Tuesday, June 1, 2010 8:46:16 AM
you know, we can figure out how to harass illegals more efficiently, but the bottom line is this, it costs money to deal with them. deportation isn't free, court appointed lawyers aren`t free, detaining them isn`t free...They will be here no matter what you do, as long as they can make money. Why not just issue temporary work visas, and give them a high tax rate with no chance of getting citizenship. It seems we are more quick to want to punish people instead of working out an arrangement that benefits all parties.
Saturday, May 1, 2010 12:20:02 AM
I live in Arizona, and I can tell you right now that this bill is going to definitely change things around here, especially in the lower-middle class areas I like to call "the ghetto". It will get rid of alot of hassle for us Americans especially in the workforce, and also it'll shorten our damn grocery store lines (they bring all 7 of their children and allow them to run amok in the store and parking lot).
However, this bill is making the rest of our country (and of course the Hispanics) boycott buying products from our state. This will definitely take a toll on our economy seeing as how much of our frequent consumers are Hispanic.
So now illegals just bring competition to the workplace?
If I were broke, and needing to feed my family, I would take the jobs "Americans won't take", but an employer makes more money hiring an illegal, because he can pay them the same, or slightly more, and not have to pay payroll tax, or benefits. The union representing his "legal" workers would call for a strike if he tried that with the legal workers.