posted on Feb, 12 2014 @ 08:51 PM
Why do they come to America? One thing - job$.
Until they make laws that make it illegal for people without citizenship to work in this country, we will always have a immigration problem.
If a squirrel can't find a nut it looks elsewhere.
You know that the GOP will never let that law happen, oh god no. They are so far up the big business corporate rectum they will never have the
backbone to lose cheap labor that makes them billions of dollars a year.
What jobs are they taking away? Jobs the average American won't even touch? Field laborers, fast food cooks, factory, landscaping...They work twice as
hard with half the pay. No businessman will ever lose that. Everything is about profit
The joys of unregulated capitalsm.
Untill then quit complaining.
Not sure how I missed this before....
There are laws the "make it illegal for illegal aliens to work in this country". (if that is what you meant) There are circumstances whereby a citizen
of another country can come here and work legally, but they went through the process and did it right. I am sure you are not talking about those
Wait...wait...The GOP will not let that happen? And yet, lol, they are the bad guys preventing immigration reform? You cant have it both ways..
Oh...and the Democrats are not up the corporate a$$es? I suppose that is why 7 of the top 10 richest congressman are Democrats? LOL
There is no such thing as "unregulated capitalism" in this country. You can hardly, as a capitalist, take a crap without having to file a report to
the feds. Even "unregulated industries" are heavily regulated.
Unregulated industries are usually a misnomer referring to an industry, in an area perhaps, that no longer has a monopoly but has to face competition.
The Electric energy industry in Texas is "unregulated". Texas also has some of the lowest electric rates in the country...because of competition. Do
you think the industry itself, in Texas, is truly unregulated? It is heavily regulated...it's just that there is more than one company providing
energy and the market is open for others who would want to enter, if they so chose to. The term unregulated is a joke meant to deceive people who only
have superficial knowledge of the subject. I wonder who or what party would want to use the term unregulated as a derogatory term? I wonder......but
NOOOO Democrats cannot be guilty of propaganda. That is the realm of the Republicans (oh wait...they do it too! NOOOOOO!!) ROFL
I challenge anyone to provide an industry that is truly unregulated LOL
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