If you tell me who these people were who were released from prisons, I'll respond to your question. I can't address a population that I can't identify. But you've changed the goal posts from Dreamers to convicted criminals. I was addressing your claim that Obama wants to give these felons legal status. That's BS.You didn't answer my question, though I'm not surprised.
Correct, you dismissed data you don't like out of hand and have no other evidence to contradict it, but you do have gut feelings!Which changes nothing I've already stated.
The article provided no evidence I should eat dirt. What is said was eating dirt has been common throughout history, and speculated that it might provide the same type of benefits as modern day Pepto Bismol. Since I have access to the drug, there is really no advantage to me digging a hole in my backyard to get to the clay, and eating that. Those benefits if any are available through other means.The best evidence available is you should eat dirt. Will you?
Now that I've addressed your red herring, can we move on?
I don't know how to respond to arguments that consist entirely of "I reject that evidence, and offer none of my own." I guess we'll have to leave it here.Get a better argument and I'll provide some evidence.
When someone says "got it" they normally don't which is true in your case yet again, and it's always been official - it's never been UN-official. Please do try to keep up.
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Retirees wouldn't have a problem because they can meet the requirement that they have a pension of at least $1,000 per month or at least $60,000 to deposit in cash in a bank account, paid out $2,500/month for two years, or $200,000 to invest in Costa Rica.
I'm sure a poor person from Mexico or Guatemala would have no problem with coming up with the $60,000 per person.....
“I think if Thomas Jefferson were looking down, the author of the Bill of Rights, on what’s being proposed here, he’d agree with it. He would agree that the First Amendment cannot be absolute.” - Chuck Schumer (D). Yet, Madison and Mason wrote the Bill of Rights, according to Sheila Jackson Lee, 400 years ago. Yup, it's a fact.
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Give me a link to your 60,000 number.Does that nonsense actually work with anyone? The INS doesn't even know who these people are nor where they went. You can't answer because you can't answer - you can't explain the release because it's so supremely moronic of a move, it's inexplicable. You're not doing a very good job defending the INS and Obama's move so far. Perhaps these former criminals will simply have their criminal past erased or forgiven. You know... pen and phone + ignoring law and Constitution = Presidential Executive Order.
I did read it. Where did it say I should eat dirt and not take, for example, Pepto-Bismol. Can you quote the article?The evidence shows eating dirt is good for you, per the study I linked. When will you be eating dirt? You seem to not want to answer but since you go by the best evidence available... You really do make it too easy.
Then you must not have read it.
So you don't go by the best evidence available when it doesn't suit you to.
There is lots of evidence that being exposed to dirt as a kid helps your immune system, however. Growing up on a farm drastically reduces the rate of asthma and allergies, and they presume it's because of being exposed to "dirt" for lack of a better way to describe it. But I'm 51 and so any potential benefit of eating dirt as a child is long past.
See, this is how to discuss a source. I've addressed the evidence presented, agreed that there are in fact several studies that show eating dirt can in fact provide health benefits, and addressed why in my case I don't see the advantages.
[quote} You can't respond because you simply don't have the tools nor capability to answer, none of which is really your fault.[/QUOTE]
No, I'm actually waiting on evidence.