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Kerry, Edwards doublethink immigration

From "Kerry promises Hispanics immigration plan":

John Kerry promised Hispanics on Saturday that he would send Congress an immigration overhaul plan to make it easier for illegal immigrants to become citizens.

"Today, our immigration system is broken," [courtesy Ted Kennedy and others --LW] [he told] the League of United Latin American Citizens.

"In my first hundred days as president, I will send a comprehensive immigration reform bill to Congress," Kerry said...

"Building a stronger America means protecting our values at home," Kerry said. "In the last three years, Hispanic-American unemployment has soared more than 30% (and) 1.4 million Hispanic-Americans are out of work... Millions and millions of hardworking Hispanics who have jobs are getting paid enough to pay the bills..." [sic; presumably that should be "are not getting paid enough..."]

Also Saturday, Edwards [said] "In November, middle-class families will be able to rest assured that John Kerry will look out for their interests, restore corporate responsibility and put our economy back in line with our values."

Both Kerry and Edwards are guilty of classic doublethink.

Edwards supports corporate responsibility, but at the same time they want to turn a blind-eye to those corporations which flagrantly violate our immigration laws. Those employers who've used illegal aliens for years or decades would simply get a pass under the Kerry Amnesty.

And, the Kerry Ammesty will not only not encourage illegal aliens to return to their home countries, it will encourage millions more to come here.

Since about 95% of those new illegal aliens who'll come here will be low-wage workers, they'll drive down already low wages. If Kerry truly cared about un- or under-employed "Hispanic-Americans," he'd seek to reduce the pool of low-wage workers. The Kerry Amnesty will have the exact opposite effect.

Immigration2003 · Sat, 07/10/2004 - 11:46 · Importance: 1

Wed, 11/30/2005 - 09:54
El ChE

and because of poverty the citizens see now reason and are at times recruited by the FZLN and EZLN which is a never ending struggle

Tue, 11/15/2005 - 09:18
Lindsey

hispanics come to the U.S because of "The American Dream" in search of a better life, not only for them, but also for their children. In Mexico there are not very many opportunities. they are less likely to succeed and do the things they want to do...... because of poverty. money is a big issue in the world now. Think about it.......

Fri, 08/06/2004 - 14:11
kelly clarkson
don't beleive me but its true

What's the deal these are people who risk their lives to cross the fronteir so they can give a better live to their children. You probably would of done the same if you were them. Every parent wants the best for their children. Just imagined if you could not get the opportunity.

Fri, 08/06/2004 - 14:11
kelly clarkson
don't beleive me but its true

What's the deal these are people who risk their lives to cross the fronteir so they can give a better live to their children. You probably would of done the same if you were them. Every parent wants the best for their children. Just imagined if you could not get the opportunity.
And stop the hate these are human beings that were born in this earth not from another country.

Sun, 07/11/2004 - 00:46
John S Bolton
www.johnsbolton.net

If a country wants to maintain its least productive, and least remunerative occupations regardless, then the more immigrants the better. Perhaps it would be called nativism or anti-immigrationism to mention this; yet isn't it true?

Sat, 07/10/2004 - 22:37
John S Bolton
www.johnsbolton.net

The old marxists used to say:'the worse, the better'.If you want to make a revolution, you need as many as possible with nothing to lose, and plenty to gain by fighting the rich. That they might target Korean merchants, is irrelevant. If you want maximum disorder, you need people who have nothing but a footloose disposition, and zero commitment to the places that they will be driven on toward.