LOL! Luis, if you had ever bothered reading Ricardo's theory of comparative advantage presented in "On the Principles of Political Economy and Taxation", you'd know that he viewed labor as a mere commodity that gets driven down to the subsistance level.
Here, I'll excerpt portions of "Chapter 5 - Of Wages" to make it easy for you:
Labour, like all other things which are purchased and sold, and which may be increased or diminished in quantity, has its natural and its market price. The natural price of labour is that price which is necessary to enable the labourers, one with another, to subsist and to perpetuate their race, without either increase or diminution.
It is when the market price of labour exceeds its natural price, that the condition of the labourer is flourishing and happy, that he has it in his power to command a greater proportion of the necessaries and enjoyments of life, and therefore to rear a healthy and numerous family. When, however, by the encouragement which high wages give to the increase of population, the number of labourers is increased, wages again fall to their natural price, and indeed from a re-action sometimes fall below it.
When the market price of labour is below its natural price, the condition of the labourers is most wretched: then poverty deprives them of those comforts which custom renders absolute necessaries. It is only after their privations have reduced their number, or the demand for labour has increased, that the market price of labour will rise to its natural price, and that the labourer will have the moderate comforts which the natural rate of wages will afford.
So basicly what we have is Calypso Louie Gonzalez promoting reduction of the American standard of living to the global subsistance level via massive importation of cheap goods and illegal immigration, (both of which undermine the wages and compensation of the American Middle Class).
Call me all the nasty names you want, Luis.
Might as well. It's easy enough to see that you never read the economic theory that you posted.