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If you were President of the United States of America?

1. End the war in Iraq as soon as possible. But responsible, stay in until the Iraqi Government can protect itself from internal and external threats.

2. Legalize Abortion, Im a Republican, but who am I to say what a woman can and can not do with her body. The fetus isn't born, and as such has no rights and is deemed property.

3. Legalize and put funding into clonning and stem cell research. Curing cancer is a must, and clonning needs would be good for a "clone army", 100 years down the road.

4. Destroy X amount of U.S dollars to raise the value of it.

5. Give inccentives for companies to stay in the U.S and not out source to other countries.

6. Allow drilling off shore, and in Alaska.

7. Put federal funding to invest in alternative fuels, to make the country less dependant on Foreign oil.

8. Completely re-haul the Public Education system.

9. Build a "Great wall of America", across the U.S/Mexico Border, with Border patrol agents on the wall every mile or so.

10. Create a "NAU" North American Union, basically to boost our economy, and Mexico's economy,and use 1 currency between the U.S/Canada/Mexico. The only way we can compete with Europe.

11. Keep health care privatized, however give states the option of "universal health care"

12. Press Iran as far as we can diplomatically and if it fails use Military force to stop it from progressing in nucluear weapons development.

Just some general things

What is the biggest hoax in American society?

The biggest hoax in American society is the hoax Americans play on themselves, meaning, lying about our own country's history. In schoolbooks, on television, lies told to support more lies:The United States has not always been a destination “lined with streets of gold” for weary immigrants. It wasn't until after WWII that America gained a little respect as an educated, cultured nation. Yet, even today Europeans refer to us as low-class cowboys. Fast-food, coca cola, television, video screen junkies.Americans love to discuss the origins of black people in this country. The slavery, the struggle, the color of one's skin. But no one discusses class and ancestry. Black American ancestors were not slaves. They were prisoners of tribal warfare among some African kingdoms in the 17-18th centuries. For money, the captors sold the prisoners to Europeans. It was the Europeans who then enslaved the African prisoners.Speaking of Europeans, one unspoken fact, if not the largest hoax, is the silent omission from the textbooks that millions of English criminals (thieves, prostitutes, rapists and murderers) were systematically deported and dumped onto the shores of the New World. For over two centuries. The English jails were overcrowded, so to escape being HANGED….well, there you go…Australia readily admits its penal colony origins, but the US relies on the ‘indentured servitude" thing to explain away the history of the poor Americans in this country. Today, anyone “white" can simply claim that his ancestors sailed across on the Mayflower, that harbinger of Puritan sanctity.Socio-economic class is rarely discussed in the US, because race is just simpler to comprehend. White is white, black is black, we get that. And intellectual debate, about facts? FORGET ABOUT IT! Do you know how many Americans have accused me of “talking white" and using big words, and just being plain uppity?Because of this hoax, the arguments about race, immigration, and racial supremacy will continue until eternity retires.

If you were President of the United States of America?

1. End the war in Iraq as soon as possible. But responsible, stay in until the Iraqi Government can protect itself from internal and external threats.

2. Legalize Abortion, Im a Republican, but who am I to say what a woman can and can not do with her body. The fetus isn't born, and as such has no rights and is deemed property.

3. Legalize and put funding into clonning and stem cell research. Curing cancer is a must, and clonning needs would be good for a "clone army", 100 years down the road.

4. Destroy X amount of U.S dollars to raise the value of it.

5. Give inccentives for companies to stay in the U.S and not out source to other countries.

6. Allow drilling off shore, and in Alaska.

7. Put federal funding to invest in alternative fuels, to make the country less dependant on Foreign oil.

8. Completely re-haul the Public Education system.

9. Build a "Great wall of America", across the U.S/Mexico Border, with Border patrol agents on the wall every mile or so.

10. Create a "NAU" North American Union, basically to boost our economy, and Mexico's economy,and use 1 currency between the U.S/Canada/Mexico. The only way we can compete with Europe.

11. Keep health care privatized, however give states the option of "universal health care"

12. Press Iran as far as we can diplomatically and if it fails use Military force to stop it from progressing in nucluear weapons development.

Just some general things

Isn't this the biggest national economy rip off in history!!!?

It's a cultural society thing where the poor hand out addicted demographic is not only tolerated by the mainstream but advocated by those who politically gain from it. You have two extremes at play here. One is who goes right after the messenger instead of the message. That's the duck-dodge and distractor from facts mentality. Then you have the body politic of liberalism where just last night, national news is now reporting that the dems will make income between rich and poor their primary campaign platform for this years midterms.

An attempt to rally the very demographic who lives on other people's money as a way of life and the libs are more than damn glad to continue to dish it out and keep them sheepled in for votes.

To deny this comes from the very group of people who in fact cause it, then go into auto-pilot blaming someone else. << And that....is ground zero to the biggest national economy rip off in history!!!

From the pockets of the nation's majority middle class --- to the hands of those who get it without having to earn it. Then they go viral when they don't get it. Dems this year are now about to pi$$ gas on the fire all for votes. Then what? Nothing changes just like the past decades of birthing another generation of misfit ghetto dwellers on other people's money who grow up and repeat the cycle with new issued EBT cards hoping Walmart's POS system crashes causing a no limit purchase night. Then blame the rich because they don't get more to satisfy the hand out addiction.

Only an idiot denies this.

Isn't this the biggest national economy rip off in history!!!?

It's a cultural society thing where the poor hand out addicted demographic is not only tolerated by the mainstream but advocated by those who politically gain from it. You have two extremes at play here. One is who goes right after the messenger instead of the message. That's the duck-dodge and distractor from facts mentality. Then you have the body politic of liberalism where just last night, national news is now reporting that the dems will make income between rich and poor their primary campaign platform for this years midterms.

An attempt to rally the very demographic who lives on other people's money as a way of life and the libs are more than damn glad to continue to dish it out and keep them sheepled in for votes.

To deny this comes from the very group of people who in fact cause it, then go into auto-pilot blaming someone else. << And that....is ground zero to the biggest national economy rip off in history!!!

From the pockets of the nation's majority middle class --- to the hands of those who get it without having to earn it. Then they go viral when they don't get it. Dems this year are now about to pi$$ gas on the fire all for votes. Then what? Nothing changes just like the past decades of birthing another generation of misfit ghetto dwellers on other people's money who grow up and repeat the cycle with new issued EBT cards hoping Walmart's POS system crashes causing a no limit purchase night. Then blame the rich because they don't get more to satisfy the hand out addiction.

Only an idiot denies this.

Do non-black americans really understand the racism that we go through everyday?

It's simply that we all go through racism , not just blacks . I live in an area that is mostly hispanic , I am white and a minority where I live . I have been turned down for a few jobs because I don't speak spanish . That would be ok , but I also am not allowed services that I see people all around me getting . I can no longer work due to advanced arthritis in my feet . supposedly my husband makes too much money for me to be able to get disability . My husband brings home $1600 a month after child support ,and our rent is $850. some of the cheapest in our area .Some of the people that my husband work with are hispanics , I've met them and they are the best people he works with , hard workers and nice guys . But here's the thing ,each one of them is married to a woman who's getting welfare , food stamps , medi-cal .They have rolls of money in their pockets . One of the wives even owns a restaraunt . I have no health care period . I can't get help from anyone .We live in a falling down trailer , I wear broken glasses and my vision is 25/400 .I can't wear shoes , only clogs , but I have 1 pair and that is worn out . I've been wearing the same clothes for 7 yrs. rarely do I get anything new .Before my feet got so bad I worked front desk for 10 years . I had bought a vehicle which had to be repossesed .But the very worst thing of it all is the fact that no one cares , because we are white . we've been told that you have to be stupid to be poor if you're white . Neither my husband or myself had the benefit of an education beyond high school . I had never heard of grants and the money wasn't there . We both have survived because of hard work .But our neighbors who also don't have educations and work hard , also have the benefit of free health care and what ever subsidies the government can possibly think of to give them . I like our neighbors , they are kind people . But because they aren't white , they have help . Where's the help for me and my hubby who works 60 hr weeks ? Don't talk to me about injustice and inequality , I'll show you how the flag helps everyone unless you are white .

Do non-black americans really understand the racism that we go through everyday?

It's simply that we all go through racism , not just blacks . I live in an area that is mostly hispanic , I am white and a minority where I live . I have been turned down for a few jobs because I don't speak spanish . That would be ok , but I also am not allowed services that I see people all around me getting . I can no longer work due to advanced arthritis in my feet . supposedly my husband makes too much money for me to be able to get disability . My husband brings home $1600 a month after child support ,and our rent is $850. some of the cheapest in our area .Some of the people that my husband work with are hispanics , I've met them and they are the best people he works with , hard workers and nice guys . But here's the thing ,each one of them is married to a woman who's getting welfare , food stamps , medi-cal .They have rolls of money in their pockets . One of the wives even owns a restaraunt . I have no health care period . I can't get help from anyone .We live in a falling down trailer , I wear broken glasses and my vision is 25/400 .I can't wear shoes , only clogs , but I have 1 pair and that is worn out . I've been wearing the same clothes for 7 yrs. rarely do I get anything new .Before my feet got so bad I worked front desk for 10 years . I had bought a vehicle which had to be repossesed .But the very worst thing of it all is the fact that no one cares , because we are white . we've been told that you have to be stupid to be poor if you're white . Neither my husband or myself had the benefit of an education beyond high school . I had never heard of grants and the money wasn't there . We both have survived because of hard work .But our neighbors who also don't have educations and work hard , also have the benefit of free health care and what ever subsidies the government can possibly think of to give them . I like our neighbors , they are kind people . But because they aren't white , they have help . Where's the help for me and my hubby who works 60 hr weeks ? Don't talk to me about injustice and inequality , I'll show you how the flag helps everyone unless you are white .

Why do the Chinese still care about the Nanjing massacre so much?

A week ago I asked my mom if she wanted to go to the Nanjing Massacre Museum with me if we travel to Nanjing some day in the future.“No!” She groaned, her eyes suddenly turned watery red, “I can’t do this. I’m sorry. I just can’t.”I had never seen her like this before. As far as I know, my mom has always been an expert in concealing her vulnerability. That was the first time I observed a mixture of anger, sadness, and incredulity on her face, merely because I asked her if she wanted to visit the Nanjing Massacre Museum with me.My mom looked like she was going to collapse in any second, so I immediately shut my mouth and stopped asking. I felt guilty just bringing this topic up.But mom, why were you so sad? What was about the Nanjing Massacre?A couple of days ago I watched a documentary picturing Chinese women who were inhumanely raped, insulted, and tortured by Japanese soldiers during WW2. Only a few of these women are still alive. For a long time they have refused to share the secrets that have buried their beautiful youths and have cast shadows on their lives. They have been living in endless fear, as if they could never pull themselves out of the nightmares.Maybe you are now casually chatting with your family. Your friends ask you to go fishing and have a barbecue party with them. You have a decent job and do quite well. You watch cooking shows and snuggle with your dog after you go back home. You have a wonderful life.But please do remember that there are always people in the world who can’t be as happy and lucky as you are and who are struggling hard to make a living. There are people who are losing their beloved families and friends, and those scars of losses will be eternally etched on their memories.The families and friends of those 300,000 innocent lives who were brutally killed in the Nanjing Massacre are some of those people aforementioned.EDIT: Thanks for all the upvotes and comments. This is a very, very hard topic for myself and my family to talk about. My grandma witnessed the Japanese burning her village down when she was only eight. My grandpa was sent to the army and had his left leg forever paralyzed. The historical memory of wartime brutality has shaped the way we Chinese live our lives and treat others. Thank you for understanding and I hope that my answer has provided one of the many Chinese perspectives of the second Sino-Japanese war.