Talk about a load of BS...did you need a wheel barrel to post all that?<quoted text>
Short answer, unemployment would remain the same or get worse. That still doesn't sink in, when you have a job like a farmhand picking fruit etc paying an American to do the same job cost double, plus insurance etc etc. Then the farmer can't sell his goods because the Asian Apples are half the cost. Hence the farmer goes broke, anyone who worked for him losses their job and the Chinese buy the farm. Not exactly a good outcome for some BS policy about getting rid of illegals because they form a vital part of the economy & contribute more than they drain.
BTW I'm as white as the driven snow, and yes legalizing drugs is a good idea it would save billion$ and get rid of the gangers in one easy move. They would have to find a new income source like the good ole days and rob some banks or become investment bankers who are also legalized crims dressed in suits.
Upon graduating, Walton decided to attend college, hoping to find a better way to help support his family. He attended the University of Missouri - Columbia and majored in economics and was an ROTC officer. During this time, he worked various odd jobs, including waiting tables in exchange for meals. Also during his time in college, Walton joined the estimable Zeta Phi chapter of Beta Theta Pi fraternity. Upon graduating, he was voted "Permanent President" of the class.
Walton joined JCPenney as a management trainee in Des Moines, Iowa three days after graduating from college. This position earned him $75.00 a month. He resigned from this position in 1942 in anticipation of being inducted into the military for service in World War II. In the meantime, he worked at a DuPont munitions plant near Tulsa, Oklahoma.
...Soon afterwards, Walton joined the military in the US Army Intelligence Corps, supervising security at aircraft plants and prisoner of war camps. In this position he served in the continental United States. He eventually reached the rank of captain....
In 1945, after leaving the military, Walton decided he wanted to own a department store...
It was here that Walton pioneered many concepts that would prove to be crucial to his success. Walton made sure the shelves were consistently stocked with a wide range of goods at low prices. His store also stayed open later than most other stores, especially during the Christmas season. He also pioneered the practice of discount merchandizing by buying goods wholesale. This allowed him to buy goods at a lower price, which he passed on to his customers, which drove up his sales volume, which allowed him to negotiate even lower purchase prices with the wholesaler on subsequent purchases. All of these concepts were novel at the time, but Walton put them to practice and the success of his store proved them correct. Due to his innovative approaches, Walton's store led in sales and profits in the Butler Brothers six-state region.....
Now, what is it that YOU don't seem to comprehend about the American way of people WORKING and contributing (not TAKING) for a living-LEGALLY.
Or is it you think people should just be able to roll into this country, be able to remain UNACCOUNTABLE-yet do what ever they want, take what ever they want, without ever having to contribute a dime to America's backbone.
Not at Walmart at least. SHOW and PROVE your legal citizenship for employment purposes please.
Stoopid ozombieTics=no wonder they're commie givverment-dependent.