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With the current labor market, people have more and more reason to break the law. I can't legally lower the price of my labor to compete. I can't be paid with straight wages in place of benefits. I can't take on certain health risks to make my labor more competitive. My only option legally is to go on the dole. Hey, isn't it kinda funny how the same people who push strict labors laws also push for welfare programs?
Last edited by Wio; 07-18-2011 at 03:58 PM.
If anything, Japan's immigration is stricter than America's. If foreigners have a child in Japan, the child is not automatically a Japanese citizen. Even 3rd generation Korean-Japanese still carry South Korean passports and have to have alien registration cards. If Japan can enforce their immigration laws, then why can't America?
I understand a significant percentage of illegal immigrants intend to do no harm, there are lots of factors in relation to the economy at the state level and the criminal problems involved. Whether or not they intend to do harm, laws are being violated and so is potentially the sovereignty of America. I know that NAFTA has a lot to do with all these problems, but I think some there needs to be talks on resolving these issues (repealing NAFTA would be nice). A lot of coyotes are related to the Mexican mafias that control the border towns so it's important we need to know who is coming into the country for everybody's safety. Plus, the Mexican mafias have been using high school kids from my home state to sell drugs in my old high school. I think this should be an effort from both the American and Mexican government to cooperate and properly enforce. As I said before, even though the immigration issue is supposed to be federally administered, it's border states, especially Arizona where I'm from, is where they are footing the bill for their benefits, etc.
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