I based my post on the overwhelming evidence of every study on the subject that has ever been done.
I already provided the name of one world-renown and respected economist who pointed out that you are not wholly correct (and honestly, not wholly incorrect either). His name was Milton Friedman. Below are links to him giving a lecture on this very subject. (A lecture where he gives conclusions based on his many studies of economics, labor, and the workforce...)
Part 1 : https://www.youtube.com/watch?...
Part 2 : https://www.youtube.com/watch?...
Another very well respected economist disagrees, again at least in part. His name is Thomas Sowell. He has also conducted many economic studies and evaluated economic models that disagree with several of your premises. Here are links to him speaking about his conclusions :
Interview 1 : https://www.youtube.com/watch?...
Interview 2 : https://www.youtube.com/watch?...
So no, not every study agrees. Not every economist agrees. But, like this administration as mastered, if you tell the lie often enough a lack wit populace will most likely start to believe you. I challenge you to read the studies from these individuals and consider their findings before speaking the lie again.
No, I will make you face the reality in the opposite direction - if you deport the current 11 million odd immigrants, you'll put pretty much the ENTIRE 350 Americans out of work. Every employed American owes his job to those immigrants.
Logical evidence please.
I have this crazy idea that we're all citizens of Earth, and all policies that suggest which patch of dirt you're allowed to stand on, and for how long, are fundamentally evil and racist.
I bet if I let my dog shit on your lawn every day you'd change your tune in a big fucking hurry.
The parents whoms kids you kicked out also want an education for their kids.
No, they dont. And that's the god damn problem. They dont want shit for their kids. They laugh when the kids are belligerent assholes. They encourage them to be bullies. They allow them to show disrespect. They teach them to protest every god damn thing under the sun, and to shift any and all possible blame for any situation they find themselves in to some other evil, imagined or otherwise, and give them no understanding at all about fixing the god damn problem themselves.
So it is the parents fault if kids don't "integrate", get no education end up in crimes and jail? Can't be as you obviously think it is the kids fault? Or is it the teachers fault? Or the fault of idiots like you?
It is the parent's fault. Entirely the parent's fault. It is not the state's responsibility to raise well-mannered kids. The lack of education stems very first from the lack of value parent's place in education. At the worst school in the country, a child with a parent who emphasizes education will receive a usable education. Better still, a parent who does not assume that education ends in a classroom will further that education at home, even if its as simple as instilling a habit in a child to look up a word they dont know in the god damn dictionary. I can blame the child for bad behavior right up to the point that the realization sinks in that the parent didn't properly discourage bad behavior. I will give a certain degree of leeway in the case of systemically cancerous environments like the inner cities, because the child is bombarded by bad influences. But at that point I place the remainder of the blame on the state which has fed the cancer at every turn with well-meaning but disastrous policies.
If kids can't behave and sit quiet, put them into sports, lots of sports. Probably in a martial arts class, too! Prevent them from drinking coke and coffee and tea.
I agree! absolutely! The god damn PARENTS should do exactly this ! I do! My kids have been in competitive travel hockey since age 6. (Their idea, btw, so dont start with the parent living vicariously thru the kid, over aggressive sports bullshit.) We've spent a fortune keeping them in the programs, flying them out of state for tournaments and driving them to thousands of practices and games. We invested in them. They have summer jobs. They have chores they must complete every week or their cellphone just magically stops working, or their car just magically lost it's wheels. They have learned the joys of success in being competitive, and they pain of failing to live up to their responsibilities. This is MY job.
Not a teacher!
Not a school administrator!
Not the fucking mayor or some other elected jackass!
It is not the responsibility of every taxpayer to even pay for a person to direct kids to those activities, let alone pay for the activities!
This is MY job, as it is the job of every parent.
Get a damn clue what is wrong with them. And when you are in a teaching position, you god damn care for them and don't kick them out because their parents suck.
You're a fucking idiot if you think anyone is going to suggest booting a kid out of school for occasionally talking in class, or for sometimes doing stupid shit. Every kid no matter how well behaved does that. I'm obviously talking about the kid who is constanatly disruptive, constantly fails to perform, and refuses any assistance to modify behavior or achieve. Yes, ultimately it's the parent's fault. Yes, ultimately its the kid who suffers. But quite frankly, better that kid who is being a jackass than every kid around him who is attempting to get something out of their education.
You are an idiot and I hope you never have kids or are someone caring for other peoples kids.
I am a parent, and I have two very well-behaved, happy, healthy boys. They get compliments constantly for their discipline and their thoughtfulness. The older one has moved out, and although he is not yet 20 he already has his CDL, and has a job running heavy equipment making 3 times what any of his friends makes, and putting himself thru night classes at college. ALL his ideas BTW, and nothing that his mother or I guided him to. We didnt have to. Why? Because we set a foundation that included a sense of personal responsibility with him, and he just naturally follows it now. He just randomly dropped by with his girlfriend yesterday to hang out for a while and see if we needed any help on a project we were doing at the house. Wasn't asked. Wasn't guilted or anything. Just showed up. So he must really hate us for the way he was raised. Oh, and he volunteers as a youth mentor for young hockey players. His brother is following the same sort of paths, though he's younger. I am 100% positive that my children will continue to be valuable and respected members of society, and that they will continue to challenge themselves and continue to have self-respect and continue to find happiness.
So tell me again how I'm harming kids by believing in them, and knowing that they are capable of being good, honest people and holding them accountable to that, rather than hand-held whiny brats that think their shit cant stink and the sun rises at their pleasure.
Everybody likes a kidder, but nobody lends him money. -- Arthur Miller