They should legalize prostitution and offer ways to help the workers make it safer and healthier for them. You cannot force or coerce anyone to not want to engage in that industry, yet I do believe that they should be offered assistance like any other job field, and perhaps they can decide for themselves what life style they prefer. You arrest these people, throw huge penalties and fines on them, knowing what they are trained or skilled in for work, and in a way force them stuck in their profession to cover the legal costs in the end. Are these people against prostitution going to offer these women jobs or money for college to better their ability for another line of work? The problem here is the judging, and the complete self righteousness...get over yourself America.
He still is an American citizen, and again we must look at the process by which we handle this situation. Could this effect all American Citizens in court hearing on any scale matter? Are we giving away our rights by allowing this to happen?
What bothers me so is how the US sees these issues at merely their surface level and not at the possible underlining issues. People want a chance here, they come form countries that don't even have water and clean food to eat; starve and die in the streets and dump yards. We are an over abundant country that throws away tons of resources a day. These people are forced to make a statement. Its terrible how they choose to do so, but they are doing what perhaps they only know how from their lack of humanity they learned through our own social conditioning and being ignored by their own people and us too. These events with shooting and bombs is not about weapons and immigration, its about humanitarianism...they want to make people care.
I think the American government as well as all us citizens spend way too much time debating the same thing over and over, and usually not coming to any solution when there are far greater concerns on the table for our country, rights, and lives as we know it. Our nation has done a great job over the last few hundred years at only looking at the here and now, without any care or forethought for the future and its outcome. What happened to Gabby and those people is terrible, so is the men that fought and lost their limbs and lives in our military service for hundred of years. Those people's family proudly carry guns and know the bigger picture of our rights and liberties as Americans, and what we will loose all together the more we hand things over because someone made a big enough deal about it. I personally feel Gabby should be advocating mental illness issues, if anything, and have some humanity herself.
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