Accelerating Abandoned Down Town Rebuilding in America

One thing is certain if you look at the illegal immigration and undocumented worker problems in America there is a bright side. Indeed, that is that we must be doing something right, otherwise everyone would not be coming here in the first place to either live or work. Additionally is speaks also to our economy as unemployment is so low many businesses scramble to get more labor anyway they can.Without judging that issue, let's just say it is a tribute to all we are and all we have built that people are coming here in the first place you see my point? Now then, I would like to make another observation of sorts and that is that many of America's downtown districts are run down and in a state of disrepair.

Many cities have given up as businesses have moved out, fewer jobs, less tax revenue to keep up city services and thus we have some crime and drug issues that we must address. We must take note of this now, as the economy is strong and robust and rebuild our inner cities and small town downtown areas while we have the funding available and the businesses looking to expand more outlets and grow their businesses. Now then here is a quick thought for you today in my;.Accelerating Abandoned Down Town Rebuilding in America Plan.

Let us allow some of the illegal aliens to accelerate their path to citizenship by helping us rebuild our downtowns and then maybe they will consider who this is done and pass the word on and the know how for those back home in their nations so they can rebuild their towns too.We would be doing everyone a favor and also as local volunteers joined; undocumented workers in a common cause they would indeed feel some camaraderie after doing so and it would help blend cultures and dismiss some of the unhealthy racial issues which unfortunately are there whether we address them or not. Just because everyone is PC does not mean their thoughts are as genuine, after all they are humans you know. And humans have always been able to unite in a common cause. So, consider this in 2006.


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