- Citing that native-born Americans are "incarcerated" at higher rates than "immigrants" is a particularly transparent ploy to disguise the crime and violence being imported from Mexico and other Third World nations. Incarceration rates only measure the success of the government authorities in catching and prosecuting criminals. We know that because of "sanctuary" laws enacted by do-gooder fools like this commentator, police are severely hamstrung in their ability to catch and prosecute illegals. In addition, criminal illegals can conveniently skip back across the border when the law gets too hot for them. Please don't buy this man's bogus propaganda. (Posted on June 23, 2007, 9:51 am Mary)
"In the last 30, 40 years we've had 7,000 by registry figures that are maintained, but it's likely to be significantly more than that because not all states require, including New York State, are requiring reporting of the disease. So it's underreported. So that's a minimal figure."
(Posted on June 22, 2007, 8:49 am Bruce Blodgett)
- Or this one?
Withdraw thy foot from thy neighbor’s house; lest he be weary of thee, and so hate thee.
Friendliness includes visits and communication. But too much of either can be a burden and spoil friendships, like too much honey can make you vomit (25:16). Excess will lead to contempt and hatred, so Solomon urges temperance and moderation even with friends.
(Posted on June 22, 2007, 8:49 am Paul W.)