[quote][b]Damn strange-I agree with Sec on this. You're encouraging employers in low skill/no skill labor markets to bypass union and legal workers(entry elvel, parttime, working poor and students) for off-the-books illegals. INS doens't have staff enough now to stop the flow or stop employers from hiring illegals off corner shapeups. Now, you're telling them they'll be no enforcement, just expected compliance. You know how that works-not at all.
Ah, screw sovreignty-we got cheap tomatoes! [/b][/quote]
Here's the real question: Up to this point, us tax-payers have been taking it up the a$$ providing for these cheap slaves...If they are legally here, does Bush grant them free-medical care or do companies pick up the burden?...Illegals have caused millions of Americans to lose healthcare in the first place, why would companies want to pick that tab again?
Please, read this article, and think about our [b]shameful treatment of our veterans in VA hospitals on this day[/b]...almost makes you ashamed to be American:
[quote][b]Los Angels County Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich, whose 5th District includes the Antelope Valley, has been proposing a solution to ignoring federal law by immediately deporting illegals: "We have a large number of people breaking the law and having a catastrophic impact on people who live in our communities." [b]Antonovich proposes that the American taxpayer fund construction and staff health care facilities south of the Mexican border. What some are calling a "blatantly stupid and outrageous proposal," Antonovich has indicted interest to his proposal from the State Department and White House.[/b] :huh: :o :wacko:
While the U.S might staff Mexican facilities, here's what's going down with Iraq vets in Mich: [url=http://www.detnews.com/2004/politics/0411/08/a01-328300.htm]http://www.detnews.com/2004/politics/0411/.../a01-328300.htm[/url]