Originally Posted by The Old Medic
My father was an illegal immigrant from Canada. He came down during the great depression of the 1930's. He worked for the Union Pacific Railroad for over 40 years before he retired. None of us knew that he was an illegal until after he died.
Of his 7 children, all but one got a B.A. or higher (and that one made more money that the rest of us combined). Three of us served in the U.S. Armed Forces, and all of us are responsible citizens of this country.
What's your point?
That you're a hypocrite.
You don't want our country to provide for our citizens in any way, shape or form because you consider those who can't afford health care to be lazy, but, your father came to America after the great depression; stayed here illegally for 40 years and WE provided for him, his wife and their seven children.
Or is your point that everyone except you and your siblings are losers because six out of seven have a B.A or higher except one who makes more money than the six of you combined?
I have news for you, pal, you and your six siblings aren't the only responsible citizen's of this country.