JANUARY 1, 2008
THE COUNTRY CORNER
IRAQI HOCKEY PLAYER
Detroit Red Wings foreign
scout flies to Baghdad to watch a
young Iraqi play hockey in
the new American sponsored league
and is suitably impressed and
arranges for him to come over to
the US .
Last night my wife and I were sitting in
the den and I said to her,
"I never want to live in a vegetative
state, dependent on some
machine and fluids from a bottle to keep
me alive. That would be no quality of
life at all, If that ever happens, just
pull the plug."
A young Alabama man goes to a drug store and
says to the pharmacist:
"I got a hot date tonight, an'
U. S. = us
Immigrants 65 or older can now apply for SSI and Medicaid and receive more than a U.S. Citizen born in the 1920s. For example, an American born in 1924 with a median income who worked from 1944 to 2004 receives $791 a month. Incredibly, the federal government provides a single immigrant with a monthly allowance of $1,890. In addition, each immigrant can obtain $580 in social assistance for a total of $2,470 a month. This contrasts to a single American taxpayer who, after contributing for 40-50 years, receives a monthly maximum of $1,012 in old-age pension and Guaranteed Income Supplement.
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