7 self-made immigrant millionaires
These entrepreneurs from diverse backgrounds built their fortunes in a variety of businesses. One wound up in politics.
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They are all very inspirational stories. And proof that in this country, a good idea and hard work pay off.
America is weak country now due to their little infightings
can't you see were in state of civil war non stop.. america
as many say its the HAS BEEN Country..the new super powers
are China,Brazil. E.U and others merging powers.. why..
americans are best at calling each other name i.e he/she is
a tea baggers,he is 'liberal' he is a moron
she is desperate house wife. the media is DESTROYING America
Kids are consumed with porns,alcohol .. in few yrs. there will be no
Nice propaganda piece to promote comprehensive amensty and de facto open borders.
Immigration should be legal and limited to those with truly unique job skills (and not to drive downwages) or those with large amounts of financial capital who start businesses and hire U.S. citizens (not import more of their friends and relatives)
Seize the opportunity, pro-illegals slime! Seize it!
Ohhhhhhhhhh goshhhhhhhhhhhh damm them for taking their piece of the capatalist pie.
You another thing they have in common. They either didnt attend The Regressive Liberal indoctrinating higher education scholastic system or did not obtain liberal arts degrees that so many do and wonder why they cant find jobs after graduating.
If people think our country is such a "has been," then I wish they would stop coming across our borders, looking yet for the American Dream" Stop looking for something "not here anymore" Like looking for what " A needle in a haystack?"
We can come out of this just fine ,except we are allowing people to take advantage of us. This country once had people come here legally and ready to work and their was work around for them to do, but if we do not have it then they should not stay. We cannot continue putting in more and more soup kitchens and volunteering food to pantries in order to feed anyone who just came here looking for free hand out.s
If a person was here legally and won the lottery and became rich, then guess they are just plain lucky. But if they fake it out, then I think they need to go back where they came from and loose it. It is nice to want better for yourself, but that right now is not going to work out here. Matters grow worse each day, because we are straining to keep ends meeting.
The worse convicts are here now, and people are seeing worse crimes than ever! We do not need to be taught how to be a terrorist.
We have a free Country and want to keep it this way. But we no longer can allow people to come here teach us how to be criminals and steal by not being honest about not being legal.
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