The fear of immigrats is the absence of courage?

Mexican are great people! but redneck GOP love to hate anything differ from redneck lol? So here we are, a room full of freedom lovers, where it is safe to cheer for freedom and to denounce repression I think of the amazing courage that it takes to flee oppression, to leave behind everything that is familiar,... show more Mexican are great people! but redneck GOP love to hate anything differ from redneck lol?

So here we are, a room full of freedom lovers, where it is safe to cheer for freedom and to denounce repression I think of the amazing courage that it takes to flee oppression, to leave behind everything that is familiar, and to chance the hostility of a completely alien culture in order to find freedom, opportunity, and a better life. When I think of that courage, I am greatly emboldened. How much easier it is to speak to a friendly audience, than to risk one's life in a rickety boat facing storms, pirates, and sharks. Or to risk one's life by crawling under fences

The fear of immigrants is the absence of courage

Illegal aliens DO NOT GET food stamps and a bunch of other government benefits, they just don’t have the right and legal paperwork to apply for it. Educate yourself about the subject before making ignorant assumptions..
Besides, it is nobody but your "own" people the ones that hire illegals and than expect them to survive with $3 or $4 an hour and still complain when they go to a hospital during an emergencyWhat is done to the weakest in our society ought to be a measure of that society
Such accusations confuse what is legal with what is moral. American history is filled with people who broke unjust laws and were morally justified in doing so.
The American Revolution was fought by men and women who broke the laws of England and of King George III. Had they been arrested, they would have been hanged for treason to the Crown. If breaking the law makes one a criminal, then the Founding Fathers were all criminals. But no one still believes that today
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Courage is to welcome competition. Fear is to shut out competition. Courage is to embrace the newcomer. Fear is to expel the newcomer. Courage is to champion liberty. Fear is to strangle liberty.
Slaves who ran from plantations in the antebellum South may not have articulated their opposition
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