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Trump’s Next Move on Immigration to Hit Closer to Home for Tech

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posted on Feb, 7 2017 @ 07:50 AM
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Wait a minute.

The same people who bitch and moan that the government has their nose too deep in business' business practises, and therefore need to GTFO of telling businesses what to do...want the government to tell businesses what to do more strictly?

That's some impressive mental gymnastics y'all got o.O




posted on Feb, 7 2017 @ 07:53 AM
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Well get over it!

Get over what? Politicians (on both sides) and Corporations working together to lie and manipulate the market to screw over the American public so they can make an extra buck? Yeah I rather not.




You support capitalism so what do you expect? Unless you are a communist who puts "workers first" and do not give two hoots about profit.


First we don't have a true capitalist society we have a Corpatalist society where big corporations draft the regulations and our Politicians robosign them into law.




I hope you do not have a pension plan a what do you think funds that???

So are you admitting that do to your own selfish interest you rather watch this country go down or not see the truth of the matter?

The H1 Abuse is far more than just about jobs its about the future of this country.

If Americans stop going into Science and Engineering studies because of the saturation of h1 workers who they can't financially compete with . than this country is doomed. The trend is already in place.

When we stop producing American scientist and Engineers and have to depend on Foreign ones , we will no longer be a First World Nation.



posted on Feb, 7 2017 @ 08:01 AM
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I'm sure these companies will use their relationship with the NSA to get the breaks they need. We should defend companies who don't care about our rights.



posted on Feb, 7 2017 @ 08:07 AM
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originally posted by: Nyiah
Wait a minute.

The same people who bitch and moan that the government has their nose too deep in business' business practises, and therefore need to GTFO of telling businesses what to do...want the government to tell businesses what to do more strictly?

That's some impressive mental gymnastics y'all got o.O


It was the gov't and Corporate Oligopolies that signed Nafta and other trade regulations like the H1 visa. The regulations have already been done at the cost of the American public and the economy.

Plus are you really a one trick pony and believe one ideology or practice is the best solution for every problem?

That is the problem with political cheerleaders on both sides (not saying you are), they have made common sense a bad thing.

Why is it hypocritical as you appear to suggest and not good practice to look at each issue uniquely and identify an appropriate solution versus just making it fit into your ideology?

Having said that I agree both party are very hypocritical , but that does not mean that a broken clock can't be right every once in a while.



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