Visit to Social Security office makes me worry

2013-04-24T00:00:00Z Visit to Social Security office makes me worry
April 24, 2013 12:00 am

America, what has happened to you? With the recent terrorist act in Boston, it got me thinking. What happened to America and how we welcome all in?

I was sitting earlier in the day at the Social Security office to have a card replaced, and I will tell you the English language is dead. I heard every language under the sun, and to top it off, they are applying for benefits.

So sad. Just lost people. In fact, the security guard had to get them a ticket because they don't know how to read the machine to register. Where will they fit in society? Mothers with babies talking in a foreign tongue. Is this the future of America?

I believe that is why we are being bombed. The American who was born here, worked here, built the country, is today a second class citizen, and the politician is for the foreigner.

- Art Mullen, Dyer

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