In Need of Immediate Attention..

To preface the information provided below, (in my world)…

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I am responsible for ( my ) mortgage.

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 I am responsible for purchases that ( I ) make on both ( my ) MasterCard and ( my ) visa.

I am responsible for..

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( my ) contracts,

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( my ) agreements,

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and ( my ) word, ..and/or, “integrity.” 

According to Webster: “in·teg·ri·ty,” Steadfast adherence to a strict moral or ethical code.

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I am a conservative.

According to Webster: “con·ser·va·tive,” Favoring traditional views and values; tending to oppose change.

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I believe in tradition.

According to Webster: “tra·di·tion,” The passing down of elements of a culture from generation to generation.

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I am an American.

According to Webster: “A·mer·i·can,” (in context) A citizen of the United States.

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(The gang of eight).

Top row, left to right: “John McCain, (R) Arizona.” – “Marco Rubio, (R) Florida.” – “Dick Durbin, (D) Illinois.” – “Lindsey Graham, (R) South Carolina.” Second row, left to right: “Jeff Flake, (R) Arizona.” – “Robert Menendez, (D) New Jersey.” Charles Schumer, (D) New York.” – “Michael Bennett, (D) Colorado.

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A day after labor and business groups struck a deal on a new guest-worker program, key senators said they are within reach of finalizing an immigration overhaul proposal.

Members of the Senate’s bipartisan “gang of eight,” which is crafting a comprehensive immigration bill, said they have not signed off on a proposal just yet, but are likely to unveil it next week.

“With the agreement between business and labor, every major policy issue has been resolved,” Sen. Charles E. Schumer said Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press.”

The New York Democrat, who is a member of the group, said senators have not explicitly agreed to the proposal because the bill’s language has not been fully drafted, but Schumer said he is “very, very optimistic” there will be an agreement next week, when the Senate returns from its spring recess.

(Sidebar): …

Isn’t (spring recess) something provided to children in K-12 grades, my question is: “Why do we, “We the People” or (the American taxpayers) ..provide a “recess” for grown men and women who (we pay) in excess of $170,000 a year for working an average of 2 ½ days per week, ..are “we” totally stupid?

According to Merriam-Webster: “stu·pid,” Slow to learn or understand; obtuse.

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…We’ve all agreed that we’re not going to come to a final agreement until we see draft legislative language and we agree on that. We drafted some of it already; the rest of it will be drafted this week,” Schumer said. “And so I am very, very optimistic that we will have an agreement among the eight of us next week.”

Schumer said after a markup by the Judiciary Committee in April, the bill would be on the Senate floor, “God willing, in May.”

The guest-worker program has always been one of the thorniest issues facing lawmakers, having previously helped derail passage of an immigration overhaul in 2007. The deal between the AFL-CIO and the Chamber of Commerce is likely to propel the legislation forward.

“Business and labor have an agreement on the future flow [of foreign workers], which has been the issue that has undone immigration reform in the past,” Schumer said. “So this is a major, major obstacle that’s overcome.”

Under the framework, the number of new guest-worker visas can not be below 20,000 or above 200,000 in any year.

The agreement would also require employers to pay guest workers what they typically pay regular workers doing the same job, or the prevailing wage, whichever is higher.

Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., another member of the working group, confidently predicted that an immigration overhaul would pass both the Democratic Senate and the GOP-controlled House in the coming months.

“I think we’ve got a deal,” he said on CNN’s “State of the Union” on Sunday. “We’ve got to write the legislation, but 2013, I hope, will be the year that we pass bipartisan immigration reform.” (Source, “Ben Weyl”

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Question: How “wonderful” do you find it that our overpaid, and (under worked) employees in Washington have come to (agree) ..that no less than 20,000, ..nor more than 200,000 (guest workers) ..will be joining, ..and/or, ..superseding the 23,000,000 Americans who (currently) are not permanently, and/or, ..adequately employed?

Editorial: (in my humble opinion) what we, “We the People,” who pay the taxes, ..that pay these buffoons salaries. What “we” need are “buffoons” working for us in Washington who are interested in providing employment for (out of work) men and women who were born and in America first.

Accordingly, my first choice after eliminating the “gang of eight” from our employment roster, would be to continue on until the remaining 527 (dysfunctional) members of “our” Congress are replaced.

If you’re an American and my narrative offends you, sounds racist, bigoted, or selfish? Being an American, ..protected by the First Amendment, are free to rebut, ..and/or, could move to Mexico, Japan or China, ..or maybe not, “they” don’t  cater to…

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Think about it, I’ll be back tomorrow


Crusader Rabbit…

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