Do you really believe that raising the cost of doing business and undercutting the profits of private enterprises so they won't be able to employ as may people is the answer to our illegal immigration problem?
To: Tailgunner Joe
No. I believe that cutting red tape would greatly help ease the burdens on business and help stimulate the economy. I also am all for tort reform to help stop frivolous lawsuits.
What I'm not for is patting businesses on the head for employing illegal aliens. Call me crazy but I think folks who cut corners like that are cut from the same mold as the Enron executives. Just because regulations are burdensome does not give anyone a license to violate them. This simply penalizes those poor naive souls who actually follow the rules. Or do you think that folks who violate the law should have an advantage over their honest competitors? If so, I don't quite see how that qualifies as conservatism.
posted on 05/25/2004 12:12:12 AM PDT
(If we buy into the nonsense that we always have to vote for RINOs, we'll just end up taking the horn)
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