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# Well I like the US's
immigration policy - either get a doctorate or pay enough money to cover you and your family, forever. If you don't have that, you don't get in. Simple.
(, Tue 19 Oct 2004, 22:35, archived)
# i'd prefer my government...
to display a little compassion for fellow human beings
(, Tue 19 Oct 2004, 22:38, archived)
# I'd prefer mine
to look after the people who are already here, and bollocks to the rest of the world - their job is to make sure we're alright, not anyone else. That's their problem - unless they pay handsomely.
(, Tue 19 Oct 2004, 22:39, archived)
# how very callous
in particular when so many problems worldwide result, at least in part, from our interference and domination over many years...

i do believe i'll stop this conversation here though... there doesn't appear to be much point in continuing...
(, Tue 19 Oct 2004, 22:42, archived)
# I just don't see
what relevance people on the other side of the world have to the average person in Britain - the person the government should be most concerned about.

Meh, agree to disagree.

(, Tue 19 Oct 2004, 22:45, archived)
# well..
somebody must have some nukes
i reckon thatd have quite an effect
(, Tue 19 Oct 2004, 22:49, archived)
# who told you that?
I can assure you that is not the way it is. US imigration policy is far from perfect, but it's not what you said.
(, Tue 19 Oct 2004, 22:53, archived)
# Well it's somebody's...
and if it's not, it's mine, and you can't have it. nerr.
(, Tue 19 Oct 2004, 23:09, archived)