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  • If you don't pay it back, they will probably try to collect it themselves or send it to a collections agency. Contact this site for more help. http://www.va.gov/
  • Depends on who you owe the money to. VA? If not, they are probably local Dr's, Preps, and Hospitals. I am a veteran also. Your answers above have given you the correct advice. If you are receiving 100% disability, your dependent daughter should be covered unless she was born after you were discharged. Also try contacting your local VFW. Some offices offer financial help if you are a disabled vet.
  • Contact your local Veterans Affairs office. See http://www.va.state.al.us/ for contact information.
  • Try the county in which you live in.Actually you can try and google help to see if you/her qualify for the bills to be paid.
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  • It's worth it! I love the Nissan Xterra, and it can go for a pretty long time.
  • First, a little history... When the Constitution was written, slavery was largely relegated to tobacco plantations (and a few cotton plantations, but cotton was very difficult to separate from the seed) in the Upper South and sugar plantations around Louisiana. Most people thought slavery would die out shortly and the Constitutional framers wrote in a clause ending the external slave trade in 1808 -- although slave ships would illegally continue the trade in the South until the Civil War. However, Eli Whitney invented the cotton gin in 1791 and that changed slavery greatly. Why? Whitney's invention made cotton a cash crop by easily separating the seed from the fiber. Cotton plantations became viable with the cotton gin. The problem with cotton, though, is that it is a very hard crop on soil. After about 20/30 years, the soil is played out and new cotton fields must be found. The internal slave trade, which was always present even with the external slave trade, became the dominant slave trade in 1808 when the external slave trade was outlawed by the Constitution. By that time, the cotton plantations in the Upper and Middle South were playing out. By the 1820s, plantations in Virginia made more money selling slaves to other states than they made by growing cotton. So, then, "B" -- a Middle Southern state -- and "D" -- an Upper Southern state -- are not true. Of the two remaining answers, both are true, with the most true answer being "A". There is a broad swath of land that included the Georgia interior, the Florida panhandle, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, Louisiana, Tennessee and Texas that were developed in cotton plantation states in the 1820s and 1830s. It is into these areas, which could be broadly defined as the Lower Mississippi River basin, that slaves sold from plantations in the Upper and Middle South were sent to. This was a very painful trade as very young slaves, many younger than 10-years-old, were separated from their parents and sent captive hundreds, even over a thousand, miles from where they lived. Husbands and wives, brothers and sisters, were forcibly separated to feed the cotton plantations being established in these new areas. So while we can answer this question in a textbook way, we must never lose the cost of the internal slave trade as entire families were broken up and separated to feed new cotton plantations in the Southern interior.
  • Internal Slave Trade
  • The key phrase in this question is "internal slave trade." Since the foreign slave trade was banned in 1808 the internal slave trade started to slowly grow until it exploded when cotton boom occurred in the 1820's. By the 1820's Virginia's soil had eroded due to incessant tobacco planting that it's soil lost it's fertility for growing cotton. Many planters fled the area for the fertile fields of the Mississippi River basin and that was where the most expansive plantation were during this time in American slavery so my inference would leave me to believe "A" is the answers. C could also be true but only in the South of Alabama and it simply isn't as important.
  • Likely, the Lower Mississippi river----thats a bigger area than any one state.
  • the vast majority of the slave trade were conducted by jews......
  • By leading the opposition to the appointment of Justice Sotomayor, Sessions has re-opened the wounds of the past and encouraged people to explore his own history: http://www.democracynow.org/2009/7/14/se...Before answering, make sure you watch the video (not just read the description page) which includes all of the worrisome accusations against him back when he was denied an appointment by the Senate. Do you think it's possible that he at one time, or maybe currently was connected to the KKK?
  • I think most likely he's one of those who didn't have a membership out of political calculations from early on but his ideas seem to be very close. Disturbing. it's more than likely he used to hang in those circles. KKK membership is not the only way white supremacists advance their agenda and as mentioned previously the most opportunistic individuals might avoid it to stay under the radar. Good research! EDIT Sessions is criticized by immigrants’ rights groups for his anti-immigration rhetoric, and for his close associations with three organizations: the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR), the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) and NumbersUSA. The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), which has designated FAIR as a hate group, notes that all of these organizations “were founded and funded by John Tanton, a retired Michigan ophthalmologist who operates a racist publishing company and has written that to maintain American culture, ‘a European-American majority’ is required.” He has published writings by John Vinson, head of Tanton’s American Immigration Control Foundation, and a devout White supremacist. Vinson has called for the secession of the former Confederate states in order to racially and economically protect Whites. Tanton has been a driving force in the White nationalist and anti-immigration movements for years. His organizations and associates have affiliations with skinheads, neo-Nazis, and the Council of Conservative Citizens, the modern-day reincarnation of the White Citizens’ Councils, the “white-collar Klan” of the Jim Crow era. And with financial support from the pro-eugenics Pioneer Fund - also designated a hate group whose members believe that Black people have smaller brains and lower intelligence than Whites - Tanton has been able to infiltrate, and unfortunately shape, the mainstream dialogue on immigration reform. And sadly, the mainstream media have helped to legitimize his organizations. Senator Sessions often quotes Tanton’s groups and their sham reports, appears at their press conferences, and has received recognition and campaign contributions from them. http://blackcommentator.com/324/324_col_... He takes their cash, speaks at their events and repeats their nonsense in congress. Case closed
  • No the ONLY member of the KKK in the Senate is a Democrat, The not-so Honorable Senator ROBERT BYRD from West Virginia.
  • He did leave a voice mail trying to exploit Katrina victims in 2005 evidently he said "Jon Kyl and I were talking about the estate tax. If we knew anybody that owned a business that lost life in the storm, that would be something we could push back with." http://www.time.com/time/nation/article/...
  • Here's the thing..SHE is being questioned because she will be appointed to a powerful position for life. So, therefore, her racist tendencies are in question--not the questioners.
  • hmm if there were a wise gender specific and racially specific person who could sort this out....and maybe this would matter if Mr. Sessions were up for a seat on the court....
  • NO, the only KKK member is a democrat, Robert Byrd.
  • Unlikely. The man's been in the national political sphere long enough for that sort of information to come out. He has made many of his racial prejudices well known, though, so that really doesn't have to happen. He makes himself look bad.
  • Sessions is proving to everyone what many people always thought politicians are----snakes in the grass.*
  • I think Democrat Byrd has that distinction already.
  • Its possible, he wouldn't be the only one. It is pretty funny given his past, that he now is leading the charge against Sotomayor. Come to think of it...maybe its not so funny given his past that he is leading the charge against her.
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