet above requirements.
1200 hours community service. volunteer. (approved )

due to an acute health crisis for not seeking any medical care . or taxing an system from denial of ' preventive services ' this is beyond the mandate of states
perceived rights...
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Postby ricardo » Tue Mar 20, 2012 10:28 am

an Hispanic associate informed me. " the president has had 4 years to do something. we will not be fooled again." I immediately
blamed the republicans and states for stone walling this crisis. he's been here
for 12 years has an HSD. worked , paid taxes... somewhere in his extended family is an legal citizen.


for humanitarian reasons the path to citizenship needs clarity. not just through a web portal but ' on the streets. ' for humanitarian reasons this ' at risk group' need edification and additional " classes " (of citizenship)

diversion is needed to avert Health crisis, discrimination, reduce crime and integrate immigrants that somehow fell through the cracks of state political
posturing falling along party lines.
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Postby ricardo » Tue Mar 20, 2012 10:48 am

the dream act should cover every age group, and be simplified before it exacerbates into the 'nightmare' act. the impetus to immigrate can be
in itself testimony of great nation. and, concerns for immigration
migrations can best be addressed at the border not impeding the tax base,
health care , access, or separating families.
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Postby frrostedman » Wed Mar 21, 2012 10:20 pm

ricardo wrote:an Hispanic associate informed me. " the president has had 4 years to do something. we will not be fooled again." I immediately
blamed the republicans and states for stone walling this crisis. he's been here
for 12 years has an HSD. worked , paid taxes... somewhere in his extended family is an legal citizen. ( he was under 21 )


for humanitarian reasons the path to citizenship needs clarity. not just through a web portal but ' on the streets. ' for humanitarian reasons this ' at risk group' need edification and additional " classes " (of citizenship)

diversion is needed to avert Health crisis, discrimination, reduce crime and integrate immigrants that somehow fell through the cracks of state political
posturing falling along party lines.

Your hispanic friend knows what he is talking about. Republicans opposing him or not, he has no excuse. He had 2 years total reign with a majority in the Senate and the Congress. He did not fulfill any of his promises to the hispanic community. Fact. And he had every opportunity so your excuse for him does not hold water. A big thumbs up to your friend from my hispanic wife.
Every one who is seriously involved in the pursuit of science becomes convinced that a spirit is manifest in the laws of the Universe-a spirit vastly superior to that of man. - Albert Einstein
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Postby ricardo » Thu Mar 22, 2012 1:36 pm

hey frost , thanks for 'weighing in ' what could have been done differently ?
bill linkage sucks , should have never been filibustered .
republicans complained that an border fix must be in place.
fails senate by 5 votes. amnesty anyone ?


what amazed me about my struggling friend is ... he thinks highly of Alberto gonzollas and referances the fact that an Hispanic ascended to such high office.
(tactic here mr. axial rod)

w/ out knowing the mischievous history and lacking in legal briefs / reasoning ,he and justice department officials played in the bush years . torture memos,Geneva's outdated ??? ... patriot act... Cheney investigation...etc...

he promised to keep an open mind. still another associate was being taught about the creation of israeli and how lovely it is to visit, but nothing of the occupation.

used as immigrants for labour w/ out respect. now their education is being tainted, as a voting block. manipulated because of an growing political power.education and dissemination of accurate history (information) is deficient .

best regards to your lovely wife...
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Postby ricardo » Tue Mar 27, 2012 9:42 pm

health care debate. national health care is unique because it is necessary and
vital for national security and the well being of our nation.

states rights are an mix of conflicting , arbitrary rules that, at no fault
of the client has the potential to suffer catastrophic consequence, based
ones location (one state vs another.)


our greatest asset and the backbone of this great nation are its immigrants.



many immigrants in America can not afford health care. and do not qualify
for any coverage. often they travel at great peril and risk to sympathetic states
whom will not object to their immigrant status and where anonymity is assured.
in other words... immigrants whom are illegal are asked of their legal status,
or if suspect . might be arrested .



states arbiter healthcare through inconsistent
policy , if not flat out arbitrary methods. immigrants suffer. our strongest assent and lowest common denominator.
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Postby ricardo » Sat Mar 31, 2012 9:24 pm

multiple command tier system in place and fully operational.

strategic logistics supply 'chain and command ' secure.

' intuitive readiness '

well done mr. president ...
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Postby ricardo » Thu Apr 19, 2012 6:43 pm

Im wishful here. and support our president. still. we vote against Palestinian

statehood we are never impartial and the settlements and human rights violations

are atrocious . I have to believe the cic supports our alies . and , let's them

know when the are not doing the right thing. for example : an geo political

battle of moral and ethical reciprocity. israelians are not signatories of NPT.

what ? nor are they under strict scheduled inspections that are impartial.

same deal India and Pakistan . Korean zips a ICBM into the air. WTF? we

say let her rip ... lol. ok. can we actually have an realistic goal of

an nuclear free world when our closest alie , well, gives us the finger ?

we are supposed to be eating each others food . and being pals.

why this treatment . we stand less on two legs , and more on our knees ,

w/ some of the leadership they have over here. this is getting ridiculous.

N. Korea may have an ground detonation . I'm informed . ( public)
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