Skip to comments.AT&T CEO Letter to the White House on the 2014 Business Round Table Growth Agenda (shortened)
Posted on 01/15/2014 10:01:32 PM PST by Ray76
Immigration Reform: Americas unique competitive advantage has always been its ability to attract the best talent. Congress should fix the broken immigration system to create a larger pool of visas for higher-skilled workers, enact a new visa system for lower-skilled workers, offer a path forward for undocumented workers already living in the United States, and allocate greater resources to strengthen enforcement and secure our borders. Done right, reform can increase our economic growth rate, reduce our deficit, and contribute significantly to Americas future.
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Why won’t people admit that this immigration bill is motivated by sheer greed?
This Country should do something for OUR people to help themselves to better their lives...
The Round Table only allows the largest businesses to be members. It doesn’t represent the best interests of the American people or free markets.
If the “greed” were smarter and could look at the knock-on effects of what it was asking for, and figured whether it really was worth it in the end... it might not be such a huge problem.
But greed is rather stupid. Self focused, it cannot even open its mind enough to see the world around it. It certainly does not understand “What goes around comes around.” Exhibit A is how Obamacare got ballyhooed by entities that are now getting royally burned by it!
Nice collection of Crony Capitalists.
I was surprised to see RR Donnelley’s and Meijer’s on that list.
Boycott ATT...they do not want to hire Americans
U.S. travel industry supports immigration reform
If the crony capitalists can’t outsource the work, then they’ll import the competition. That’s how wage suppression works. Except in the executive suite of course.
Immigration reform can increase our economic growth rate, reduce our deficit, and contribute significantly reform can increase our economic growth rate, reduce our deficit, and contribute significantly to Americas future...Lot of good this does when the laws we already on the books are not being enforced. I heard this same arguement back in 1986 .
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