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Old 08-17-2009, 11:14 PM
 
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Here's a better question: How many in the pro-illegal alien crowd have personally shouldered the costs for education, medical, welfare, and social services for a single illegal alien?

Even better: how many have paid any victim's assistance costs for one of their illegal aliens that has molested, raped, seriously injured, killed, or murdered an American?
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Old 08-18-2009, 09:07 AM
 
Location: San Diego
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No it wouldn't. You own a business wouldn't it make more sense to hire qualified already trained employees than building the skills through trial and error? That is why most employers interview candidates.

So it wouldn't make sense to train workers? What are you trying to say? I will assume you agree we must train people better...

In regards to immigration why take in unskilled, non-english speakers when you can raise the bar and take in the cream? Why waste resourses on someone elses problem?

They are already here and will come here regardless. It makes more sense to foster growth of the middle class. We do that by giving resources to those to enter into the middle class. Guess who is at the lowest end of society? Illegal immigrants. But it would make too much sense and **** off hyper nationalists to help the lowest echelon of society...

Given that this is the illegal immigration forum I assume that you speak of illegal workers. The fact that they have proven their dishonesty in the method of entry speaks volumes as to their character. Short answer is NO you don't invest in criminals or people who have no respect for our laws.

Right, because all laws are immutable and there is no gray area of morality...

Yo.


Morality? How moral is border jumping, stealing SS#s, working under the table, driving without a license or ins, stealing social services, picking loopholes in our Const (14th), refusing to pay taxes and failing to learn the language of the land you entered illegally?

Ya, these people are all swimming in morals.
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Old 08-20-2009, 06:41 PM
 
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better "pi88ed off" than "pi88ed on", i suppose..
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