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Old 03-16-2009, 10:22 PM
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Originally Posted by Roguer View Post
More amnesty peddling.
lol..I hope all of you get your way....

all just wont leave you with these befor I go...

Economist.com | Country Briefings: Japan
Statistics Bureau Home Page/JAPAN STATISTICAL YEARBOOK - Chapter 16 Labour and Wages
International Average Employment Income Comparison a good one..

Annual Employment Income per Worker in Constant 2005 International Dollars

Country Disposable Gross Source U.S. 31,410 42,028 U.S. Consumer Expenditure Interview Survey, 2005, [19].Taiwan 26,148 30,194 Survey of Family Income and Expenditure in Taiwan, 2005, [10].Netherlands 25,466 34,746 2000 Family Income and Expenditure Survey, 2000, [27].Norway 25,337 37,260 Norway Income Distribution Survey, 2004, [22].Japan 25,184 29,882 Japan Statistical Yearbook,, 2005, [17].

Japan without immigration went from the world super status of the 80;s to practically...one of the countries that have been hit by stagnation..zero growth...etc..etc...

Japanese firms are diversifying the location of their production and moving to other countries those parts of their operations in which they are losing comparative advantage. While the recent depreciation of the yen is likely to temper this process, Japanese FDI outflows are part of a necessary restructuring of the Japanese economy, reflecting globalization and economic growth in the rest of Asia. Despite the pain involved, such a restructuring will produce a domestic economy better able to face the rigors of the world economy in the future

LETS isolate...either way...the money is going to follow the labor...
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Old 03-17-2009, 06:14 PM
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Originally Posted by Roguer View Post
Easy. Hardly a dent has been put in the scumbag employers of illegal's hiring of illegals. The scumbag employers of illegals provide the initial jobs magnet that brings the illegals here in the first place. And, of course, the steaming pile of Obama amnesty that has been promised to the illegals brings new illegals in and keeps the ones already here here.

We'll NEVER get rid of illegal immigration until the scumbag employers of illegals are FORCED to stop hiring illegals.
As usual, dead on
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Old 03-17-2009, 07:32 PM
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Can anyone else understand what iturbide1981 is saying? Sentences end with periods. Paragraphs denote an end to thoughts. Proper communication does not allow for ...
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