WE CAN'T START TO REBUILD THE AMERICAN MIDDLE CLASS UNTIL WE PUSH MEXICO BACK OVER OUR OPEN BORDERS!.....“The cost of the Dream Act is far bigger than the Democrats or their media allies admit. Instead of covering 690,000 younger illegals now enrolled in former President Barack Obama’s 2012 “DACA” amnesty, the Dream Act would legalize at least 3.3 million illegals, according to a pro-immigration group, the Migration Policy Institute.”
THE “HOPE and CHANGE” CLOWN’S LIES ON
UNEMPLOYMENT as more illegals jump our borders…………..
fact, The Obama Administration’s policies have been aimed at reviving US
manufacturing on the basis of a significant reduction of workers’ wages.
a result of these policies, the National Employment Law Project concluded in
2014 that “While the manufacturing sector has grown in recent years, wages are
lower, the jobs are increasingly temporary, and the promised benefits have yet
to be realized.”
IS AMNESTY only A DEVICE TO DEPRESS WAGES ore REALLY A
CONSPIRACY TO AMNESTY DESTROYED GOP? Or just America’s middle-class?
week later, Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) said the immigration bill was “far worse”
than ObamaCare: He described the bill as an attempt by Senate Democrats “to
establish another monolithic voting bloc” among Hispanic Americans.
“In other words, the Republican Party is finished. As their
numbers grow through immigration and welfare, democrats will become the
wholesale dominant party in America until everyone’s money runs out by all
those who milk the system, i.e., 45.2 million Americans subsisting on food
stamps and assisted house, energy, medical care and electricity—will ultimately
grow to 90 million and more. All of who work will be paying for all those who
choose to live for free forever.”
Legal Need Apply!!!
But we still
get the tax bills for Mexico’s crime tidal wave and anchor baby welfare state
in our open borders!
millions of native-born Americans, especially men, have abandoned the job
market altogether. The percentage of men aged 25 to 54 who are working or
looking for work has dropped to the lowest point in recorded history.”
statistics show that foreign-born workers account for all net gains in U.S.
employment in the past seven years, according to a group that advocates low
The Center for
Immigration Studies issued
a report Friday that found 1.5 million fewer U.S.-born workers employed in 2014
than prior to the recession in 2007. Foreign-born employment for
both legal and illegal immigrants increased by more than 2 million workers
during the same time period.