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#6074 - I always found stuff like this confusing. Why do people assume…  [+] (1 new reply) 08/03/2012 on Politics - politics news,... 0
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#6086 - indiaan (08/04/2012) [-]
Social issues. Constitutional every man and woman are equals and can not be discriminated against. Though these laws were set up at a diffrent time before we came into contact with other cultures, it still sticks and is almost impossible to disregard. It's a sensitive issue, like the right to bear arms in america.
#6066 - Where do you live? Just wondering  [+] (4 new replies) 08/03/2012 on Politics - politics news,... 0
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#6069 - indiaan (08/03/2012) [-]
Netherlands. We have a lot of immigrants from the poor parts of arabia (mostly moroco) and, though I know it's unfair to discriminate, most of them refuse to intergrate and have medival views on how to treat women and stuff. There are some who do intergrate properly and one can have a good conversation with those poeple but sadly thats only like 1-2%
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#6074 - reaganomix (08/03/2012) [-]
I always found stuff like this confusing. Why do people assume people who mass immigrate into a country will integrate into society.

When the English mass immigrated to the Colonies, they didn't integrate into the Native American population.

It is perfectly fine to discriminate against something. You are discriminant with the food you eat, friends you have, and what you do with your time. A group of people is no different.

It just confuses me how in England (or Western Europe), so many people are against mass immigration, but the leaders continue these policies.
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#6086 - indiaan (08/04/2012) [-]
Social issues. Constitutional every man and woman are equals and can not be discriminated against. Though these laws were set up at a diffrent time before we came into contact with other cultures, it still sticks and is almost impossible to disregard. It's a sensitive issue, like the right to bear arms in america.
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#6034 - Any Europeans here that want to discuss Cultural Marxism. I am…  [+] (6 new replies) 08/03/2012 on Politics - politics news,... 0
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#6064 - indiaan (08/03/2012) [-]
It fucking sucks, that's how I see it
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#6066 - reaganomix (08/03/2012) [-]
Where do you live? Just wondering
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#6069 - indiaan (08/03/2012) [-]
Netherlands. We have a lot of immigrants from the poor parts of arabia (mostly moroco) and, though I know it's unfair to discriminate, most of them refuse to intergrate and have medival views on how to treat women and stuff. There are some who do intergrate properly and one can have a good conversation with those poeple but sadly thats only like 1-2%
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#6074 - reaganomix (08/03/2012) [-]
I always found stuff like this confusing. Why do people assume people who mass immigrate into a country will integrate into society.

When the English mass immigrated to the Colonies, they didn't integrate into the Native American population.

It is perfectly fine to discriminate against something. You are discriminant with the food you eat, friends you have, and what you do with your time. A group of people is no different.

It just confuses me how in England (or Western Europe), so many people are against mass immigration, but the leaders continue these policies.
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#6086 - indiaan (08/04/2012) [-]
Social issues. Constitutional every man and woman are equals and can not be discriminated against. Though these laws were set up at a diffrent time before we came into contact with other cultures, it still sticks and is almost impossible to disregard. It's a sensitive issue, like the right to bear arms in america.
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#5135 - Herman Cain would actually do a lot better than Romney in my o… 07/26/2012 on Politics - politics news,... 0
#4698 - Is that Alex Jones in the background? 07/20/2012 on Politics - politics news,... 0
#4621 - >2012 >Not Anarcho-Capitalist 07/19/2012 on Politics - politics news,... -1
#83527 - Good for them. I remember the ******* Runescape V.S.… 07/19/2012 on Video Games Board - console... +1
#4529 - Not Airguitar of course, but I would like to weigh in as well.…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/18/2012 on Politics - politics news,... +2
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#4542 - airguitar (07/18/2012) [-]
Excellent excellent point my friend. I have to rush off to my pubilic policy class in a sec so I'll rush this response:

I am not too familiar with healthcare here, I do know some about the healthcare system in Canada and for a universal one it is constructed pretty well so that private companies compete for the public money, so I don't have absolute problems with it (in response to derran).

Reaganomix makes a very good point. Healthcare in America is worth extraordinarily more than any other country, and if it were to switch to a universal healthcare system entirely it would make it cost 15% extra AT LEAST. This is because with a universal health care system people are not paying for the check-ups and visit their doctor 30% more on average. This becomes a problem when America's healthcare is already extremely expensive.

The point about malpractice lawsuits is very good though. That kind of law stuff is terrible in America. For example, the medicine companies who were supposed to make the Bird Flu vaccine were so afraid of being sued by people who got bird flu as a reaction to the vaccine, that NO private company was willing to make it- not a single one. An act of congress had to go into place saying these companies could not get sued for the companies to be willing to make the vaccine.

I have similar examples of the problems with the law here but I need to go. In summary, derran, the system needs to be fixed before we can get universal healthcare- whether or not I support it. (Sorry if it is written messy/ for typos).
#4513 - >4chan logo >conservative ********* >not brin… 07/18/2012 on Politics - politics news,... +8
#4411 - Not for just forming a union, but the business doesn't need to… 07/17/2012 on Politics - politics news,... +1