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Reader comment on item: [Charlotte's Web and] The Hezbollah in America: An Alarming Network
in response to reader comment: I agree

Submitted by HILDA E. DAVIS (United States), Aug 18, 2007 at 01:48

We need to raise our children to be aware of many things in today's world. As I stated, we no longer live in the 60's 70's or 80's, this is a whole new world we live in. We also need to teach our parent that it's a different world, and certainly not one they're used to either. All American's need to open their eyes and look around them, be aware of everything that goes on. Who runs the convenience store, who runs the little super market, or coffee house or local cigar store in your area????

I'd be willing to bet your state didn't ask if they were in the U.S. Legally when they opened there business and obtained a business license either. Wonder why our law makers are still living in dream land and can't understand the necessity of obtaining additional information before issuing a license to open a business to someone that's in our country illegally? Talk to your congressmen and senators, and your state legislatures, ask them to make changes that will preven these unlawful things from happening.

Good luck to you and yours


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