Doultfull , Americans cannot count on congress to address anything that might affect their future constituancies , They havent actually done anything yet have they? The white house will not do anything either. In reality , neither has really done anything at all about a major problem, Why? Legalized corporate slavery!
I have my doubts...if they do, then it will be in a milktoast manner I am afraid. Any approach we take that does not first require shutting down the southern border is nothing but a waste of time in terms of security and nothing but a scam in terms of immigration reform. We have laws and they need to be properly enforced in an efficient and effective manner. Until that happens and the southern border is secure, I don't want to hear any politician on either side of the aisle talking about reforming immigration. WB
Lets hope they do because if they don't, the problem may come to a head sooner than most people think..White and Black people are getting tired of jobs, even menial jobs, going to illegals who will work for far less than an American citizen would so employers hire the illegals and pocket what they save in salaries and medical expenses they don't have to put out for American labor. The next great Race War (which is coming soon) will not be Black vs White, no, it is going to be Black &White against the illegals and it will tear this country in two. I also think if Congress doesn't do anything about shoring up our borders, people are going to take the law into their own hands and we'll see more illegals getting killed or maimed trying to get into theis country.
by Eric Dierker 4 years ago
I cannot find a group that supports illegal immigration. Yet we cannot stop it. Now that is pathetic. So we must conclude that without saying it, some - many in America support it and do what they can to stop control of it. It would seem that this should be a target for midterm elections. Who does...
by David Zephaniah 4 years ago
I want to write an article about illegal immigration and its effect on this country. I love people in general and I’m a legal immigrant myself (I immigrated here 28 years ago). However because of our “human rights” approach, affirmative action laws, and open door policy, we have invited some...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 4 years ago
Are YOU sick of the incessant illegal immigration to this country which was initiated bythe amnesty program under President Obama? Why? Why not? There is an influx of illegal immigration to America as a result of this amnesty program. These illlegal immigrants have no skills nor education.Because...
by Michael Willis 8 years ago
And I have an opinion on why. I would love to be wrong, but I just don't see this ever happening. IMOReason why:Illegals in America = Cheaper labor cost.American Business is all about profit. When a business can pay less for labor then the profits rise so that is the way it will go. Illegal workers...
by fishskinfreak2008 7 years ago
Web-site/URL: http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20101226/ap_ … _what_nextSo more people are copying JOHN MCCAIN'S "Complete the danged fence" mentality (Web-site/URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r0lwusMxiHc). We're becoming LESS tolerant and this is alarming
by Riece 8 years ago
In my humble opinion, the Arizona immigration law is not racist. I'll tell you why. Yes, and this cannot be argued, most illegal immigrants in Arizona are Hispanic, but the law targets illegal immigrants, not illegal Hispanic immigrants. As a worker in a bank, I help illegal immigrants all the time...
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