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Cannabis Cafe forums; Big Business-Big Labor-Big Raza’s Amnesty Offensive
Donald A. Collins
Friday, January 26, 2007
Now we get down to the ...
The onslaught continues
Big Business-Big Labor-Big Raza’s Amnesty Offensive
Donald A. Collins
Friday, January 26, 2007
Now we get down to the nitty-gritty, Fellow Citizens. The use by the estimated 12 to 20 million illegal aliens of our public, tax supported services–you know, such as schools for your children–are not nearly as important to the Greed Mongers who increasingly own America as getting illegal aliens in here to raise profits at the expense of the entire tax paying public.
It’s an old racket—but this time the enormity of their wishes will really affect the America that we citizens have been paying for and, yes , dying for!
In a January 20, 2007 Washington Post Business Section article by Krissah Williams entitled "Labor Groups, Business Seek Immigration Law Overhaul" we learn about an alliance between three groups of the usual super powerful suspects:
"The coalition Alliance for Immigration Reform 2007 announced its formation this week, placing the force of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Service Employees International Union and the nation's largest Hispanic civil rights group behind a unified lobbying effort to get a law passed before the politics of the 2008 presidential campaign make a compromise on the contentious issue unworkable.
“Pressure has been building on employers and labor as the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency becomes more active. Last month, its agents raided Swift & Co., a participant in a government pilot program that runs Social Security numbers through a federal database. The raids sent hundreds of undocumented immigrants to detention centers and jolted business groups.
"’It proved that the current system doesn't work . . . and is failing everybody,, R. Bruce Josten, executive vice president of the chamber, said during a conference call Thursday."
Importing cheap labor doesn’t indeed work for American citizens, but as showed by Evan Perez and Corey Dade’s front page Wall Street Journal article of January 17th about the federal crackdown on illegal labor, enforcement does work. [See my Federal Illegal Labor Crackdown Shows Positive Reform Works! January 18]
Those displaced illegal workers were quickly replaced by poor American citizens who were delighted to have these jobs—which President Bush and those who seek open borders always characterize as "jobs Americans won’t do"!
Yes, the company had to pay higher wages to get Americans to pluck chickens, but you can’t outsource chicken pluckers, Mr. Josten.
Imagine the lobbying power lined up against us average working citizens. They seem to have bipartisan support for their continuing mass invasion of our democracy. Here we are sending our citizens to bring democracy to Iraq, killing over 3000 Americans so far, and thousands of Iraqis while allowing our own citizens’ living standards to be abrogated by cheap labor, likely including another massive amnesty, couched as "comprehensive immigration reform" (read, "screw you, Americans, we want our profits, stock options and perks and we can and will buy them!").
The Federal raid described in the Wall Street Journal piece clearly shows enforcement works. Now hear the bleating of these wolves in sheep’s clothing, as reported in the Post:
"Business groups paint a dire picture of a U.S. economy without the country's estimated 12 million illegal immigrants. The National Restaurant Association says jobs in food service are growing one and a half times as fast as the U.S. labor force. And the construction industry needs 250,000 new workers per year to replace its aging workforce, according to Associated Builders and Contractors."
Aw, you say there are not enough waiters or kitchen help to suavely serve the elite in high priced watering holes? Colonial Williamsburg has long used college kids. We have plenty of young people who with proper pay encouragement, just like those poor American chicken pluckers, could be started on careers in the food service industry.
But these Greed Mongers see their best chance right now. It’s a bipartisan bonanza for opening our borders with yet another amnesty—one of many since the 1965 Immigration Act was passed.
Here we have a hugely unpopular President, whose party is going to be ousted from the White House in 2008, scaring businesses even more, coupled with a Democrat Congress which sees its new voters in the new comers, legal and illegal.
come on now, you right wing nut jobs must have something to say about this.
so according to the man white people dont wait tables or build anyhting anymore..ok i am from southern cali and i know i spoke espanol in nevada too but .... mexicans dont want the crap jobs were just defaulting them because we as a society have come to accept it in all of our conservative perspective. except we want to blame the inquest of hispanic migrants utilization of americas cheap niche (yeah we are the half ass bastard of the world yay america) so who else to fill it but those who want the american dream.
its as arbritrary as ousourcing american corperations all over asia and mexico as it is and we've been sellinfg the west coast for 35 years to japan and china.
my feeling is welcome to america. you work and spend your money here. you work 18 hours a day doing crap work save up as much as posible buy a used car and an old pick up truck, fill it up full of stuff you bought here (in america) then take it back to mexico to take back to the family.
spend a month back home and then come back out here and do it again. work, save spend and give. i wish more amaricans were like all my famia because we are getting too lazy as americans and giving away the dollar for a yen great deal huh old white people get rich and stir up the whole country because we are bread ourselves to be lazy and sit infront of american idol and play on the internet all day. (likeme)
i thank the cheap ass money grubbing right wing conservatives for perpetuating the problem and pointing the finger at everyone else. oohh america doenst know we sold everything so lets blame the mexicans for closing all the factories and move it over the boarder we could save billions and why would we just take american miney and spend it on american companies in america.
for a country that has an import/export ratio that rivals hawaii in contrast.. thank big buisiness for fukin us yay america. iwould move to canada if they would have me and not tax so fukin much.
thank god that I am a dual citizen. this is genX we pay for these asshole to sell off whatever is left of a sinking ship and leave the rest of us here to drown.
60 years ago we loaned moneies to panama and other countries in contract that only american companies could build that thing oh yueah the panama canal and with interest america brought work to amreicans and their respective companies. what happened to AMERICA?
oh yeah iforgot we sold it.
companies that hire illegals should account for all wages they paid out and then be fined twice that amount.
companies that hire illegals should account for all wages they paid out and then be fined twice that amount. Yeah, we agree on something Viva Amerika!
i love america but there not much left now... i am a very unhappy poor person that doesnt wait tables or work construction but i used to frame houses and waited tables at night.....
ahhh, the good ole framing crew days... that nice new 22oz Estwing framing hammer and it's nice sharp, brand new teeth. MF almost brought me to tears a couple times!! lol
Then I guess you remember when they used to cut the ax part off of an ax and weld on a claw to have a 28 oz framing hammer...Now they use nail guns.
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Originally Posted by medicineman
lord we had a couiple of those in my crew. we called the big one thor.
wow now i can build a house and grow my own.
you know what ythey say teach a man to fish and he will never buy another dub off of you again.
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