Well, no... that's a rather small portion of the population and most part time jobs are not leaving America. Factory and other industry jobs are, but not very many people, including lower low class families. The vast majority of the population is in working and middle class around 60-70%, and most of them do not have part time or multiple jobs.
I don't think the children of illegal immigrants being Americans is unfair. They were born here, like either you or I were, but there is a problem with this that should be fixed. However, it's because the system is very difficult navigate and gain approval in due dilligants. Those are huge weakness to our immigration policy and not just for Mexicans, but all immigrants to enter the country. The general trend is that poorer individuals have a much harder time entering the country legally than richer individuals. So there are major issues with the system and this is one of (not the only) the major reasons illegals come to America.
Except the main mod of transportation to the US is by plane. So it's pretty irrelevant to build the wall to begin with. not to mention it would cost far more to build and maintain than Trump economic plan can handle.
It's an example. Social inequality is the basic point of why social change is necessary. Though, for the most part (because the voting system is not void of racial and sexual factor that suppress these groups) but it's one of the major reasons to continue social justice for minority groups.
For instance, now there is a major movement to create better law and oversight to prevent police shootings, which mostly effects racial minorities far more than whites. Mind you, I'm the son of a police officer, so I very much understand how the law enforcement system works and its major weaknesses.
I don't think it would be best to repeal the ACA. That could be considered a preexsisting condition and could force him to not have any health care insurance.
Also, the healthcare system would not be changed by repealing the ACA, because the problems in the healthcare system run far deeper than Obamacare.
America's healthcare system is not a socialized one. It does seem to work well in Canada, Japan, and Europe, so I don't see your point anyway.
I don't think anyone has blamed him for cyber bullying, but for him doing the cyber bullying. Cyber bullying is something that happens regardless if Trump is a terrible role model or not, but he, himself, is guilty of doing it.
To be fair, it's not for her lack of trying and much has been done to try to close it with relative success. But it's still opened, which is your point I assume.
But Clinton had 3 million more primary votes than Sanders did. Though it is very disappointing that he was not elected over Clinton, he did not win even among the people.
I wouldn't call it corruption. Some of the thing she has done are ethically questionable or wrong, but it's nothing that no other politicians would have. Most politicians have controversial baggage, like Clinton,
Welfare is a good thing. And less than 5% of the population have chronic welfare. It's not a big problem in America.
[Free Higher Education]
Better education leads to better economy and social factor. The more informed you are, the better the country will be. There is a very big problem with college drop outs, it most of that is due to money factors. I am going to college on government aid, but a friend of mine who's family makes more money than mine is not on financial aid. There is a disparity here that if fixed would help to better the quality of the country.
And you're still paying for people to go to college, right now, anyway.
Although, I do agree with this basing educational spending on test scores is extremely problematic. According to my sociology professor as "class decreases, SAT scores decrease," which would mean lower classes have a much harder time trying to enter college to begin with.
But I don't support free education, that has it's own issues. Better acceptance and government aid is my standpoint.
The poverty line currently for a household of 4 including 2 children is $24,250. There is a difference between struggling with money and not having antiquity funds to feed yourself. I think people think that welfare is a much large chunk of the population that it actually is were it is about 5% of the population on welfare all the time most of which are children and women. But welfare does not improve the quality of live for families or their children when they grow up. This problem causes a cycle of lower low class people to always be lower low class people. Something else needs to be done, but welfare help to improve what little it can to feed and cloth very desperate people and families.
A question posted by my sociology professor: Is America the land of opportunity. Yes. Can all people be prosperous? No.
I believe that there is a obligation for us to help those people in terrible situations, otherwise what opportunity can they have? And if they have no opportunities, how can America be the land of opportunity?
I disagree with affirmative action and I disagree repealing affirmative action. I do think that a level playing field would be nice, but the demographics say that the whites are richer and the minorities are poorer. There is not level playing field to begin with.
Whites have better primary and secondary education that a lot of minorities don't have. Whites can also afford to go to college, whereas minorities have a much harder time in most cases. America is still divided by race, and that causes minorities to be excluded from things. Even without racism, there is still racial discrimination, systematic or otherwise.
This just doesn't make since. Helping a single person is worthy of the trouble. As far as politics go, they must make them based on the majority in certain groups. It's impossible to help 100% of all Americans, which would mean that government is not necessary under your logic.
This is not accurate. For one, not all people are making the best choices from our perceptive, but it's how they keep living. A person wrote a blog about her life of poverty and it was bleak and not her fault. A lot of it had to do with the problems of society and social class rather than her ability to manage money and work harder. Most people do not understand what living below the poverty line is like, and it's very difficult to get out of without outside help. I've been there, I know.
I'm not even going to respond, just take a sociology class or something of that sort.
So are they better or worse than Trump, because right now I'm saying America is fucking stupid, but I also know how radical some groups in Europe can be.
Two negatives make a positive. And it would, if they were elected. All candidate who are elected effect the public, meaning that advertisements do something.
Except it's O'Kafee. His tapes generally false or purposefully misleading.
Well they were probably paid to preform, that's what you do. Still, I doubt that many celebrity supporters of Clinton didn't want to voice their opinion about there support for her, in the same way Ted Nugget did for Trump.
First, he was his own propaganda. Second, I'm not denying that Clinton spent more than Trump, but that's a trend with Republican and Democrats. Democrat tend to out spend Republicans 2:1, so it's nothing to be impressed or disappointed about.
That wasn't my point, but my it please the court for this evidence to be submitted.
Danny Trejo anyone?