Immigration reform a must for farmers, ranchers

Mar 31, 2014 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: MySanAntonio.com

My wife and I, along with my brother, his wife and our parents, operate a 500-cow dairy and a 350-cow beef business near Floresville, south of San Antonio.

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Russell Boening is a liar.

he said quote, "There is virtually no legal way for less-skilled foreigners to enter the country and work in year-round jobs."

so, what is our h2a and h2b programs all about?
http://www.uscis.gov/working-united-states/te...

what Russell boening wants are "slaves".
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Apr 1, 2014
 
Ever since Mexicans started doing this work the milk and beef tastes funny. We need Gringo workers in the beef and dairy industries if we ever want the beef and milk to taste good again. Gringo workers, fast clean and dependable. Viva Gringo workers.
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Apr 1, 2014
 
Jose wrote:
<quoted text> But those fat lazy gringo slobs can't do the work!! LOL!!!
They said that about Gringos working with the horses at Belmont too, but then they keep catching those little Mexicans up on stools, behind the horses, with....well you know. Mucho problemo, amigo.

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