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Offline Noelle

Re: Dream Act
« Reply #50 on: December 19, 2010, 04:27:20 PM »
I don't need factual evidence to come to an opinion that being a minority is some kind of excuse to ignore, bypass or otherwise cast aside a reasonable expectation that one identify themselves. Most, if not all state agencies provide these requirements in multiple languages, and certainly in Spanish. If the government needs to do a better job of educating disenfranchised minorities, then sure, let's do a better job of that.

Identifying one's self is plainly, and clearly a reasonable requirement. I don't need numbers, data or quotes to come to that very reasonable opinion.

You don't really seem to need factual evidence to make any of your claims at all, so maybe you should reconsider your debate tactics because it's kind of hard to have an intelligent discussion based on absolutely nothing.

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Re: Dream Act
« Reply #51 on: December 19, 2010, 04:32:19 PM »
So when this thread is unlocked, I would like people to return prepared to discuss the DREAM act itself, and perhaps direct repercussions of said act.

Thank you.