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  •  not to mention the legal warning in lower corner (4+ / 0-)
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    ichibon, kaliope, JustGiaco, Creosote

    stating that it is illegal to photocopy or reproduce this document.  Marcos has clearly stepped over a line here.  

    I attended my wife's naturalization ceremony 4 years ago.  She immigrated from Israel.  And she did it the legal way.  

    It took her several years.  

    Immigration is a fascinating topic...but while we focus upon immigration here in the US, it's a worldwide phenom.  The debate could be, but mostly isn't, a much broader discussion.

    How easy, for example, would it be for a poor family from West Virginia to immigrate to ...I don't know...Ecuador.  Or Grenada.  Or New Zealand?  I really don't know the answer to that question.

    I only know that the door should swing both ways, it it swings at all.

    Oregon:'s cold. But it's a damp cold.

    by Keith930 on Wed Feb 20, 2013 at 04:13:54 PM PST

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