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Old 10-15-2011, 02:43 AM
 
Location: Portland OR
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In 1979, Cesar Chavez sued to block the use of public funds for developing farm automation that would deprive jobs.
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A significant amount of public funds are used to support illegal aliens, such as medical benefits, support for anchor child and such. Isn't it time that we sue to block the appropriation of public funds intended to support those here illegally?

Now that the amount of workforce with employees of known illegal or unverified status is fairly wide spread, isn't it time that we use some public funds to develop technology meant to displace these jobs? By dethroning these illegals of jobs and deporting them, it reduces incentives for them to break-in to the US and we will save welfare, education, medical benefits expended into them without any harm to the American economy as the intent of the project is to dethrone illegal aliens.

If needed to be, the technology should be subsidized so that employer cost is no higher than using illegal aliens.

The use of automation to perform jobs nobody wants to do and currently filled by illegals and elimination of all language options but English for public school and public benefits applications should make it unpleasant enough for them to live that it would deter criminal trespassing by illegal aliens
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Old 10-15-2011, 05:46 AM
 
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In 1979, Cesar Chavez sued to block the use of public funds for developing farm automation that would deprive jobs.
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A significant amount of public funds are used to support illegal aliens, such as medical benefits, support for anchor child and such. Isn't it time that we sue to block the appropriation of public funds intended to support those here illegally?

Now that the amount of workforce with employees of known illegal or unverified status is fairly wide spread, isn't it time that we use some public funds to develop technology meant to displace these jobs? By dethroning these illegals of jobs and deporting them, it reduces incentives for them to break-in to the US and we will save welfare, education, medical benefits expended into them without any harm to the American economy as the intent of the project is to dethrone illegal aliens.

If needed to be, the technology should be subsidized so that employer cost is no higher than using illegal aliens.

The use of automation to perform jobs nobody wants to do and currently filled by illegals and elimination of all language options but English for public school and public benefits applications should make it unpleasant enough for them to live that it would deter criminal trespassing by illegal aliens
The problem is that only 3% of illegals are doing farm work. We need to fine the hell out of all employers who use illegal alien labor and remove all the incentives for them to remain here or to come here.
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Old 10-15-2011, 08:52 AM
 
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Yes, obviously more automation is needed because machines don't give birth every 9 months and require food stamps, WIC, Medicaid, or $12,000 a year of taxpayer money per each child to sit in our schools.

Machines can work 24-7, and that's the direction we should be taking, bringing in much of the third world to work very cheaply up until they are given their citizenship but also breed at incredible rates is obviously not the answer.

Cesar Chavez was also very much against illegals being brought in to take jobs from the Americans.
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Old 10-16-2011, 03:20 AM
 
Location: Portland OR
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The problem is that only 3% of illegals are doing farm work. We need to fine the hell out of all employers who use illegal alien labor and remove all the incentives for them to remain here or to come here.
I agree on stripping of their benefits. I also think that to help employers rid of illegals, we should temporarily subsidize them for the difference between automation OR E-verify passing legal employees vs illegal alien payroll

Where automation is feasible and task is such that paying full minimum wage isn't conducive to business, I think subsidizing capital cost makes sense, so the machine will continue to provide services while costing no more than hiring illegal aliens. The price gap may have to come from tax payer money, but when this is accompanied by elimination of benefits(meaning cut off welfare, expel illegals from school, place lien on their house for deportation expense if applicable) and encouraging deportation, we can come out ahead.
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