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Pastimes : The California Energy Crisis - Information & Forum

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To: Ben Wa who wrote (49)2/19/2001 2:33:08 PM
From: hobo  Read Replies (2) of 1715
 
# 3 wrong. the question was, who is a better position to withstand an energy crisis. the answer is he who has less at risk. (from a crisis stand point)

who would make the rules? - politicians, unfortunately.

That's right, based on "votes" to obtain majorities, common sense be damned. So think and take it from there.

And as for "persons who are not in the US legally". that can change very easily at the mere signature of an "armistice" bill. I forget the exact year, I believe it was 1982, when mere proof of "having been in the US" for x number of years (I believe the qualifying time was 3 or 5 years , I forget), gave thousands of illegal aliens, US residency and for some eventual citizenship.

Re: open ended, vague and off track about the issue at hand ?

That is your opinion. Ignore the realities, keep it up. Your arrogance and intolerance still won't change the facts.

Makes no difference to me, just pointing out things.
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