Just SAY IT!!!

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  1. Just Sayn Says:

    Mary a chemical co. and a pressure washing co. I think I will be ok on it but its just such a damn hassle

  2. MaryRI Says:

    my girlfired just bought a Subaru suv…..forgot the model….but it’s mid size….good fit for her 5’3″……

  3. MaryRI Says:

    aahh, chemical company….that’s why you got the big boys……

  4. Just Sayn Says:

    I need to go and get ready for my torture uh I mean appt. I’ll try and be on here tonight Mary. Have a good safe day. =)

  5. MaryRI Says:

    or should say instead of big boys……big crooks…..

  6. MaryRI Says:

    you too JUST……I’ll be off and running shortly…..

  7. Just Sayn Says:

    yep crooks is the term for them

  8. MaryRI Says:

    I like this…
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    Forget federal government, we’ll build fence ourselves!
    Plan makes illegal immigrants pay for states to secure U.S. border

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    Posted: January 30, 2011
    5:20 pm Eastern

    By Drew Zahn
    © 2011 WorldNetDaily

    Mississippi State Sen. Joey Fillingane

    A Mississippi legislator has caught on to an idea that if the federal government won’t complete a border fence separating the United States from Mexico, the states will – and he’s planning on taxing illegal immigrants to fund it.

    Republican State Sen. Joey Fillingane has filed S.B. 2255, which would charge a fee on all money transfers wired out of the United States, then count the amount as a credit on Mississippi citizens’ tax returns. The result: Only illegal immigrants sending money abroad would ultimately pay the fees, since they cannot file tax returns to receive a refund.

    The net revenue from the non-refunded fees, S.B. 2255 specifies, would then be sent to states like Arizona and Texas for construction of a border fence.

    Get the facts on the threat to America coming across its own borders, “In Mortal Danger: The Battle for America’s Border and Security”

    “It’s a very novel idea and certainly a departure from the thinking that the border is the federal government’s responsibility,” Fillingane told southern Mississippi’s SunHerald. “I think this is the kind of idea, if it takes root, it takes time to educate people on it and then let them marinate on the idea. Just because we have never done something before, certainly doesn’t mean we can’t or shouldn’t.”

    Fillingane admits the idea wasn’t even his originally, but was presented to him through a tea-party group called the Mississippi Patriots.

    A video explaining the bill, produced by the Mississippi Patriots and including a radio interview with Fillingane, can be seen below:

    (Story continues below)

    Bill Chandler, executive director of the Mississippi Immigrants Rights Alliance, has criticized the bill as harassment of Latinos, who often wire money to relatives back home.

    “Many of the legislators, mainly some of the white legislators, are pandering to their perceptions of how their constituents feel about people of color,” Chandler told the SunHerald. “At one time they were overtly pandering to racism against African-Americans, but now that is muted. The fact that there are Latinos in Mississippi, and they are vulnerable, they are now targets.”

    But Fillingane rejects the notion that his bill is a racist attack on Latinos.

    “It doesn’t target Indians, it doesn’t target Hispanics even; it targets people who are here in the country illegally, be they from Hispanic-speaking countries or English-speaking countries or Chinese-speaking countries, it doesn’t matter,” Fillingane said. “The bill is designed to go after people breaking the law by being in the country without the proper documentation.”

    In 2009, Oklahoma imposed a similar system of tax-deductible fees on wire transfers – though it didn’t submit banks and Internet companies like Paypal to the same charges, as Fillingane’s plan does – in order to support the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics fund. According to the Oklahoma City Journal Record, the fees had generated more than $3.7 million for the state in the system’s first year.

    Sending vast amounts of money back home

    Statistics from the Inter-American Development Bank, reported in the Wall Street Journal, show that migrant workers in the U.S. sent over $69 billion worth of wire transfers, or “remittances,” to relatives overseas in 2008, with over $25 billion sent to recipients in Mexico alone.

    Workers in California rack up the most remittances, shipping more than $14 billion of cash earned in the state over the border each year.

    The Journal also reports that some 1.35 million Guatemalan citizens – 10 percent of the population – live in the U.S., supporting 3.5 million people back home through remittances, which are now the top foreign-exchange earner for the Central American nation, ahead of coffee, sugar and other leading exports.

    The Mississippi Patriots report that remittances from their state total about $99 million annually, while Mississippi spends an additional $106 million on public education, emergency medical care and incarceration of illegal aliens.

    Now the organization is hoping to persuade legislators from other states to join Fillingane in filing bills similar to S.B. 2255.

    “This unprecedented step will get the border fence built by the states after more than 24 years of waiting for Washington, D.C., to make good on the 1986 amnesty act that they passed into law,” said Mississippi Patriots spokesman Marvin Cox in a statement. “If only half the states participate, we could raise $1.2 billion annually for the fence with an average remittance fee of 5 percent.”

    The Mississippi Patriots tell WND they expect the State Senate’s Judiciary Committee to vote on the bill early this week.

    Read more: Forget federal government, we’ll build fence ourselves! http://www.wnd.com/?pageId=257501#ixzz1CcjFr3OB

  9. JEANNIE Says:

    A quick hello . I went to the gocery store this am . OUCH !! $$$ It seems they keep raising the prices >>> so that my couponing gets it back where it was 4 months ago . This EGYPT deal $$ will only r a i s e the cost of many items & gas . What a mess !!! The average family $$ is , I think , in trouble as to the cost of reg items & FOOD , THAT THEY USE. IT IS n o t going to get better , either ! Well cold & snow & more cold up north . Not good !!! Seems little good news today . Hum ??
    🙄 😦 😮 🙄 😥 🙄 & :mrgreen: 🙄

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  11. JEANNIE Says:

    http://dealspl.us/tgifridays-coupons/209219p TGI coupon easy print/ good threw Feb 21 st / MMMMMMMM good. 🙂 😀

  12. MaryRI Says:

    hello………here..late on the phone with the accountant….will make out good this year………

    remember E.D. Hill from Fox and Friends years ago…..when she first saw o give the “fist bump, she said that is the terriorist fist bump”…..she was fired…….today Eric Bolling…said “the Arab fist bump”….will he get fired…she was correct…..this place will be like Egypt in 2 months….

  13. MaryRI Says:

    Janet…got your phone call………I was out …………tomorrow to be lousy…and Wednesday as well……….so I did my survival kit……………..

  14. MaryRI Says:

    glad the Judge in Florida…saying the health care is illegal…….but that will be blocked from every which way……..

  15. alikat Says:

    Hi everyone 🙂

    This is to Jeannie, I admire you for funding the welfare for your kittens, you must spend a bunch to follow the laws in Florida, I support those laws because so many little innocent ones are homeless, sick and lost. (I take many in) Jeannie you could save a lot of money if you spayed your mama kitty and gave the balance to the shelters. Bet your mama kitty would appreciate it too 🙂

  16. MaryRI Says:

    Hi Alikat….you are, by the looks of, to be buried in snow….for he next few days……………..

  17. MaryRI Says:

    Bill Crystal…wants Mubarak gone…..not to sure about that…….then you have El Baradie..and the brother hood………don’t think so………

  18. alikat Says:

    Hi Mary, they are saying we’re to have a lot of snow. I wonder what the rest of the world is getting.
    Nice to see you Mary 🙂

  19. Jo in Georgia Says:

    Why would any American not want to uphold the Constitution? Those that openly/verbally disregard our laws, should be arrested.

    January 31st, 2011
    03:01 PM ET
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    [Updated at 5:37 p.m.] The U.S. Department of Justice says it plans to appeal the
    ruling of a federal judge in Florida, who earlier today struck down as unconstitutional key parts of the sweeping health care reform bill championed by President Obama.

    [Updated at 3:47 p.m.] A federal judge in Florida has ruled unconstitutional the sweeping health care reform law championed by President Barack Obama, setting up what is likely to be a contentious Supreme Court challenge in coming months over the legislation.

    Monday’s ruling came in the most closely watched of the two dozen challenges to the law. Florida along with 25 states had filed a lawsuit last spring, seeking to dismiss a law critics had labeled “Obamacare.”

    Judge Roger Vinson, in a 78-page ruling, dismissed the key provision of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act – the so-called “individual mandate” requiring most Americans to purchase health insurance by 2014 or face
    stiff penalties.

  20. Jo in Georgia Says:

    I think the Judge needs to bring Obama into the Court Room and read the ruling to him in person.

  21. alikat Says:

    Hi Jo 🙂

    Isn’t that something? Wonder how it will end.
    For myself I would like to see them seal the borders and take weapons from the criminal element… too easy I guess, even after the impotent one was in Illinois they still have an awful problem with killings?????

  22. Jo in Georgia Says:

    Hi Alikat….I support your comment earlier…..you know how I feel about it as well.

  23. MaryRI Says:

    Hi JO….I think the judge should bring o into the court house and deport him………

  24. alikat Says:

    Jo I know you do, God love the little ones!
    Little Miss Sugar is going in for her spay soon. Since she was found in the woods, all along, I got all her vaccinations, her wormings, etc. She is such a gift, the most serene little miss you’ve ever seen, and the other critters just let her in!!
    I had a dog come by here the other day, the wood stove guys let him in, they thought he was mine!! Of course my dogs liked him but Sugar stalked him. Then she laid down by him??? She is a beauty for sure.

  25. MaryRI Says:

    night all….will try this again on Wednesday………….

  26. Ross Says:

    I had show my RV to some folks… So I couldn’t make it on here earlier..
    They may make an offer.. or may not. 😉

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