For some employers, 'immigration reform' means cheap labor
Editor's note: David Frum, a CNN contributor, is a contributing editor at Newsweek and The Daily Beast.
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Johannesburg, South Africa
#1 Mar 12, 2013
The immigration reform should be a motivation to employers. Migrant workers are happy to settle for less. They just want a decent wage to take care of their families.
There must be very strong reasons, more reasons than we can ever imagine, that forces people into bequeathing their own habitats and instead choose to live elsewhere, a place where they are likely to be snubbed and treated like second-class citizens? Unless conditions are terrible, nobody wants to abandon his own society and flee into another simply for the lure of becoming a slave.
Before we begin to make up our minds on this raging immigration overhaul question, we need to understand a few more things about the immigrants, their hosts and their situations.
There is no better information source than the book ‘Evicted from My Space’, written by an unbiased immigrant.
Since: Jun 11
#2 Mar 12, 2013
Both parties are taking huge corporate bribes to let the cheap labor illegals stay. Been going on for 50 years.
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