Skip to comments.[RINO-NY] Hanna, In Primary Battle, Supports Amnesty
Posted on 06/23/2014 6:01:35 PM PDT by markomalley
Rep. Richard Hanna (R-NY) , an immigration reform supporter told WRVO early last year his support for the legislation stems from providing a legal way for illegal immigrants to work. Hanna told WRVO at the time, farmers cant find enough legal employees to work in the districts dairy farm industry.
"Why would we want to make criminals out of dairy farmers simply because they want to run their business, when we know there are people available to do the work," he said.
"It's important that New Yorkers find a legal way to help people come here, do the work they want to do, know who they are, where they are how they contribute, what they cost, have a way to find those people and if necessary send them back," said Hanna. "But our process today is out of control."
The New York Republican believes that foreign immigrants do not take American jobs.
"Much immigrant labor is highly skilled and thus presumably not differentiated," he told The Washington Post. "Why would wage competition not incur in the labor market?"
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Bus all the illegals coming across the border to his district.
He’s not even qualified to have an R he is so leftist
When you run off your workers to replace them with illegals, for a generation or two, it does mean that it will take you a while to find Americans to come back in to retake the jobs.
You will have to advertise and compete on wages for them, even persuade them to come to work for you at first.
Areas without immigrants, still use the same labor pool they were using a 100 years ago, the local work force.
spent some time in utica. my uncles big house down the hill from the college where he was dean. early 60’s.
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