Federal immigration reform gets push from Nashville business leaders
A group of Tennessee business leaders on Thursday lent their support for federal legislation aimed at comprehensive immigration reform.
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Since: Aug 11
#1 Jun 15, 2013
sure the slime who wants cheap labor will push,they hate the idea of paying citizens a good wage so the support illegal aliens. these same employers would go anywhere they could go and pay less if their company was able to.
hiring of illegal aliens shows contempt for country and her citizens otherwise they would follow all laws and only hire citizens.
Since: Apr 10
#2 Jun 16, 2013
Churches and businesses, what about the American public? What do they think, or don't they care?
#3 Jun 16, 2013
The immigration system is flawed because the weasels in government refuse to enforce the law. You could say the same thing about any law that was similarly unenforced. And if you noticed, it's always the slave craving businesses and the collection plate craving churches that are out in front, looking for some extra money. Screw the American worker and taxpayer. That's their position. I say screw them.
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