Mostly correct except for having to throw the racist card!<quoted text>
I don't think you understand the economic system that promotes illegal immigration in the first place. "Fast Food Nation" and "Status Anxiety" (Eric Schlosser and Alain de Botton) would remedy that.
Precisely because Americans scorn unskilled labour not only because it pays low wages (in a society that has an inefficient social security and health safety net) but because American society assigns lower status to it (one of the connotations behind the concept of the "McJob.") means that less Americans enter the unskilled workforce. That, and corporate heads do not want to pay higher wages for local workers. They prefer to ENCOURAGE the poor and illiterate to cross the border illegally to supply a workforce with a high turnover rate to prevent unionising, and therefore, also having to pay insurance and health care. Some don't even have to advertise actively because they know that keeping their services open mostly towards illegal immigrants (and having a high turnover rate) ensures a steady stream of workers to be milked of all their worth, even if it means submitting them to horrible conditions.
It's precisely the same reason why American jobs are outsourced to sweatshops in Asia. And it's rather sad that you refuse to recognise the evils of corporations readily taking advantage of others without a care, or the fact that you refuse to acknowledge the internationally declared convention of human rights -- they extend to all peoples, and are not reserved specifically for racist nationalist whites.
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