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305 days ago.
by Kendall78
Tiredofit
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what is the imigration bill really about

The dems are seeking to legalize 11 to 20 million new voters to secure their power for the foreseeable future and turn red states blue

 
 

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Tiredofit

Try tearing down your rental trailer and see how.far your rights go

Posted 427 days ago.

Tiredofit

Thinking Nancy has yet another childish name

Posted 427 days ago.

"my legal lease makes that MY property in the eyes of the law."

Your legal rights are superceded by your landlord who can enter your home at his choosing with proper notification and have anyone on his land that he wishes. Other than that, a renter does retain many of the legal rights of the landowner.

Posted 427 days ago.

heywoodjablowme

I see, so you can not defend your statement.

Your style of forum debate is really easy to figure out. Thank you for the stimulating conversation.

Posted 427 days ago.

Tiredofit

Just like the childish name you chose you are not worth talking to

Posted 427 days ago.

heywoodjablowme

"I own land and can make you stay off by force of law" using your simplistic reply as an example

the fact is that as a renter I can have you removed, arrested and place a trespass order on you. the same as ANY land owner.

What differences do you see? a few examples shouldn't be to hard for you to come up with.

Posted 427 days ago.

heywoodjablowme

you were the one who brought up there being a difference. there is none.

my legal lease makes that MY property in the eyes of the law.

perhaps it is you whom needs to read up and educate yourself on renters rights.

yes, let us get back to the illegal immigrants. Where is your blood line from tiredofit?

Posted 427 days ago.

Tiredofit

If you do not understand the difference between owning and renting, its not my place to educate you. Back to the immigration discussion

Posted 427 days ago.

heywoodjablowme

What differences are you referring?

give some examples

Posted 428 days ago.

Tiredofit

Never claimed it was absolute. There are many things a person cannot do on their own land, but there is nothing anyone else can do without my permission, government excluded of course

Posted 428 days ago.

Kendall78

"I own land and can make you stay off by force of law"

If I remember correctly, there was a rancher in AZ that was told that he couldn't do that at all when illegals would cross his land. Personally I think that is wrong but one's "rights" of ownership isn't always absolute.

Posted 428 days ago.

heywoodjablowme

I have to disagree, as a renter it is "my" property by a legal lease agreement.

What differences do you mean?

Posted 428 days ago.

Tiredofit

To some degree they can buy renting is not quite the same

Posted 428 days ago.

heywoodjablowme

A renter can do the same thing.

Posted 429 days ago.

Tiredofit

Well Heywood, come on over and see if you silly arse is not perpwalked off my place

Posted 429 days ago.

Tiredofit

Not the point, I own land and can make you stay off by force of law. Yes I have to pay tax but if I were 65 I could claim homestead and pay no tax. Point remains, I can call the law and have you removed

Posted 429 days ago.

mythravere

Could not agree more with that last comment. If a person decided to take their land and live off of it and not have much conventional income they'd still have to pay taxes. So much for freedom.

Posted 430 days ago.

heywoodjablowme

You are nothing but a renter. Try not paying your taxes and see exactly what it is you "own".

Posted 431 days ago.

heywoodjablowme

you're right Kendall, of course it was the wholesale slaughter that caused that to be true.

Posted 431 days ago.

mythravere

A person that owns land still has only limited rights. If all the own is the surface rights they can still get the short end of the stick. A drilling company can come in and drill on your property and you cant do anything about it.

Posted 431 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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