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There's a point when the justice system needs to put him away for a good amount of time after being arrested seven times. Maybe if he had, his eighth arrest (which came as a result of killing two people with his vehicle) would have never happened.
There is a Riverdale, Maryland as well.
Did you really just try to correlate the crucifixion of Jesus to the fact that our Hispanic brothers and sisters are having a difficult time getting state benefits and/or driver's licenses? The mumbo-jumbo you typed is politically-centered and has nothing to do with the crucifixion.
The crucifixion was Jesus dying for the sins of all people on Earth. In no way, shape or form has anyone seeking a driver's license or state benefits received that type of punishment. You're trying to make a correlation between two things that are nowhere near each other.
As far as your statements, you're only giving a piece of the story. It's not aimed at all immigrants, it's only illegal immigrants. Tell the entire story, not just part of the story.
Curious how it stays the same at 7.8%? In the original report, the number was 7.7% for November, but it was later adjusted. However, the AP, nor any other news organizations reported this. So, we stay the same, but these news organizations have failed to give updates when it actually changes. Don't be surprised if there's an adjustment to 7.8% and we're not told about it. Then, January numbers will be 8% and the story will again be that it didn't rise.
actually 73 was the first and 74 was the second
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