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I'm an Illegal Immigrant in America Because I Have No Choice (Short Story) - 2/25/2008 7:58:21 AM
Tell me why it's OK for me to defend my home if an intruder should break in undercover of darkness or stealth. And yet, if a perpetrator breaks into my country I cannot defend it. I am expected to grant this "illegal intruder" shelter, a job, medical care, sustenance, some even say immunity; the list goes on and on. What is wrong with this picture? EVERYTHING! When did we start rewarding individuals who break our laws? Since when have I been responsible for this greedy corruption, and misuse of resources, natural and physical, that have plagued your nation for centuries? WHEN? If a starving person broke into your home and ravaged your pantry in search of a meal this should be accepted in the name of humanity? What right does that intruder have to your supplies, peace and harmony? NONE! In this article the illegal claims to have spent thousands on "green cards" and men to get him across the border. Why not spend your money on food so you won't be hungry? Why not start a "legitimate business" with that capital? No, you just have some sick delusion that somebody better off "OWES" you something. Picture a life boat(USA), equipped with just 100 seats being over run by a desperate mob of illegals numbering in the thousands who can't swim and have never paid, nor contributed for one seat on that boat and yet try and think they have a right to climb in. Eventually the boat sinks, taking everyone on board to a watery grave. HEY ALL YOU ILLEGALS CATCH MY DRIFT... build your own boat!

I'm an Illegal Immigrant in America Because I Have No Choice (Short Story) - 2/25/2008 5:56:19 AM
"I'm an Illegal Immigrant in America Because I Have No Choice"... This story is very sensitive and hamane, as we look at the human needs and the lacks of one’s life, but there are prior situations to be considered here too. An ILLEGAL visitor is the one that applied and received a VISA, arrived in the country under the immigration’s laws, and remained in the country after the expiration of her/his VISA. It is a serious violation, not only of the immigration’s laws, but also the violation of the Vianna Convention. When a person applies for a VISA to come to USA, she/he signs it after declaring that she/he is financially capable and that will never seek employment or depend on public welfare. Such declaration is a commitment under PENALTY OF PERJURY, (It says so there!) DULY ATTESTED AND SIGNED BY THE APPLICANT. To host a violator of such or employ her/him is a serious offense, for which a FINE of ten thousand Dollars, ($10,000.00) is applied; plus the party will have to respond to several criminal offenses, which include NATIONAL SECURITY violations. Those that enter the country without a VISA, are not in the same category as the ILLEGAL. Here we have INVADERS. Any person that enters the country without authorization, (VISA) is an INVADER, and therefore, subjects to NATIONAL SECURITY AND MARTIAL LAWS. If we want to change the present immigartion’s laws, we will have to consider that those that violated the existing laws should be sent home at once. THOSE THAT WILL CLAIM THE RIGHT OF FAMILY REUNION, should be sent home too, for they are violating the law by hosting the INVADERS or the ILLEGAL. Most of the ILLEGALS have relatives who are permanent legal residents, and also Naturalized Citizens. Here they should be considered “undesirables”; (THE ONES THAT DON’T COMPLY WITH THE LAWS) and, if we want to obey the law, they should lose their PERMANENT RESIDENT STATUS, and their Naturalized Citinzenship for TREASON. It is not a matter of humanity, it is a matter of law. We obey it or we keep acting benevolent tolerators, like we are doing since the sixties, allowing those in CONGRESS and OVAL OFFICE to violate the CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. We have over thirty million Americans existing below the poverty line; we need to build seven million low-income house-units. Why don’t we ask the candidates how they intend to solve this disgraceful American reality. I have enjoyed the reading of this story, "I'm an Illegal Immigrant in America Because I Have No Choice", and admire its author for his courage, humanity and writing style In respect and admiration, Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU

I'm an Illegal Immigrant in America Because I Have No Choice (Short Story) - 2/23/2008 10:34:27 AM
America ... America is all about immigrants. Even our American Indians immigrated across the Arctic from Siberia, as early as 27 thousand years ago. All of us came here, stayed here, paid the cost of being here, and "here" is home for us. I am part Yaqui Indian (Mexican to you). Your Mexicano Federales killed my people and chased the few survivors north to reservations where my brothers and sisters lost their history and their sense of culture. I talk to them and they do not know their origens nor me. Do not talk to me about WHAT YOU WANT. Talk to me about what you will give to America. All of the LEGAL immigrants who are AMERICA have brought everything they were to make America great. Do not look for amnesty here. Pay close attention to the messages below. Only come here when you are excited about becoming an American. Ted

I'm an Illegal Immigrant in America Because I Have No Choice (Short Story) - 2/22/2008 6:30:08 PM
I don't care if someone comes to our country, as long as they do so legally - learn our language, obey our laws - living in Texas (which is rapidly becoming TEXICO), I have a huge problem with those who come here illegally, who drive nice cars, who have a house, who get benefits denied American citizens - yes, they work, they work hard, but why send the majority of OUR money to their native land, in order to bring more of their families here - women having anchor babies - refusing to learn English - GRRRRRRR A very sore subject with me - as Karen Lynn (below) said, my grandfather came here at age 14 - they didn't cater to him, make it easy - in order to get a job, become a citizen, HE HAD TO LEARN ENGLISH - and what about our own, starving on the streets? No one's reaching out to them - illegals get free medical care, many of our own are underinsured/not insured - our Veterans who served our nation live below poverty level - I know - stirred up a fire with this write - well done! (((HUGS))) and love, Karla.

I'm an Illegal Immigrant in America Because I Have No Choice (Short Story) - 2/22/2008 2:21:09 AM
I can understand why they come to our country, but when they don't learn our language, or expect us to learn theirs, that is where I have a problem. When my grandfather came to America at the age of fourteen from Croatia, they didn't make it easy for HIM. They didn't have the forms half in Croatian and half in English like they do now (half in English and half in Spanish). I also think that when they're talking in front of non-Spanish speaking people (like yours truly), it's rude. Sorry, but I can't help the way I feel. I worked with people who spoke primarily Spanish, and they expected ME to learn THEIR language instead of learning MINE. It was NOT easy, and I did NOT enjoy it AT all. An excellent, thought provoking write "from the other side", the side we usually don't hear from. Very well penned and presented! Signed, a proud American.

An Honest & Thorough Inventory of Your Life is Essential (Article) - 3/14/2008 10:18:06 PM
These words you say are so much like a 12 step program I really like this article I am passing it on to others.

How to Develop Creativity and Why it Will Save Your Life (Article) - 3/14/2008 10:12:22 PM
I like this it makes one go within and when going within we find a peace. Thanks

How to Develop Creativity and Why it Will Save Your Life (Article) - 2/19/2008 6:04:03 AM
well done

How to Develop Creativity and Why it Will Save Your Life (Article) - 2/18/2008 7:35:09 PM
A most helpful and informative Article, and for free to boot, thank you, and bless you! Jasmin Horst

The Law of Attraction: How to Think About Motivational Philosophies (Article) - 2/15/2008 5:56:55 AM
enjoyed the read

The Law of Attraction: How to Think About Motivational Philosophies (Article) - 2/14/2008 2:09:55 PM
We Really Do Live In Different Worlds-Huh! Credit For Illuminating Write! TRASK

Let's Not Do Another Bush Blunder With John McCain (Article) - 2/14/2008 2:24:01 AM
I think John McCain has earned the highest honors this country can bestow upon him. What he did in Vietnam has earned him a “such as John McCain” reference in dictionary under the words, Honor, Integrity, Bravery, and Patriot. His actions also deserve mention in our history books along with Nathan Hale. He deserved to do anything he wanted to do upon his return. I wish the heck he didn‘t choose politics though. He‘s a very bright guy and he learned all of the rules and what it cost to be a politician in Washington. The problem is, I just don’t agree with his thinking on most issues. I wish the heck he would have choose business and was chairman of the board of some fortune 100 company. I could see him as secretary of labor or the interior and may be an ambassador. But I’m afraid as much as I admire the courage and Patriotism he had shown, I just can’t see him as turning this country around. God Bless you John McCain, you will always have my deepest respect , admiration and gratitude for what you had done.

The 14 Focal Points of Personal Growth: #8 Education (Article) - 2/1/2008 12:08:42 PM
You are quite right Jeff. I was a social worker for thirty years. It is sad, and astonishing, that we put so little work into helping people understand themselves, others, problems-olving etc. We set people off in the world to do the most difficult jobs there are ie being spouses and parents, with little guidence. The wreckage of relationship breakdown, child abuse, delinquency, depression, conflict between groups is in large part a function of this fact. Of course the lack of socia/economic justice for many people is another huge factor in all of these issues as well. Good write. Malcolm Watts MSW Author Reflections from Shadow

Ranked #38,914 on Amazon! (Article) - 1/18/2008 1:01:43 PM
Thank you for this direct and helpful guidance. It's good to hear someone "tell it like it is." Congratulations on your book and its success. We aspiring writers appreciate the successful author's willingness to share the wealth through good advice.

Global Warming is a Left Wing Power Ploy . . . Or is it? (Article) - 1/12/2008 4:19:11 AM
Alas, somebody is finally going to something about the weather. Politicians and Hollywood celebrities no less. I feel better now. I’m sure the corporations will jump in too. How about adding some green dye to gasoline. It would only cost a penny a gallon. Then they could charge 50 cent a gallon more, by calling it low cal enviro -gas, (LCEG) or better yet Earth Gas. Sounds like a winner to me. That with a couple of new laws targeting the little people (middle class) should cool things down a bit. Now what new laws should we be coming with to persecute the little people in order to save them from Volcanoes, Floods and asteroid collisions? Quite frankly, I think we’d all feel better if they just blamed global warming and all other natural disasters or events on second hand tobacco smoke. We're already persecuting the hell out of those people, so it would just be a matter of adding to the list. Say..along the same lines, is there any truth to the rourmor that Al is going to give all of those millions of dollars he and family made from tobacco back to smokers? In any event , a well written article.

Global Warming is a Left Wing Power Ploy . . . Or is it? (Article) - 1/12/2008 1:42:46 AM
Global warming? Not out here in East Texas. We have not seen a triple-digit summer for the past three years. Regardless, the glacial sheets in the arctic, and in the Himilayas, is melting rapidly. The Eskimos are saying they will not be able to sustain their way of life (their way of life might be highly improved if they moved to Florida). A recent study of one such glacier revealed that it had moved almost 350 yards toward the sea in the past year, and that off-shore ice-bergs had about doubled during the same period. In these areas, warming equals melting, and the needs of reality are being met with alarm. Some scientists are saying that the average level of the ocean is rising (wake up, New Orleans). That said, did we cause this with our little spray cans and car exhausts? Or is it a normal cycle of Ma Nature? 30- to 50-thousand years ago, a good part of North America was glacier-covered. 27-thousand years ago, the deserts of Arizona and New Mexico were marshes and lakes and forests, water-fed from the glacial melt-off. Now THAT was global warming. Result was that the ocean rose more than 130 feet (some put it at 180 feet). San Francisco Bay was meadow-land. Hawaii looked a lot taller in those days. But, just in case, maybe you should throw away all of your spray-cans (learn to spritz), and ride a bicycle to work (yeah, right!) ... remembering, of course, that Ethanol emits combustion gases and batteries emit acidic fumes (oops). The good news is that we are hearing serious talk about creating green-collar jobs - people who will be trained to correct environmental problems. With all the out-sourcing of jobs, we could certainly use the help. But, while you are thinking about it (see, I knew what you were thinking), run up to Alaska and bring an Eskimo back home with you. Ted

Global Warming is a Left Wing Power Ploy . . . Or is it? (Article) - 1/11/2008 9:59:55 PM
Jeff, This is well both written and an enjoyable read. I have read some of the contrary views on global warming. I have also read the contrary views of another small group of eminent scientists regarding AIDS. Over here it's been a huge issue, and our president was lambasted for taking council from 'cranks'. You wouldn't believe the s**t he took for having an open mind. We each of us have to make our own choice on where we stand, using the evidence to hand. But when the logic of scientific discourse is distorted and even supplanted by emotion we are all placed in an environment within which we are manipulated into reaction rather than facilitated in our thinking. Truth be known though, very few of those who seek our support want us to actually THINK - this would disadvantage politicians, evangelists, advertisers and so on. And so they bombard us with emotive phrases. Their motto is PLEASE DON'T THINK - JUST BELIEVE IN MY SHAMPOO OR CAR OR WEATHER PREDICTION OR GOD OR POLITICS -JUST BELIEVE - PLEASE!!!!! DON'T THINK!!! Thanks for a good write that MIGHT return a few sheep to the path of thought. Keith

Global Warming is a Left Wing Power Ploy . . . Or is it? (Article) - 1/11/2008 6:27:46 PM
1969 CALIFORNIA(Mexi-Fornia) Puled Over: $60 Billion In Smog Taxes on Cars/Trucks Alone... Just 40 Years Later= What Do You Think They Greed Mongering Politician$ Are Sucking In Billion$ Fraudulent TAXES Now!? It Global Warming: Is Making Greed Mongers Politician$ Even Greedier $$ While 43 + Millions USA Homeless Live Sleep Streets-Most Little Children Starving For Food...Thats Low End Estimated Statistics... TRASK

The 14 Focal Points of Personal Growth: #3 Accountability (Article) - 1/3/2008 8:43:35 AM
The 14 Focal Points of Personal Growth: #3 Accountability" is a bountiful banquet to feed minds of every social stratum, and to strike the dreaming soul. ACCOUNTABILITY AND RELIABILITY are words that commence and close the day of the winner. They are the first and last words of the victor's lexicon. In admiration, Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU

Failure in Life is Necessary, Essential; It Will Set You Free! (Article) - 1/2/2008 9:19:51 PM
Thanks for a perspective in "failure." I'm not sure if we stretch it to the point of teaching courses (including advanced course level) on "failure". I think we should learn from our mistakes, and not repeat them. I think there is an element of failure in every success. Failure should not be the goal, but one of the learning curves in existence. The strength of the article is in its affirmation of the fact that we do experience failure, but we do not remain failures. We learn from our failures.

The 14 Focal Points of Personal Growth: #3 Accountability (Article) - 1/1/2008 10:30:19 AM
informative read

The Cure for Cancer: Hollywood Fame (Poetry) - 3/11/2008 12:14:54 PM
The wonderful life of a "Superstar", so why do they have so many problems?

Zero is Greater Than Nothing (Poetry) - 2/26/2008 10:45:21 AM
Great work i suppose you get a 0 out of 10 then ???? Keep it up, I a counting on you for inspiration. Thanks S

The Poet the Patient (Poetry) - 2/26/2008 10:42:25 AM
Exellent poem. Loved the image of the "bucktoothed sage" Bravo S

The Cure for Cancer: Hollywood Fame (Poetry) - 2/26/2008 10:40:03 AM
I think that was a great poem. thanks for sharing. :>

The Poet the Patient (Poetry) - 2/25/2008 10:45:20 AM
"The Poet the Patient" is an outstanding composition. I have enjoyed this one. In admiration, Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU

Zero is Greater Than Nothing (Poetry) - 2/23/2008 10:17:38 AM
This is a great philosophical analysis of the round number. It also leaves a flash of cognition that supports the building of will power. This "Zero is Greater Than Nothing" has delivered a great message. I thank the author for sharing this magnificent composition. In gratitude and admiration, Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU

The Cure for Cancer: Hollywood Fame (Poetry) - 2/23/2008 10:00:23 AM
Many ponderations in wise poemization of social hypnotic trance... This composition depicts and satirizes the ways of superficial living. "The Cure for Cancer: Hollywood Fame" has developed its message in grand style. In admiration, Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU

The Cure for Cancer: Hollywood Fame (Poetry) - 2/17/2008 12:18:44 AM
unique! V*

The Cure for Cancer: Hollywood Fame (Poetry) - 1/30/2008 6:53:12 AM
I like this!

Zero is Greater Than Nothing (Poetry) - 1/26/2008 8:15:55 AM
You are very talented....This goes into my library....I want my bros and sis to read this exceptional work...Thanks...love n luck...BHUWAN!!!

Zero is Greater Than Nothing (Poetry) - 1/25/2008 9:54:29 PM
Very clever!! :) Sound suspiciously like a genius. Math whiz, I'm not, but my father was. Built a business without once using a calculator. Ah, well. Couldn'a written a poem if his life depended on it. You, on the other hand, are makin' me look bad. Cut it out! Just kidding. Nice work!! 'N. Awe.' :)

Zero is Greater Than Nothing (Poetry) - 1/25/2008 8:18:12 PM
That was so good-(zero) the seed of the beginning- Pharaoh- Hero-enjoyed

What a Ball Player! (Poetry) - 1/24/2008 11:33:41 AM
Hilarious! & definitely a great take on the great hype we give atheletes who are still very much mortal like us all. Keep Balling Man!

The Poet's Longtime Fan (Sometime After the Book Signing) (Poetry) - 1/22/2008 6:59:11 PM
very cool!

The Poet's Longtime Fan (Sometime After the Book Signing) (Poetry) - 1/21/2008 11:41:56 PM
Well now, you do pose quiet a question, but will there ever be an answer, I wonder.... Be safe, Karen

The Poet's Longtime Fan (Sometime After the Book Signing) (Poetry) - 1/21/2008 4:12:45 AM
Intriguing question on the closing stanza. The message through the lines of "The Poet's Longtime Fan (Sometime After the Book Signing)" alerts one to understand communication. In admiration, Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU

The Poet's Longtime Fan (Sometime After the Book Signing) (Poetry) - 1/20/2008 6:44:44 PM
Interesting! ... how we perceive others, their impact on us, and the feelings that are left behind. God bless you. Kathy

Hope is Wearing Mittens Signing its Message to the Blind (Poetry) - 1/18/2008 7:25:05 PM
I like the diverse of Your themes and poetic discipline. "Hope is Wearing Mittens Signing its Message to the Blind" shines. Keep posting, Poet. In admiration, Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU

The Poet the Patient (Poetry) - 1/18/2008 7:19:13 PM
Center line poetic writing is a poetic form from around the third century BC named “PATTERN POETRY”. It is also known as “Emblem Poem, Altar Poem and Carmina Figurata”. In this form, the graphic arrangements form the image of the subject dealt. If one observes the majority of the poems posted by our contemporaries, and in books published lately, one will find that they are centerlined, which reveal a tendency to blind fellowship, which by the users’ misunderstanding it is done under “poetic licence”. Unless one is writing in “PATTERN POETRY”, the using of certerline – is not proper – unless the user wants to follow the anti-art’s norms, which will reveal that the writer doesn’t care for the presentation of his works, and his chosen career. Outstanding composition. (Despite the center line). I have enjoyed this one. In admiration, Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU

What a Ball Player! (Poetry) - 1/16/2008 10:10:54 AM
Striking... "What a Ball Player!" shines. In admiration, Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU

What a Ball Player! (Poetry) - 1/14/2008 8:28:02 PM
Think you caught a home run with this one. Listen to the crowd roar.... Be safe, Karen

Life: A Multi Act Play or Requiem for Those Who Delay (Poetry) - 1/12/2008 11:46:42 AM
I am impressed with the magnitude of Your quills. Never rest Your pen. "Life: A Multi Act Play or Requiem for Those Who Delay" stands for a great ontological and teleological discussions, and on mytheological (Myth + theology) analysis of the picture of our time. In admiration. Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU

Lost Territory (Poetry) - 1/12/2008 11:26:24 AM
I have enjoyed the reading of an impressive story-poem. "Lost Territory" glows. I salute You, Poet. In admiration, Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU

Life: A Multi Act Play or Requiem for Those Who Delay (Poetry) - 1/11/2008 6:36:40 PM
REVELATION: Your Just Rewards Are Not Of In This Holy Hell World... TRASK

This is the Last Dance? If so We Should Sing (Poetry) - 1/10/2008 5:12:24 PM
The symbolism is superb, and the imagery bears the colors of the rainbow of the Poet's heedful eyes and mind to poetize this magnificent poem, "This is the Last Dance? If so We Should Sing", which diffuses the scent of a poetic flower. In admiration, Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU

Spiritual Gonzo (Poetry) - 1/10/2008 5:01:24 PM
Very intriguing. I have enjoyed the reading of "Spiritual Gonzo". In admiration, Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU

Fossil and Root (Poetry) - 1/10/2008 4:56:48 PM
A philosophical poetic masterpiece ~ enchanting the reader's imagination to ignite the dynamo of creative thinking. "Fossil and Root" flows on waves of eternity and etches its platinum letters on the doors of NOW. In admiration, Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU

Cyber Cafe (Poetry) - 1/10/2008 1:45:17 AM
I like this "Cyber Cafe"... A unique a wise-wit composition... A poetic task accomplished; delivered with the seal of art. In admiration, Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU

Spiritual Gonzo (Poetry) - 1/9/2008 11:40:29 AM
Awesome imagery brought this to my mind~`*

Spiritual Gonzo (Poetry) - 1/7/2008 11:22:23 PM
Artfully written and very ambitiously descriptive... Be safe, Karen

Spiritual Gonzo (Poetry) - 1/7/2008 5:27:02 PM
i like this alot. it is a different take on spirituality. I've been writing alot on spirituality and aesthetics. You could try a new form however. the layout throws me off at first glance. most ppl, unlike myself, are scared of poetry, and rarely give it a chance.

Missionary Mishap (Poetry) - 1/2/2008 7:20:06 PM
Think you have pretty well summed it up to a perfection. Hopefully things can and will improve.... Be safe, Karen

Missionary Mishap (Poetry) - 1/2/2008 2:14:54 AM
Excellent historical narrative scribed in flowing prose. Love it. Keith

Platitude and Attitude (Poetry) - 1/2/2008 1:46:06 AM
A visit to this Den is a learning pleasing experience. It is an honor to get familiar with this sample of works of this Poet. Thank You for honoring the language and for enriching the history of Poetry. I have enjoyed the reading of "Platitude and Attitude". In admiration, Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU

Too Many Years and Then . . . (Poetry) - 1/2/2008 1:31:52 AM
"Too Many Years and Then . . ." an intriguing dance of words and deep thoughts. A poetic grand. In admiration, Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU

It's in the Air Tonight (Poetry) - 1/2/2008 1:15:50 AM
I have enjoyed the poemization of this ontological poem for its deep feelings... "It's in the Air Tonight" flows and glows throughout its poetized emotions and rich imagery. In admiration, Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU

Convention is Suspect (Poetry) - 1/2/2008 1:03:12 AM
A combo of wise-wit satire in "Convention is Suspect" rings the bells of social awareness. I liked what I read! Thanking You for adding value to the pages of Poetry. I salute You, Poet. In admiration, Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU

Missionary Mishap (Poetry) - 1/2/2008 12:53:11 AM
"Missionary Mishap" is full accomplished poetic task. Magnificent literary page to enrich the history of Poetry. I like it for its subjects developed into full picture of our days' political and ontological functions. I think the best comment to it is: "READ IT AGAIN and check the last twenty years of history." May the author of "Missionary Mishap" enjoy a long healthy creative life and a successful writing career. Respectfully, Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU

Convention is Suspect (Poetry) - 12/21/2007 3:24:36 PM
Very funny. I just hope I can do better with the garage.

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