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Immigration and Your Wallet von Stone, David (eBook)

  • Erscheinungsdatum: 16.09.2016
  • Verlag: BookBaby
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Immigration and Your Wallet

IMMIGRATION is the most important topic in America today and has a directly negative impact on your paycheck on Friday afternoon. Why is this so important? Because supporting all of those millions of illegal and uninvited guests has become very expensive. Who do you think pays for all of that cost? That would be you. It does not matter if you consider yourself to be a Republican or if you have voted exclusively Democratic all of your life. If you work and get paid, you'll always get stuck with the bill. And it is getting bigger, not smaller. Do you consider that to be fair? The best solutions are simple solutions. Issues like our border wall with Mexico, and why it is not necessary to forcibly deport people are addressed with low cost and compassionate strategies. The goal is to keep families together. Envision you and author David Stone having a leisurely lunch at your favorite restaurant next Saturday, and the topic was immigration. A casual meeting like that might take two hours from introduction through coffee. If that relevant discussion could be captured, it would be the source for this narrative. Reading this short book takes only about the same amount of time as that lunch might have taken. It is almost like you are reading the conversation in real time. Clever. The PROBLEM - is illegal immigration. The SOLUTION - is just stop giving them money, your money. By this point you are probably asking, 'OK, how do I do that?' The answer to that question is really simple. Just download IMMIGRATION and YOUR WALLET and start reading right now.


    Format: ePUB
    Kopierschutz: none
    Seitenzahl: 200
    Erscheinungsdatum: 16.09.2016
    Sprache: Englisch
    ISBN: 9781483581712
    Verlag: BookBaby
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Immigration and Your Wallet

3. What's in it for ME? "Let us not seek the Republican answer or the Democratic answer, but the right answer. Let us not seek to fix the blame for the past. Let us accept our own responsibility for the future." ~ John F. Kennedy You work hard for your money. Take a close look at your last paycheck. It may be paper or electronic, but the information is there. There are several numbers that are important: two you will see, and one that is not apparent. Look at the larger number, the amount of dollars that you actually earned from all the work that you did. Now look at the much smaller number, the amount of dollars that you actually get to keep and live on. The difference between these numbers is important. Subtract the amount that you got to keep from the amount that you actually earned. Amazing, huh? Where did all of that money go? You earned it, and need it to live on, but a lot of your money is missing. Who else is living on your money? Who else gets to buy a new flat screen TV with your money? It is hard enough paying your own rent, but how do you feel when you realize that you are also paying the rent for lots of other people, in other cities? People who are not working as hard as you are. And yes, you are buying their groceries and clothes and heat and healthcare also. To paraphrase a popular credit card commercial: "What's NOT in your wallet?" Pissed off yet? You will be. Culture Think for a moment about our culture that you live in today. Think about all of the benefits of our society that you take for granted. WiFi in every coffee shop. Relative safety walking down the street. Simple things like streetlights. Schools and fire departments. These are all background concepts today, but historically it took a long time to get them into place. There are countries today where these things simply don't exist as we know them here. Pick a third world country and keep it in your mind's eye for the moment. Think about how your life would be if you had to live there permanently. Not just visiting while on vacation, but that became your new way of life. Some people want to drag you there. There is an unfortunate, but all too common pattern that sometimes happens to successful families. Consider a business person who does extraordinarily well building a business, working hard and long, and putting everything into it for many years. The children can grow up in a very advantaged environment, never having to worry about anything. They just accept that life will always be easy for them without putting much into it. Their life is focused on spending money and not having to earn it. The father passes away, and the children piss away the family fortune. Our country is like that today. Our forefathers built a great country that we have inherited. Our mission is to be good stewards of the society that was handed down to us. Consider this quote from the famous American sage Earl Nightingale: "We live today in a golden age. This is an era that humanity has looked forward to, dreamed of, and worked toward for thousands of years. But since it is here we pretty well take it for granted. We are fortunate to live in the richest era that ever existed on the face of the earth. A land of abundant opportunity for everyone." 102 Curiously, those words are from Nightingale's recording of The Strangest Secret [SOURCE] (Time = 26:08) that were written 60 years ago. The original audio of that 1956 recording is also available through the source

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