posted on Nov, 1 2006 @ 01:31 PM
Originally posted by deadcatsrule
...On the other hand companys will still get away with it .
Well, some companies might still get away with it, true. But who are they going hire? This case in Hazelton illustrates that when the local population
puts up a fight, the illegals will leave voluntarily. And all in all, that's probably the best policy, as it achieves the desired effect, for some,
and no doubt will piss off others (mainly the employers who are used to making damn good money off the illegal labor).
But your point is exactly what THE POINT is. If all cities did this, the sheer amount of legal battles would be prohibitive and put a huge strain on
the system. Ultimately, the feds and courts are going to have to go along with such a mass appeal, and ultimately, illegal immigrants will have no
more place to go in this country.
And then it will be high time for Mexico and other latin american countries to deal with economic problems facing their own countries, and provide
enough jobs to these people so they can still survive.
I wouldn't doubt that ultimately it will improve our economy, as these "used to be good paying jobs" become good paying jobs again, and desirable
by the legal american workforce.