Hmmm, now this poses some interesting questions. Because of new quotas in the past 5 or so years, Asians have had a tougher time getting into California Universities. But in 1992, Asians were a "preferred" quota category. How many Asians went to CA State Universities because of that quota, and how many of the "lazy whites" never made it through the front door because they were not in a preferred class?
How many students at Chico were Asian? I know Berkley has a high percentage, so having a program filled by "half" Asians might be no more than representative of the population.
Are there "lazy whites" out there? Sure there are. There are also lazy Asians, and others. (There are also some racists, bigoted Asians out there, as evidenced by your post.) Some are American's. Some are foreign nationals. My own wife and kids are Asian. I'm white.
I have many, many friends out there who are both foreign nationals, and here (now, or originally) on H1B's. About half, incidentally, are white (British, Irish, Canadian, South African, etc.).
I have no problem with my foreign friends working here, and for those who seek to become citizens here, more power to them. They're just the sort of hard working individuals, and future patriotic Americans, we need here. However, in my experience, at least half of the foreign nationals I work with have no intention of becoming, or contributing to the U.S. as a citizen. THey are taking the quick buck, and in fact, some are very hostile to the USA.
There may be "no right to work" in the USA, as some have pointed out on this post. It is the obligation of the U.S government to protect Americans first and foremost. That includes protection against anti-capitalistic "dumping" of resources (money, workers, or goods) on the US market. If the US government does not protect it's citizens, it cedes it's moral authority to govern. Foreign Nationals have NO RIGHT to work in the USA, Constitutional, moral, or otherwise.
I'm sorry, partner, but it is YOU who lack knowledge.
By the way, I'm one of those "lazy Americans" who put himself though college, paid his own way, served his country and put his life on the line to defend it, paid for his own IT education, and in part, for the experience too, and passed the toughest IT training program in the world. Admittance was very selective, gained only by extensive interviews, plus a one year internship, and where over 2/3's eventually washed out of the program before completion. Most of those who finished, by the way, were lazy Americans like myself. I don't know what color or the nationality of their parents, because that kind stuff has just never mattered to me.
Maybe you should read backwards a post or two before you jump both feet into an argument, take a quote out of context and try (pitifully) to turn it around on the author. Take the time to see specifically why I told "traditionalist" he didn't know what he was talking about before you assumed something else and argue with it.
And don't quote "lazy Americans" at me as if I said that, even if you'd like to believe it in order to make your ignorant reply stronger.