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Immigration and the Pro-Life Movement

Michael1445 Wrote: Feb 17, 2013 8:20 AM
Lower immigration BOTH legal and illegal would truly help the entire US except employers. Immigration these days is mostly about cheap labor. Don't forget H-1B, J-1, L-1 have always come overwhelmingly from low wage places like India (forget Japan or Western Europe). That can't be an accident. Thank goodness for NumbersUSA and Congressman Tancredo!
MoreFreedom Wrote: Feb 18, 2013 12:07 PM
You ignore the fact that immigrants create demand for housing, food, clothing, transportation, etc., and that such demand creates jobs for people here in the USA. If you want to see home prices fall further, then deport the approximately 12 million here illegally. Immigrants also help keep the cost of mowing your lawn and doing your landscaping down, and help keep the costs of many other services down (as they also help keep wages down). Of course labor unions don't like competition from immigrants, and big businesses like inexpensive labor that doesn't complain.

The biggest issue regarding immigration, is that our welfare state attracts those who'd use government to live off others, like flies. Let's get rid of govt. welfare.
Thomas2648 Wrote: Feb 17, 2013 12:43 PM
++2. No more chain migration. Scrap the 1965 Kennedy plan.

There has not even been an amnesty bill introduced yet in the US Senate, and key Republican members of the “Gang of Eight” are panicking. An old saying in politics is, if you’re losing an argument, change the subject. In the amnesty debate, if the facts don’t line up on your side, then slander the opponents with lies and challenge their motives and their pedigree. In the past, these types of attacks came from liberals accusing anyone opposed to illegal immigration as “racists.”

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