It’s not up to politicians, law makers and breakers to tell the populace what to do without, unless they are willing to do without the same benefits, and all sides vote on measures endorsing the recruitment of mass numbers of immigrants to fill vacant jobs that supposedly poor, middle poor and upper poor Americans don’t want.
Yes, it’s time to put the vote to the people, since the lawmakers aren’t listening to ‘we the people’ and certainly are not conducting the business of government in the best interests of those who make this country great – it’s citizenry.
When millions of people are urged to populate the USA in the shadows, while draining social resources from the poor who reside here legally, someone made a decision on what ‘we the people’ must do without in order to support massive immigration.
‘We the people’ deserve and demand a say in government policies that force us against our will to downsize our personal economic lives that we worked hard to achieve over time, for agenda-ridden public officials who do not make the same sacrifices.
For people we don’t even know. For people who publicly express hatred for the USA as they climb our walls to enter illegally. For people who, if the tables were turned, would not do the same for us.
It goes like this: Bring us your huddled masses who don’t speak English and don’t want to progress beyond fruit and veggie picker and we’ll give them social service privilege status including for all their family members plus protection from deportation, while letting their extended families into the USA under the radar, to disappear into the shadows, except when collecting their benefits.
They can break all the local rules regarding housing etc., then they can send half their pay checks to their countries of origin to increase the national gross income of those countries, while increasing buying power to their families ten times what the money is worth in the USA.
How do you like that deal?
In order to pay for all of that – for millions of people – we will increase the tax burden on everybody else, with of course the lower classes absorbing most of that burden, plus the usual stuff associated with socio-economic favoritism of one poor class over another poor class resulting in malcontent and criminal activity.
How do you like that deal?
Anybody here have any problems with this?
One of the problems with this strategy to maintain a slave labor force is that it’s a slave labor force. When you give federal, state and local benefits in place of increased income from the private companies they slave for, you rob from the poor to give to the poor, using public funds.
That’s the travesty here.
Another problem is that no one is happy with the arrangement, except the governments who benefit by an increased national income through its citizens working in foreign countries who send back half their paychecks to their families, so the corresponding governments do not have to take care of their own poor people population.
Plus a few growers benefit in the countries that don’t use sophisticated machinery or robots, thus need humans to fill the jobs nobody but slaves want. Those are their claims, the ones I keep hearing repeated on television regarding why we need to support a slave labor force – in the interest of globalization. In essence, the world needs a slave labor force to fill the low paying jobs only slaves want, as long as the public will provide free social services that everybody else pays for.
Who are you trying to kid?
The rich are the only ones not pulling their weight; it all falls on the poorer classes by the rich classes to intentionally keep them from rising out of the poorer classes.
Increase the pay and let them provide for their own needs. Look, almost as much, maybe more, vegetable and fruit that is picked on the farms ends up in the garbage, so fix that problem by lowering the price at market.
If you want to fix the problem, you’ll move the produce, instead of pricing it so high nobody buys it causing the vendor to deduct a loss, which must be more lucrative than selling it at a lower price. So who makes the laws that pay the vendor more for a loss than a sale?
Historically, and that counts up until present-day, many people sold themselves into slavery, wanting to enter a job market that also took care of their personal needs. The non-slave category of people were not offered the same benefits package, so they didn’t want those jobs. Who would?
So, those in the poor people category figured it out a long time ago. It’s not that they didn’t want the jobs, it’s that the slaves were in effect getting paid more than non-slaves by receiving better benefits and greater leniency for bad behavior. Plus their paycheck went further, when half of it was sent to their country of origin to support their families at a better monetary conversion / exchange rate.
When do the American people get to have their vote counted in all mattersregarding slavery?
‘We the people’ do not trust members of congress to act in the best interest of its citizenry. Why should we lose money in a booming economy, because other nations can’t solve their own political, thus socio-economic issues?
Why should we share our already meager benefits with people we don’t know, don’t understand, who don’t respect us or our country, in fact who hate us before they even get here?
Once again, using the band-aid approach to solving problems has ended up with a huge bandage that’s getting ready to fall off and expose the multitude of maggots sucking on the pus-filled wound that multiple layers of band-aids created.
LAZY LAWMAKERS. That’s what I call them.
Nobody in congress loses money or benefits on the deals they make and the laws they pass. That should tell you something useful.