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The Return of Illegal Immigration

Dave1722 Wrote: Sep 26, 2013 9:21 AM
If Chapman believes that illegals are more deserving of jobs than Americans, he should have the courage to say so. If he believes that the rule of law and national sovereignty are outdated concepts, he should say so. Who cares (except pandering politicians) about the 11 million illegals, including the 7 million already in non-farming payroll jobs, while 20 million Americans can't find full-time work? Are these jobs Americans "won't do?" Not according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics that says the majority of them - construction, manufacturing, services and transporation - are already being done by citizens. Chapman doesn't belong in the newspaper business; he should be doing PR for Rep. Luis Gutierrez. Dave Gorak Executive director Midwest Coalition to Reduce Immigration
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Strange Bedfellows for Conservatives

Dave1722 Wrote: Feb 11, 2013 9:37 AM
And let's not forget that Ms. Chavez was forced to withdraw her nomination for Secretary of Labor when it was learned that she didn't pay taxes on her illegal alien housekeeper. Dave Gorak Executive director Midwest Coalition to Reduce Immigration
Mr. Cardenas says he "opposes" amnesty but apparently he has no problem with allowing 7 million illegal aliens to keep their non-farming payroll jobs while 23 million Americans are unable to find full-time employment. So what we've got here is another tough-talking "conservative" proposing a solution that - as usual - leaves illegal aliens the chief beneficiaries of a "broken" immigration policy that was systematically broken by our own federal government. Dave Gorak Executive director Midwest Coalition to Reduce Immigration
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