Considering that unemployment is at 10% + I think we would find a way to get by without illegals. We are in one of the longest recessions since the GD, so I don't see an adjustment period with rising employment rates as a bad thing. (i forget who posted this reply on very recent ?)
I think we'd get by without many individuals. So you're best argument for the economy is against the illegal europeans and asians and canadians, and latinos, BUT NOT against the TONS OF CHINESE AND INDIANS actually taking jobs you should want and moving into your neighborhoods.
I'm really concerned that I'm debating this with a bunch of welfare moms living off section8 and not actually working class living in suburbs. I DO NOT "ILLEGALS" "POOR" PEOPLE IN MY "ZONE". I DO SEE what seems to be a 50-100% increase in Asians/Indians in my area. Had I been looking for work right now, I am seriously concerned that I could not find it.
Asked by Anonymous at 10:28 PM on May. 1, 2010 in Politics & Current Events
Wow. Way to be condescending. Here is part of one of my other posts:
They would be spending the money domestically while the illegals send much of what they make back home to family in Mexico, Canada, and other countries to their family they either left behind or extended family that cannot afford the expense of living in their country.
*pay attention to the part in red.
And while we are on the subject of being patronizing to other members, what exactly makes you think that the people that receive PA are uneducated? And what exactly is section 8? That was a very bigoted remark in your original post. It says a lot more about you than it does about those that you are trying to insult. LOL. Transparency, anyone?
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Answer by lovinangels at 10:39 PM on May. 1, 2010
Apparently if you don't mention every single nationality and origin you are racially profiling. LOL. I suppose some of those that support lawlessness will look for anything at all to complain about. Especially when it comes to enforcing laws that are already on the books.
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Answer by 29again at 2:44 AM on May. 2, 2010
OP, did anyone say that they weren't against the illegals that come from the East and middle east? You put words in peoples mouths and that ends up making you look a certain way to the rest of us. You are your own worst enemy. I believe the real heart of the issue with PA for many conservatives is that there is too much waste and too much fraud. It would be nice for our government to find ways to crack down on those two things before expanding programs to cover more people. Throwing money at the problem never makes the problem go away, it just attracts more of the negative element (those that are committing fraud - just in case you didn't get that from the nuance) to the problem and makes it harder to crack down. I do not want PA to go away completely, I just want the fraud to go away so that more in need might actually be able to get the help.
Answer by Anonymous at 9:14 AM on May. 2, 2010
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