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From: Jack Hollis on 7 May 2010 20:04
On Thu, 06 May 2010 23:27:34 -0700, Don Kirkman <donsno2(a)charter.net>
>>There's no doubt that anti illegal sentiment has been around to some
>>degree for a long time, but never to the point that legal immigration
>Have you forgotten the Chinese exclusion law of 1882 and the addition
>of Japanese exclusion in 1913 and 1924? Those laws were in effect to
>some extent or another until the 1950s. San Francisco almost started
>a US war with Japan over the issue in 1906 until Teddy Roosevelt
>worked out a (temporary) agreement, an agreement which sharply limited
>Japanese entry to the US, and Japanese immigration was totally cut off
>in 1924. Both Chinese and Japanese immigrants were denied
>naturalization until after WW II.
During this time the US was accepting lots of immigrants from other
From: Jack Hollis on 7 May 2010 20:33
On Fri, 07 May 2010 08:06:20 -0500, Horvath(a)net.net wrote:
>In a previous post didn't you say you were an ex-cop?
I started working for the NYPD when I was 19 as a Police Trainee. When
I was 21 (on my birthday) I was appointed as a Patrolman and given a
crash weapons course. A week later I was out on the street. I spent
four years as a Patrolman, but didn't like it very much. I quit to
study photography at the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan.
From: Jack Hollis on 7 May 2010 20:34
On Fri, 07 May 2010 08:11:57 -0500, bknight(a)conramp.net wrote:
>LOL. You really have your head on straight. Hollis is one of the
>most conservative that has ever graced this NG.
I'm more of a libertarian than a conservative.
From: Jack Hollis on 7 May 2010 20:35
On Fri, 7 May 2010 09:22:02 -0400, "Frank Ketchum"
>Legalizing drugs is far from a conservative stance, Bobby. Very liberal
Not true. See my previous post.
From: Jack Hollis on 7 May 2010 20:39
On Fri, 07 May 2010 07:56:49 -0700, Alan Baker <alangbaker(a)telus.net>
>> Legalizing drugs is far from a conservative stance, Bobby. Very liberal
>Actually, it is hard-core libertarian.
If you think about it enough, it becomes a matter of common sense.