Skip to comments.Obama makes economic case for immigration reform
Posted on 07/13/2013 10:42:49 AM PDT by Route797
WASHINGTON US President Barack Obama on Saturday urged Congress to pass a wide-ranging immigration reform bill, saying it would trim the US deficit and boost economic growth.
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Well, now that he puts it that way....
The answer is still NO.
Dumbo couldn’t get G.E. or Buffett to pay their fair share.
Considering his track record on the economy and economic related projects and programs, Obama isnt in a position to make an economic case for ANYTHING
“Immigration reform would make it easier for highly-skilled immigrants and those who study at our colleges and universities to start businesses and create jobs right here in America,” Obama said in a weekly video address...Obama talks like we do not have enough people out 300 million people who are Americans who study at our colleges and universities are highly-skilled and those who study at our colleges and universities to start businesses and create jobs right here... WE have enough talent here.. The companies just want illegals or visa holders to work at a reduce rate of pay and reduced benefits is what it comes down to.
Yes, with the AMERICAN unemployment rate well below 5% American companies simply cant find any qualified AMERICANS to fill their requirements!
How can illegal help reduce the deficit when they receive more in social services than they pay in taxes, and should the crappy Senate bill pass, illegals will get even more from taxpayers. That isn’t counting the cost of putting them in prison, or educating their children, or paying the medical bills for their extended families who are going to come.
Los Angeles has been looking for possible ways to secure Chapter 9 bankruptcy protection.
In the end, the costs of importing under skilled, marginally educated, immigrants with little or no english skills completely negates whatever short term benefits local business might obtain.
And over the course of time, it simply erodes your tax base; - at the local, state and federal level.