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Chicago suburb councilman requests wealthy residents to house illegal immigrants

Naperville Councilman Calls ⁤on Residents to Welcome Illegal ⁤Immigrants‍ into Their Homes

A city ⁣councilman in​ the affluent Chicago‌ suburb of Naperville is urging residents to open their doors​ to illegal immigrants as the migrant crisis continues to devastate the city. ⁣Councilman Josh McBroom believes ​that ‍relying on taxpayer dollars to ‍house migrants is not a sustainable solution and instead proposes that residents voluntarily offer their homes to those in need.

“We have a very affluent‍ community with ⁣many large homes,” McBroom ⁣stated‍ during ⁤a recent council meeting. “I ⁣would like to create a sign-up sheet for individuals who are willing to house migrant families. If there⁢ are people ‍who are willing to do that, God bless ‌them.”

McBroom emphasizes‌ that he does not support ⁢using public funds to aid ‍migrants and believes that the compassionate nature of the community will⁣ prevail. He suggests that interested residents anonymously contact an email address to be listed as potential hosts‌ for migrants.

While McBroom’s proposal ‌has ‌received support from only four out of eleven council members,​ he remains ⁤hopeful‍ that the generosity of Naperville residents will ​make a difference in the ‍lives of those affected by the migrant crisis.

Key Points:

  • Naperville Councilman Josh McBroom wants residents ⁣to voluntarily host illegal immigrants⁤ in‌ their homes.
  • He believes ⁤using taxpayer ⁣dollars to ‌house⁣ migrants is​ not a viable solution.
  • McBroom suggests‍ creating a sign-up sheet ⁢for interested residents​ to offer ​their ⁢homes.
  • He emphasizes that public ⁣funds should not be used for this purpose.
  • Residents can anonymously contact an email address to ⁢be listed as potential ​hosts.
  • Only four ⁤out of ⁣eleven council members have expressed⁤ support ‍for McBroom’s‌ proposal.

Why do some light bulb manufacturers‌ deliberately engineer their products to ​have shorter lifespans?

Some examples of products engineered⁤ to fail include:

1. Light bulbs: Many light bulb manufacturers have deliberately⁢ engineered their products to have shorter lifespans. This is known as planned obsolescence, where the‌ product is intentionally designed to fail⁣ after a certain amount of time, forcing consumers to buy replacements more frequently.

2. Printer ​ink cartridges: Many printer manufacturers have designed their ink cartridges to have limited capacities or to stop ⁢working after a certain number of uses, ‌even when there is still ink left. This forces consumers to buy new cartridges more​ frequently.

3. Smartphones: Some smartphone manufacturers have been accused of intentionally slowing down‍ older models through software updates, encouraging consumers to upgrade to newer devices.

4. Appliances: Low-quality components ‌or designs can be used in appliances to deliberately shorten ‍their lifespan and ‍require frequent repairs or replacements.

5. Clothing: Some fast⁣ fashion brands intentionally​ produce low-quality clothing items that are not meant to last. These items may be made with cheap⁤ materials⁢ and‍ construction‌ techniques to ensure ⁣that they wear out quickly, encouraging consumers to buy‍ new clothes more frequently.

It is worth noting that not all manufacturers engage in planned obsolescence, and many companies are making efforts​ to improve product durability and sustainability.

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