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Old 04-28-2007, 06:51 PM
 
Location: PALM BEACH, FL.
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You are right. They should arrest and prosecute All employers of illegal aliens too. Fine them a lot of money. A lot.

Not all illegals work for "yuppies" I'm sure the corner "old man "bar employs an illegal to sweep or wash glass in the back. Or the skevotzo magazine stand owner gets them to work.
They are all over the place. Like when you (not YOU) turn on the lights in the kitchen at two A.M. and the little bugs all scatter back into the cracks in the walls of the tenement apartment in the So. Bronx

See what I'm sayin'
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Old 04-28-2007, 07:44 PM
 
Location: Warwick, NY
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When and where will this happen?? Certainly not in the NYC region where home sales (across the region) and consumer spending are both increasing at around 10% over last year according to the latest Federal Reserve FOMC report.
You're seeing it happen already with the devaluation of the dollar, the rising price of gold, Russia making the ruble convertible, backed with gold and oil, China ceasing to buy our debt, and world central banks trying to gradually and quietly reduce their dollar holdings. You're seeing it in the creation of new oil bourses, in the GAO's warnings, and the beginning of the collapse of the Yen carry trade.

The rich who are very rich and have always been rich are moving their money out of the country or into commodities now, before things really start to get sticky and even our president has purchased a very large parcel of land in, of all places, Paraguay. Others are moving to Agentina, New Zealand, and even Canada.

Every stock market crash we've had has happened within 3 months of the market hitting a new high. After all, it wouldn't be a crash if everyone saw it coming and got out while the getting is good.
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Old 04-28-2007, 08:40 PM
 
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You could be looking at a Welfare class of 80 million here in America in the next 30 years and a major crime wave that will branch out from the inner cities to the now lilly white suburbs.
Whaaaat? Where are these Lilly white suburbs that you are talking about? They are all mult-cultural today! Orientals Koreans-Chinese-Vietnamese, Indo-Pakis, Arab Muslims, Spanish (South American) African (Somalians etc.) Jamaican-Haitian Carribians!

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The kicker is that the sons and daughters of these Immigrants are not going to be content with being a underclass slave, working for cutrate wages. These people are going to revolt and adapt the degeneracy of the current welfare class.
There is no more middle class to tax for welfare! Years ago there was a middle income bracket to tax for public housing, heathcare, welfare etc. Because of federal and state income taxes to support these welfare programs the Middle classes have been taxed out of existance. The underclass rebelled in the 60's not because the under-class was discriminated against or underpaided but because the money was available to them from people like Wagner, Moon-Beame, and Linsay !!

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Consider how we are still paying the price for slavery 300 years later, many of these decendants still maintain the backwards culture of there slave descendants and refuse to join the mainstream.
Many decendants of slaves have entered the mainstream and own homes in the so-called lilly white suburbs! Others have refused the mainstream because of the guilt conscious White leftests in the educational system who keep teaching Fictional readings like Pride and Prejudice, Black Boy, and life for me ain't been no crystal stair!

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Will We EVER see the Middle Class again?

Does anyone see in the future a resurgence of the Middle Class in NYC.
In about 30 more years or so when the descendants of these third world Immigrants wise up and force the government to stop immigrants moving here from their ancestoral homelands! Just like the way Descendants of 19th century European immigrants did in 1927!

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Old 04-28-2007, 09:42 PM
 
Location: Western North Carolina
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People, it is your President that needs to get this message. Until he gets the message (which he never will), you are just wasting your breath. He, and ultimately he, is responsible for the safeguarding of our countries borders, and he has failed, miserably. Do not vote for ANY candidate in the next Presidential election, no matter which party, who does not have the balls to take a stand against this illegal invasion. No compromise - hold them to their word
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Old 04-29-2007, 09:03 AM
 
Location: Bergen County, NJ
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The illegal issue is only a part of the problem, let's not forget all the companies that have left the U.S over the years, and all the jobs that have been outsourced over the years. This was a huge contributor to the decline of the middle class.
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Old 04-29-2007, 10:57 AM
 
Location: Concrete jungle where dreams are made of.
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All the middle class are in the suburbs now.

You'd be surprised. Much of the middle class in the suburbs (at least here on LI) are being pushed out.
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Old 04-29-2007, 11:23 AM
 
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I live in one of the few middle class neighborhoods left in NYC.
Bensonhurst
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Old 04-29-2007, 02:10 PM
 
Location: Bronx, NY
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Yeah but Bensonhurst along with Gravesend seems to quickly be turning into yet another Chinatown.

Most of the Italian people seem to have left for Staten Island or NJ/LI.
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Old 04-30-2007, 07:32 AM
 
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Yeah but Bensonhurst along with Gravesend seems to quickly be turning into yet another Chinatown.

Most of the Italian people seem to have left for Staten Island or NJ/LI.
Yeah. The italians hate it.
Even walking around you'll occasionally hear some italian screaming "Go back to your country" to an old asian guy clueless in the english language.
But I don't mind it. Bensonhurst is becoming very diverse. You see alot of middle-easterners, eastern europeans, albainians, bosnians, indians, hispanics, etc.
It's pretty nice imo.
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Old 04-30-2007, 07:57 AM
 
Location: PALM BEACH, FL.
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You'd be surprised. Much of the middle class in the suburbs (at least here on LI) are being pushed out.
I grew up in L.I. and go back occasionally to visit.

Here is what I noticed. The middle class isn't disappearing at all.

They are all still there. They all make more than their parents did and now they think (and act) as if they are upper class. Big mortgages, leased luxury cars and cheap furniture. It's all an act but they don't even think they are acting. The middle class is living way beyond their means.

They don't realize that the rich families from when they were kids are now ultra rich.
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