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Illegal Immigrants, Not So Illegal

jwbales Wrote: Aug 19, 2012 9:50 AM
Jobs belong to the employer, not to the worker. And the employer has the individual right (not always protected) to hire whomever he pleases. This includes the right to hire immigrants, legal or otherwise. I have no greater right to a job on account of my legal residence than does an illegal resident. Furthermore, every immigrant, legal or not, has a mouth as well as two hands. The idea that immigrants take jobs 'belonging' to Americans is boloney, both morally and factually.
loadstar Wrote: Aug 19, 2012 10:30 AM
Are you KIDDING?!

EVERY country in the world requires that immigrants and visitors be there LEGALLY, especially to work...Mexico is ESPECIALLY harsh on non-citizens! Ironic, isn't it?

Unemployment is highest among the unskilled and the low-skilled-- the ONLY people that ILLEGAL Hispanics displace.

So, does an employer have an unbridled right to break the law?!

What is "bolony"? Oh-- the bologna you are slinging.
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