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  • My boyfriend did everything for me and sacrificed everything for me. He moved to my state at a really young age just to be with me. I'm almost 20, he is 19. My life was ok before we got involved. We had an ok long distance relationship for a while but neither of us could stand to say goodbye all the time so he came here. But I had no idea how terrible it would be when he actually came here. He had no car, only a little room to rent, and did not make much money so he didn't eat sometimes. He walked miles to work in the cold as his hands cracked from the harsh conditions. I had never felt so horrible. He had a scholarship that he gave up for me, a brother that needed him, which he left, and a grandma who is in terrible condition who raised him. He left all this behind for me. He moved so fast to be with me. He told me that he loved me before I had even felt the same way. Everything has always happened so fast. I have never had enough time to be ready for any of it. Now he left because I didn't sacrifice and go and spend the night places with him. But the problem was that I was very close to my mother (who thought he was foolish for stressing us out so much instead of waiting to be together) so I always felt like I had to choose. I didn't want to do that so...I did nothing. I didn't go places that he wanted to. I was afraid to ruin my home life when I still needed my parents support. But later he went back to Florida and I couldn't go with him because I had my college dream and was working on it before we got together. I was so heartbroken that he was gone that I told him I'd go after him. But I realized it wouldn't make me happy. Now he doesn't trust me. He wants to come back to California this time but have a way to support me...he wants to join the military and pay for my school that way because he doesn't want any debt later. But then he springs on me that doesn't want to come out here unless he knows I wont back out because he will lose what he has at home again. But he wants me to take a semester off of school to go out there with him so that in 5 months we can move back to California together. That is the semester right before I transfer to get to my dream. And I don't know what the risk is for doing that. I don't want to do that at any cost, It isnt fair...no matter what he sacrificed so I am trying to find what I can do to show him that I am serious and that I care. He doesn't want to wait for me and have a long distance relationship if I decide to stay home through college. He says this needs to be on his terms too. And that if we are together and marry that he doesn't want my debt for school when he can pay for it. I don't understand because with my major...basically engineering, I should be able to make plenty of money for the both of us and a loan. What else can I do to show him that I care?
  • He says he never asked much of me and that he would never ask me to sacrifice this big thing if I had sacrificed the small things... It's true. He did all the work to be here and it is my fault for not taking care of his needs too. But I feel like he ignored my needs sometimes. I need to wait...he doesn't want to because he needs to be near me and touch me or he wants to move on. We could be good together and I know that I would be with him if only I were ready to. It breaks my heart. One thing I did tell him before he came was how I would not have been able to do the same things he has done for me...So I was honest. But he didn't understand.
  • I have so much momentum to finish now. It would be like shooting myself in the foot to just stop when I have worked SO hard for this. He never had to work hard in school...he never understood the college thing. I need him because he is also my best friend. But everything that matters to me is at home. But if I don't do this I will lost him. Maybe that is better for both of us but I don't know. The pressure is making me feel less of him anyway.
  • i don't quite know because of your distance between each other. So i don't really know either... I had a situation like that as well...kinda..he was going to move to new mexico to be with me. but i wouldn't let him because he had his dream in illinois while i was just beginning to get my dreams here in new mexico started. I knew if he came here or i went to him, i'd get distracted and most likely let my dreams go. and i couldn't afford that, when all i had was here in my state. So all i can really say is just think about, seriously sit down and think about what your doing. Could you leave school for a semester and come back ready and focused to finish that of which you started? I can't because i know myself. And that's really how i feel about it. I don't talk to him anymore because he's since moved on. But, you can't help but sometimes give up the things you want the most. Because i want him to be happy even if he's not in my life. I don't know that's my opinion. Best of luck though..
  • I mean stealing from pension holders in first bonds in car companies to give that money to his Union friends who didn't have any right to it. Pushing through unconstitutional Government take over of Health Care by bribing and threatening Congressmen and Bribing big business entities like big Pharma, AARP, AMA, Insurance Companies ... giving them deals that screw the consumers and competition. Destroying the San Joaquin Valley that produced most of the winter vegetables in the US and was called the bread basket of the world for good reason causing food shortages and importation from other countries driving up prices for us and making foods unaffordable for the people in those countries? Operation Fast and Furious which was an obvious attempt to get our guns in the hands of Drug Cartels in order to make an argument against the 2nd amendment. I mean they had already started with the Rhetoric and Obama himself told a Brady gun control lobbyist that they were working on measures against guns, "under the radar" ... humm, then they kicked off gun runner as they had been complaining about availability of guns for Mexico in the US when there is no problem smuggling from Russia, China, and all over the world. I mean most of the guns were not even made in the US! lol They had to drop laws already in place! to allow smuggling of large amounts of guns to Mexico. Who knows if they actually encouraged the buying as well ... in fact I'd bet on it. They can get boat loads of guns brought to their shores by boat any time, full automatic weapons. Why mess around in the US? It really smells bad all around. Just giving the $trillion + BP oil find to the Brazilian Oil Co Petrobras for FREE! ... which is his benefactor the felon financial terrorist and propagandist George Soros largest investment? This after he gave Petrobras 2 billion to drill for oil deeper than BP did? And while he was obstructing US oil companies from drilling & producing from wells drilled? Blocking drilling off Florida while the Chinese with Cubans steal all the oil from the know oil reservoirs there? Pushing our money in loans to reward his contributors in obviously bad investments like Soleyus or whatever the electrical panel maker's name is where a bundler for his campaign had a huge investment. Air Force general reportedly pressured to alter congressional testimony to favor broadband company LightSquared, for another investor to the Obama campaign. The alliance they have with GE which owned NBC where Obama got sycophantic loyalty in their twisting of the "News" and they got hundreds of billions of our tax money for projects worthless to the tax payers. It's just a big money laundering scheme to pay off supporters, not stimulus. All the other garbage like huge gifts to over sea's banks, Al Gore's Car luxury foreign auto Company. The only jobs saved were of Union workers who contribute to Democrats campaigns heavily, and help only to Blue States which blew their money in similar ways to keep in power, in office. There is so much more, what else do you remember? Someone should keep a laundry list or so much will be forgotten that should be remembered come time to elect a president loyal to this country and it's people, in stead of what we have now.
  • x x ... Clinton did a lot more than get blow jobs. He lied about it and vilified Monika and defamed her, as he's done to so many women. He told her to lie. He lied in front of a Judge. and that's just that incident. Clinton also stole nearly 1000 secret FBI files on Republicans. Nixon's aid stole 1 on a democrat and the media raised holy hell over it, and that guy went to jail. Clinton took illegal contributions from the Chinese and in 1996 the whole Democratic party didn't turn in their contribution reports as required by law, and nothing was done. That legally invalidated those Democrat Candidates, but the Clinton Administration was so corrupt and had the wealthy friends Obama has now that doing something illegal means nothing. So much more Clinton did including working around the system to get a pretext from the dept of commerce which had no authority (remember Ron Brown, ended up dead?) to sell China vital dangerous Military tech, which should have resulted in jail time. So mu
  • Yep, someone should keep a list. One you didn't get is how Obama screwed over the little poor black kids in DC to favor the corrupt teachers Unions. He sent those poor kids out of amazing private schools that were safe and actually taught them, and sent them back to dangerous pits that destroy children's futures and makes it likely they will end up in a gang and dead or in jail before they get a chance to live. And the Program they were in was saving tax payers 40%, costing 40% less than the Public Teachers Union corrupted crap holes they call schools.
  • i do no longer Bush nor Obama. Dumb *** Obama is invading Afghanistan! Now we can get what the Russian have been given in the 80's as quickly as we gave them weapons to combat the SOviets. i'm Russian. My father became right into a Marxist instructor from the 30's who only died and laughed his butt off while Obama became into elected at how stupid the US is for electing him and envisioned Obama could do this. so some distance as Bush, We have been in no way attacked lower back after 911. Bush a minimum of understood the Muslim suggestions. Obama is enjoyed with the aid of Muslims - why? he's perceived with the aid of Muslims as a susceptible - susceptible guy.
  • 39% of the people will vote for the D no matter what. They don't care! Congress has abdicated all it's responsibilities. Hell I would bet that those 39% would vote to reelect a President that got Blow Jobs from a 22 year old intern, in the Oval Office. Whooo big guy. Clinton should have been impeached for may things not White Water that stretched to hummers! The rocket teck to China for campaign money is my primary one. China could not get a rocket off the pad till traitor Clinton gave it to them! Now they have rockets with nuks that can get to Washington.
  • You have a pretty good list here. Now, your next step should be to fact check said list. Take the billions he gave to Brazil for oil exploration. He didn't actually give that money to them, that money actually came through an economic aid agency, run by a small panel of people with a rather large degree of authority to distribute money as they see fit, and the majority of whom were appointed by Bush.
  • It's one mess after another his supporters must have short memory's or are very naive.
  • Well thats a rather uninformative rant.. Think it deserves to be reported.
  • can you remember 2% of the scandals of his predecessor? http://www.netrootsmass.net/hughs-bush-scandals-list/ more kool-aid for ya?
  • Example: South Africa's white Apartheid regime needed money to maintain it's oppression, buying weapons and fences while running a deficit. When Mandela became President, South Africa's new government still has to pay the debt run up to oppress blacks. Example 2: Mexico, Brazil and Argentina are more famous examples of moderately poor nations with huge debts big enough to influence developed-world markets if they default. Example 3: many very-poor countries have debts that aren't that big from the perspective of the banks and wealthy countries making the loans, but have a huge impact on those nations. A lot are in permanent debt beyond their ability to repay, permanently keeping the countries poor, that was lent in the 1970s. In the 70's they thought they would have fast economic growth; when that didn't happen in the 80's they found themselves with unpayable debts. A single corrupt government could run up a huge amount of debt very quickly, enriching itself and locking the country into a financial-colonization. [Look at the US under Bush -- the US is rich enough to get away with this kind of debt increase, but a third world country with a single leader who runs up debt like GW did will spend generations locked in poverty.] Sometimes the money was borrowed for more legitimate investments, often for big government projects like dams that might or might not have succeeded. Look up the Jubilee movement to learn more.
  • They won't be eligible for O'Care so they will get many American's jobs and at lower wages. Wonder what those Americans will do. Oh well. Just so we don't look like racists or anything. We don't deserve a decent life. They do. Americans won't do those jobs for minimum wage because living in a commune is foreign to them or do you think it will come to that? I hear they will be paying payroll taxes but if they just replace Americans at less money, how will that cut the deficit? They also claim all their nieces and nephews in Mexico for huge refunds. Oh well. They deserve that. They are much better than Americans. We owe them everything we have. Right?
  • 1. Just like Reagan's Amnesty bill in the 1980's they will already have jobs because they have to provide proof of both long-term residency and that they've been supporting themselves. 2. Most of these amnesty bills prohibit the person making the application or members of their family from being eligible for state/federal welfare programs for a set number of years. If they've been here working for decades, what's the problem with their being eligible? 3. Any American who dreams of having the jobs these people have, doesn't deserve to be called an American. Any American who's screwed up their lives so badly that unskilled, low-paying jobs are all they're able to do, shouldn't complain about illegals messing up his or her life. 4. The real threat to American jobs are the H1-B visas that give what were once good-paying, skilled jobs to foreigners who are willing to work for half of what the jobs used to pay. 5. Now, Washington is talking about allowing foreign students who graduate from American colleges and universities to stay in the US and compete with Americans for jobs. Ninety percent of these foreign students attend American schools on scholarships provided by their governments that pay for everything - including living expenses. The rest of them - especially those from Taiwan - come from wealthy families. Unlike American students, none of these foreign graduates have the burden of loans to pay back while trying to establish a life. 6. Washington is also touting foreign graduates of American institutions of higher learning as America's new entrepreneurs and job creators. Yeah, if our experience here on the West Coast is any example, they will be the prime supporters of the movement of illegals from their own countries into this country. They occupy the top social strata in countries with strict social hierarchies. They hire "their own kind" before hiring anyone else so they can maintain the rigid social expectations of their cultures. Most importantly, most of them come from countries that teach their own ethnic superiority and they tend to look down on non-Asians. Giving away the US to foreigners with cultural norms that conflict with our own and with no "stake" in the country is nothing but trouble. At least the undocumented from south of the border have taken immense risks to get here and have put in the time on the job.
  • No....This is such a FARCE......Yes we do need immigration but we do not need more low wage immigrants. We have millions of people who are waiting, paying hundreds of thousands of dollars that are scholars that are here with company backing to get into this country and our country makes it so difficult for the smart people to come here who have high paying jobs who would pay much more into the system than these border jumpers. This is NOT am immigration bill....This is a get more Democrat voters bill...while those who do not have jobs and are American Citizens can not find one. Does anyone really think Janeto Napalitano is going to Secure the Border??? No, She will use the money for their welfare. This Bill is garbage. Just like Obamacare....No one is reading it!!! If this legislation is soooooooo good, why does it require bribes, kickbacks, and pork to get Senators to vote for it? http://www.ruthfullyyours.com/2013/06/25...
  • "Taking American jobs"? Why do you assume it is yours? Any job you get is yours only because you are the best person for it in the judgement of your employer. If you are not that person, then you should go find a different one. Nobody OWES you a job. Immigration isn't really about cutting the deficit, though if they lead to a growing economy, and immigration CAN help grow the economy, that could happen. But it's not the selling point. Did you know that a recent study shows that immigrants are 25% LESS likely to use social entitlements than the native population. That study included Europe which has much more generous entitlements than we do, so the figure, were it limited of the US, would probably be even larger.
  • No...not happy that our people have to compete with outsiders for jobs,any jobs.They want to work,they can go home and create their own jobs and better their own economy so they wouldn't have to leave in the first place. and for those who bring up picking,until Chavez came along,most of those pickers were white and black.
  • You want their jobs? There's a need for more people picking fruit, cleaning motels and working in the kitchen.
  • I'm pretty ambivalent about it. both my parents have IQs over 150 and I'm white
  • Yes, because the traitor Reagan would too.
  • that is the plan. welcome to the 3rd world USA
  • My home is falling apart and i don't have the income to fix it. How can i sell my home for just the payoff on the loan without any out of pocket expenses. Im a single father with Sole and legal custody of my daughter and cant manage to keep up with all this repairs to my home. The payoff is $47,000 and i am a New Mexico resident. Thanks and god bless.
  • If your home is worth more, in disrepair, the easiest manner would be to sell it conventionally through a realtor who would price it below market to cover both your mortgage and their commission. By pricing it below market value would likely produce a buyer much sooner allowing you to move on faster. Talk to a local Realtor about what they think the house would sell for and your present circumstances. If the house is not worth more you have a few options. Short Sale, Deed in lieu of Foreclosure or Foreclosure. A short sale is the best of these options but you would need your lenders approval to sell for less than than the pay off amount but you would not have to pay the difference. Deed in lieu of foreclosure is the same as regular foreclosure except your wouldn't be charged the extra fees associated with foreclosure that are tacked on the over all debt. Good Luck
  • The rising fuel costs and reports on the worsening CO2 caused global warming seem to be making people turn towards hybrids and now at least look into cars that are powered by sources other than gasoline. There may even be government regulations in the future that say you cannot have a car on the road if it gets below a certian amount of miles to the gallon. (I'm not saying a switch like this would be right away, but an impending change seems to be coming up much faster lately.) So if more and more people buy these new cars, what will we do about the 'regular' older cars? I don't mean old clunkers- I mean recent models that would normally be worth a good amount of money. This would especially be a problem for people still paying off the loan on their old car. Or say a person has to sell their old car to buy an eco-friendly car, but now there is no more market for the older gas-guzzling one?
  • Hi, there are "grandfather" clauses built into each law that protect the financial interests of the average person. Defining "average" is a matter of debate, so this is not cut and dry. The same thing will happen to vehicles of a certain age that happens now. Old vehicles that aren't totally damaged (say in a fire) are sold at special auctions, running or if not, for parts. These old vehicles are then shipped or driven to Mexico for use througout Mexico and Latin America. This is not a slam on various Latin American countries, but just the reality of less stringent regulations and large areas of land where older vehicles are very common. So there is always some type of market for older vehicles, running or not. And just like every asset that depreciates, the value of an older vehicle will go down to the point where it makes more sense to junk it than to keep it up. Plus, the metals market is big business. Vehicles that are sold as totalled (too much damage to legally be considered complete to drive) can be cut down and sold as scrap. However, politicians are savvy enough to know if they start sending car haulers and wreckers to take away the "10 year old vans" people would quickly vote them out or march on City Hall. People who own, and are paying for, recent vehicles have nothing to worry about. Vehicles manufactured in the last 5-6 years that are efficient enough to pass emissions tests will be left alone, as long as they continue to pass those tests. Any vehicle that doesn't pass the tests the first time has to come back after giving the owner a chance to correct the problem. If the owner doesn't correct/repair or fails to show up, that owner faces fines, license or title revocation, or some similar penalty. That is the real issue for vehicles that don't meet basic environmental standards. And politicians are no fools. They know older vehicles will eventually become too costly to operate and maintain and people will dump them with no need of interference from the government. But you never know.
  • I'm guessing that first fuel prices for older cars would skyrocket and be sold at less places gradually before we had to switch. At that time, the value of older cars would drop rapidly. Perhaps some more expensive cars would get retrofitted which I believe would require a new engine. Junkyards would be making bigger profits. The price of some metals would drop. I believe that this could happen within our lifetime.
  • far greater effective gas/desiel automobiles! One German engineer took an off the line Mercedes-Benz and with some differences, grew to become into able to make it get 40 5+mph at a cost of roughly $3000. It blanketed some lighter aspects, eliminating the element view mirrors (in want of cameras) to cut back friction, and a few engine differences. interior the basically real diagnosis, distinctive gas would be neccessary for heavy industry to proceed. fortunatley the fee of petrol is increasing to the element the place distinctive fuels would be an financial necessity, yet is often economically attainable
  • I'm not sure how it is state to state. Here in Illinois they tried to pass a law that ALL vehicles 10 years old and older had to be destroyed...the govt was going to just 'take' them, I'm not sure if they were going to reimburse people or not. In California, there is a law similar to that, but I'm not sure on the particulars. I know I just bought a 10 year old van and its like brand new to me, they'd have a helluva fight on their hands if they tried to take it from me, and they don't make a Eco-friendly vehicle thet'll handle the farm work my trucks have to do daily, and the tractors, PLUS people like ME can't afford a new fancy Eco-friendly pos. (dont get me wrong, I think its GREAT they're FINALLY making vehicles more Eco friendly, they're just so damned useless around here in the country)
  • They will be sold to China and they will process the metal into new stuff.
  • Won't happen in our lifetime.
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