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Thread: Does having the right to something...?

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    Re: Does having the right to something...?

    I take it you're going to continue to ignore the meaning of the word "illegal"?

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    Re: Does having the right to something...?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lightdemon View Post
    Unless of course, you're an immigrant who can speak 8 different languages but does not speak English, of which the literacy test is based on...

    Illiteracy in English =/= Stupid
    If that person was such a ****ing genius then why didn't they have the foresight to make English one of their languages?

    /fail

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    Re: Does having the right to something...?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry View Post
    If that person was such a ****ing genius then why didn't they have the foresight to make English one of their languages?

    /fail
    Why does that matter if it does not take away their right to vote?
    Quote Originally Posted by UtahBill View Post
    Let the public school provide the basics, you as the parent can do the fine tuning.

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    Re: Does having the right to something...?

    Quote Originally Posted by Scarecrow Akhbar View Post
    I take it you're going to continue to ignore the meaning of the word "illegal"?
    This is the second time I have to remind you that we are not talking about illegal immigrants. We are talking about people who do not speak English.

    Do try to keep up.

    ...Unless of course you think that since they don't speak English they must be illegals. Knowing your attitude towards immigrants, this is probably the case.
    Last edited by Lightdemon; 06-27-09 at 01:28 AM.
    Quote Originally Posted by UtahBill View Post
    Let the public school provide the basics, you as the parent can do the fine tuning.

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    Re: Does having the right to something...?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lightdemon View Post
    Why does that matter if it does not take away their right to vote?
    Dodge questions much?

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    Re: Does having the right to something...?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry View Post
    Dodge questions much?
    If the question is impertinent to the topic, yes.
    Quote Originally Posted by UtahBill View Post
    Let the public school provide the basics, you as the parent can do the fine tuning.

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    Re: Does having the right to something...?

    Quote Originally Posted by Goobieman View Post
    Does having the right to (x) mean that you have the right to have others provide you the means to exercise your right to (x)?

    Please be sure to explain your answer.
    I would expect that only from people of similar political and social group as me.

    We don't expect Conservatives to like American People. Their goal is power and exploitation. Poor people wanting the American dream are a total mystery to conservatives.

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    Re: Does having the right to something...?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lightdemon View Post
    This is the second time I have to remind you that we are not talking about illegal immigrants. We are talking about people who do not speak English.
    If t hey can't speak english, they shouldn't vote.

    Your failure to keep track of the discussion is probably indicative of some organic failure of your central nervous system.

    Do not seek help.

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    Re: Does having the right to something...?

    Quote Originally Posted by Scarecrow Akhbar View Post
    If t hey can't speak english, they shouldn't vote.

    Your failure to keep track of the discussion is probably indicative of some organic failure of your central nervous system.
    And yet you keep bringing up illegal aliens. You should be the last one to talk about keeping track with the discussion.

    Furthermore, you have yet to substantiate your argument, which makes it worthless and pathetic.
    Quote Originally Posted by UtahBill View Post
    Let the public school provide the basics, you as the parent can do the fine tuning.

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    fyi Re: Does having the right to something...?

    The definition of a right:

    You have every right do do whatever and provide for yourself, provided you do not violate the rights or property of others.

    You do NOT have the right to force others to provide things for you.

    You HAVE a right to:
    Live whatever lifestyle you like
    Earn a living and operate a business
    Own and manage property
    Travel (including operating vehicles)
    Speak out grievances
    Be left alone by government officials

    You do NOT have a right to:
    Freebies provided by government (education, food, housing, health care, etc.)

    The fruits of other people's labor or production (indirect slavery)
    meddle with other people's lifestyles or dictate what they can and can't do
    Meddle with or regulate other people's property

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