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posted by Sockpuppet in Politics

What really constitutes a country?

January 25, 2013

Yesterday on the article about Republicans doing their soul searching I notice a comment about how they (republicans) shipped our jobs over seas. This made me wonder about why some Liberals argue for amnesty for immigrants. Certainly these people are here for a better way of life than their former country could offer but aren't they also occupying jobs that those of us here could be doing? Bush made a comment about the immigrants doing the jobs that americans aren't willing to do but is that really so? Are we natural born citizens above such work or are we not willing to do it so cheaply?
What really constitutes as a border? Race, Religion, Culture? Do we even really have borders today? Our military seems to be under the impression that the world is their playground; Is prudent? and for who? Did the Republicans really ship our jobs off or are we just not willing to work anymore? What really constitutes a country?

bor·der /ˈbôrdər/Noun
A line separating two political or geographical areas, esp. countries.

Verb
Form an edge along or beside (something): "a pool bordered by palm trees".

Synonyms
noun. edge - verge - margin - boundary - frontier - limit
verb. abut - edge - hem - verge - bound - fringe - adjoin

coun·try /ˈkəntrē/Noun
1.A nation with its own government, occupying a particular territory.
2.The people of a nation.

Synonyms
land - region - nation - ground - soil - countryside

na·tion
/ˈnāSHən/Noun
1.A large aggregate of people united by common descent, history, culture, or language, inhabiting a particular country or territory.
2.A North American Indian people or confederation of peoples.

Synonyms
people - folk - country - nationality - land - race

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