The words in an of itself at one time left a bitter taste in my mouth. But, sadly and surprisingly over the past two years the flavor has been more easy to swallow.
In all honesty, it's coming from a place that was once compassionate and caring. I'm a humanitarian, but now I have this silent rage that is beginning to speak out.
When I was watching the Saturday Today's Show last week and I heard about Browns Branch Texas taking a vote to make it unlawful for apartment managers to continue renting to its illegal aliens, I began to jump up and down. I was happy. I was more like elated from this news.
Illegal, means from the world in which I live 'not lawful & prohibited by law'. If I do something illegal & unlawful I stand the chance of being sentenced to jail or prison, court fines, restitution to be paid and if I'm convicted of a felony then a loss of my voting rights.
A citizen of this United States, who has committed an illegal act or who is being sought by law enforcement for such, can't sit before a prospective employer seeking a job. Most companies have you sign a document for a criminal background check. And, it best come back clean and/or no opened warrants. Why? Illegal is the key word. Here in the City of Cincinnati a misdemeanor can keep you from employment. It's compared to a felony now days. You've forfeited your civil and human rights.
Yet, illegal aliens can protest in the streets of Los Angeles (to name only one) demanding health care benefits, equal wages, housing, a better education and by the way a change in the pledge of allegiance to the red white and blue. If an American can speak bi lingual, then you can even earn a higher rate of income. Want Ads read, 'seeking Spanish speaking'.
I tried to watch George Lopez's HBO Special. In awe is how I found myself as I listened to his words. He informed me, that Mexicans were the hardest working group of people in the United States. They're the hardest working people for themselves. They come here to make a better life for them and no one else.
So yes I'm exuberant that landlords not only across Farmers Branch Texas but around our globe have been put on notice not to rent to any more illegal aliens. I'm sadden for the children who will be denied housing. Just as I'm sorry for America's children of LGBT parents who can be denied housing or evicted from their homes, solely based on their sexual orientation. As I'm sorry for the children here in the United States, who have hardworking parents trying to escape low income housing often termed the slums and ghettos. Those parents who are quite often turned down for better housing, because of the poor areas in which they're trying to relocate from.
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