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Continue reading "Statehood for Puerto Rico now, will not improve its economic situation. Globalization of business and industry affects the United States also. If accepted as a state, Puerto Rico would be competing with the poorest states in the nation. Those states are some of the most underserved in the WORLD."
Continue reading "Yes, you may get a scholarship, but first, put on the swimsuit, let’s see what you got 😈 Miss Teen USA Drops the Swimsuit Competition: It’s a Good Start | E! News"
Continue reading "Puerto Rico is not going to let go of the small amount of sovereign power they have without opposition from the people of Puerto Rico. Puerto Rico no va a delegar el poco control que tiene sobre su gobierno sin ninguna oposicion de la gente."
Continue reading "This is what Wall Street wants to do with Puerto Rico: charge for essential services now provided by the local government at low cost. NYTimes: When You Dial 911 and Wall Street Answers the Call"
Continue reading "Baby I’m Amazed… Trump is competing with himself in using the descriptive word “amazed” as many times as possible in one sentence. Therefore, competing with typical high school students in a low performing school."
Continue reading "Why did Puerto Rico have to borrow money in the first place? Who put a gun to the head of the vulture fund hedge fund investors to force them to lend money to the struggling island?"
Continue reading "Talk about the status of Puerto Rico is irrelevant if it does not lead to substantial assistance to become truly self-governing. Colonization has failed. Let Puerto Rico take care of itself, Spain had already given Puerto Rico independence when it was forcefully grabbed by the United States for its purposes."
Continue reading "Recomended reading: “White Trash” on America’s long history of expendable classes of people, terms used to describe them, and planned functions for those groups since the “discovery” of America by Europe."
Continue reading "“more concern is being shown for vulture hedge funds holding the island’s debt than for millions of Puerto Ricans suffering from the collapse of their economy”"