Posts Tagged Controversy

Can I Just Say…

What does it say about our country when we allow someone who is blatantly breaking our laws to acquire a license to practice that same set of laws in our country? Talk about barefaced hypocrisy. Nothing against Sergio Garcia (who was brought here by illegal parents when he was really young), but if he really loved this country and wanted to practice law in the U.S., don’t you think the first thing he should have done was to do everything he could to become a citizen of this country? After all of the schooling he received to attain the skills to pass the bar, he must have learned (or in the very least, have known) how to apply for citizenship—and he had plenty of time to do so in order to become legal before seeking a license to practice law. Doing so would have at least proven that he actually believes in the law he has been licensed to protect.

Way to go, California. Your willingness to protect and support those who continually and knowingly skirt (or break) the laws by giving them anything and everything they want is truly astounding (and not in a good way).

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Can I just Say…

Isn’t it better to look up to and/or respect a man (real or fictional) who is completely unbiased against race, gender, ethnicity or sexual orientation (and whatever else you want to throw out there), than to claim such a man should be considered different to different people? Of course I speak of this inane Santa Claus controversy, in which some feel that the representation of Santa should be some weird amalgamation of everything, to which he appears one way for one person and another for someone else so that the one who feels they themselves are “different” won’t feel bad about themselves (or some such nonsense). Don’t Stop – There’s Plenty More

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