Maybe if we get rid of Confederate flags and all other signs of the Confederacy, there will be fewer black children in special ed. After all, let's blame anything but a largely deteriorated family structure, bad parenting, and lack of discipline for the failure/success of a child. This is a problem that you can't throw money at and make go away.
Kudos! Nothing to do now but get hitched!
Thank you, Markus-jim. Thank you.
Wow, David Safier. This is a new low. You're a gross excuse for a human being.
I love how everybody "knows" that this bill is bad when no one had had a chance to read it. I have zero problem with the bill...I am, however, having Obamacare flashbacks because of how this is being handled. The person who introduces a bill prohibiting these "you'll know what's in it after we pass it" maneuvers and ushers said bill into law shall have my undying gratitude and will have earned my loyalty.
Bingo, David W. You hit the nail on the head.
"The government’s own standards state that people should be detained in holding cells like those in the Tucson Border Patrol facility for no more than 12 hours, but all of the plaintiffs were held for much longer. In fact, Border Patrol’s own records show that, during a six month period in 2013, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) detained over 58,000 people for 24 hours or longer in holding cells within the Tucson Sector; more than 24,000 of these individuals were held for 48 hours or longer. "
Plaintiffs??? The world has truly turned upside-down when someone who has broken the law sues because the accommodations weren't up to snuff. You'd think after all that traumatic-journey-fleeing-hostile-oppression, that 48 hours in relative safety with a roof over your head blocking the sun without fear of starving to death would be a step up. But this isn't really about that. It's about opening the borders and skipping this step altogether.
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