Nathan R. Jessup

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ILLEGAL Aliens. What now?

In illegal aliens, living free, not citizens on October 27, 2009 at 6:02 pm


Ok, so we are faced with a real problem. We have over twenty million people living in the United States that are here illegally.

Perhaps one of the things that makes our Country one of the greatest in the world is the fact that people from every nation can become a permanent citizen and raise a family here. I love this. What I do NOT love is the lack of adherence to a very appropriate naturalization process.

When I say I am against illegal immigrants staying in this Country, I am not in any way suggesting I do not want people from other nations becoming my neighbor. In fact I encourage it. I buy groceries, legally. I drive my car, legally. I vote, legally. Why? Because there would be penalties if I stole my groceries, ran someone over, or tampered with my ballot. Penalties.

We do understand that penalties prevent behavior and rewards encourage that same behavior right?

-TRD

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Welcome to the Raw Deal….

In Uncategorized on October 26, 2009 at 10:16 pm


Greetings fellow Americans. (please forgive me for only offering this blog in English–my hope is that your desire to participate will be a driving force in learning our native tongue…)

Let me first say, I am not a professional blogger, politician, famous celebrity or president…of anything. I am just a guy. A guy who loves his Country and wants it back. I would also like to get a few things clear as this is my first entry in what hopes to be a fair, free-speaking and honest forum constructed to house the ideas that may in some small way help this great Country get back on its feet. First, I will always read your posts (and often add my two cents. Second, don’t be a donkey (absolutely no pun intended).

Moreover, you may not like my ideas, you may not agree with them, you may even hate me for them. However, the only thing I ask is that you back it up. Fair? Fair.

Now, let me open the discussion to all who have ideas worth hearing. Topics? Hmm….let’s begin with the current state of our Nation; Do we need an entirely new health care system? Does the President have a responsibility to defend and protect the Constitution of the United States (disregarding the fact that he has sworn to do so)? Does Deval need a new Cadillac? Does Martha Coakley have enough foreign policy experience to sit as a US Senator based on her vacations? I welcome your thoughts….

-TRD