I agree. He should absolutely not be buried here. He came to the United States and became a citzen under false pretenses.
Tell his parents to send money for his ticket and ship his body back to them.
There are other people waiting to become citzens who want ot excell in their dreams to be free and are willing to fight for this country to be free. Send all false pretenders back to their home if they cannot behave. When they take the oath in the ceremony to become law abiding citizens, they should be held accountable if they break that vow.
January 7, 2013 at 10:02am
So what about those of who cannot afford the Internet. I have to go to my local library in order to go on to the Internet since I cannot afford Internet connection at home. Also I had to discontinue cable 4 years ago. The price got so high and since I am retired I cannot afford it. I had an antenna installed and that is the only way I can watch TV. There a lot of people out there like me. So I guess it will come down to not watching TV at all and just listen to the radio. Then I guess some idiot will decide to make money by making people not being able to listen to free radio? God help us!
For all of you who are looking for FoxNews:
It's called an antenna. I get over 40 channels and haven't had cable in 5 years. I get tons of TV series programming from Netflix and off the 'net.
Don't buy an antenna before checking out this site, there is a lot of mis-information and rip-off antennas out there.
Oh my GOSH, Stuck-in-CA !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Been searching for this for a year!
A la Carte not far off!
You have the option to get a smart phone and access it that way. Yeah, it comes with a fee, but so does your wired phone.
And unless I'm mistaken, Apple / AT&T have plans that get you the brand new phone for free with a contract. That doesn't get you the Blaze subscription, but it gets you 90% of the way there. Internet, streaming, a screen to watch it on (albeit small)...
You still have to pony up the $100 a year for the subscription. Well worth it, as far as I'm concerned.
I just can't see ponying up that *next* $100 or more for the Roku box when I already have so many ways to access the same content otherwise.
if you want that channel to stick around, don't advertise it.
FoxNews sues anyone who streams their channel without permission and your channel will get a letter of "Cease and Desist" if they get wind of it.
I have known people who were streaming FoxNews on Justintv who got those letters.