THE ENTIRE REASON OUR BORDERS ARE LEFT WIDE OPEN AND E-VERIFY IS SABOTAGED IS TO KEEP WAGES DEPRESSED FOR THE PAYMASTERS OF THESE POLITICIANS.
Such complacent and cynical statements are to be expected from an administration that is presiding over the deepest jobs crisis since the Great Depression. The fact that it has taken six-and-a half years to replace the millions of jobs lost in the recession is, in reality, a measure of the depth of a crisis that continues to undermine the wages and living standards of tens of millions of Americans.
From December 2007 to the present, including five years of a so-called “recovery” that officially began in June 2009, there has been virtually no net gain in the total number of payroll jobs in the United States. Over that period, the number of working-age Americans has increased by some 15 million.