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Pro'Centralists
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Organization of our efforts is the key to our success. So begins R fight 4 what was always ours, from those who have taken what was never theirs. #Uniteblue
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RT @ProCentralists: #ObamaTownHall We're not going to deport 11 million people, the question is how to filter criminals and terrorists from…
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.@madamecrab @ProCentralists: we don't need mass deportations: http://24ahead.com/s/deportations-false-choice Who fed you that line? #ows
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RT @24AheadDotCom: .@ProCentralists: ask yourself: would USChamber, Tyson Foods, WalMart, etc. support policies that would *raise* wages? #…
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RT @24AheadDotCom: .@ProCentralists: ask yourself: would USChamber, Tyson Foods, WalMart, etc. support policies that would *raise* wages? #…
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.@ProCentralists: ask yourself: would USChamber, Tyson Foods, WalMart, etc. support policies that would *raise* wages? #immigration #occupy
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@24AheadDotCom I hear what you'r saying but need more data supporting a hypothesis. What we know for sure is: #ImmigrationReform is needed.
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@24AheadDotCom What CBO report are you referring to re: "CBO says wages won't rise for 12 years:" ?
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@24AheadDotCom If [i]t some-how benefited them in the long-run, then Yes. I cannot take a stance without more study of the potential impacts
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.@24AheadDotCom @ProCentralists Oh, come on. Their motives are bad and you know it: http://t.co/ZE8bwj7jpL
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.@ProCentralists @24AheadDotCom Immigraion already takes $400B/yr from working class gives to owners: http://t.co/IHc3Sat7Nc
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@24AheadDotCom "The estimated reductions in average wages and per capita GNP for much of the next two decades do not necessarily imply that-
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@24AheadDotCom cont. :current U.S. residents would be worse off," Same CBO report.
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.@ProCentralists @24AheadDotCom "not necessarily." Well, that makes me feel better.
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@Glaivester @24AheadDotCom That's what I attempting to determine: not by talking points but through research critical evaluation.
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@Glaivester @24AheadDotCom All considerations must be pursued: -it is not about how you feel, but what the data says and doesn't say.
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.@ProCentralists: CBO says wages won't rise for 12 years: http://24ahead.com/n/11910 And, Trumka of #AFLCIO: http://24ahead.com/n/11901 #ows
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@24AheadDotCom CBO: "S. 744 would boost economic output. Taking account of all economic effects-the bill would increase real GDP+3.3% by2023
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@24AheadDotCom cite: CBO - "The Economic Impact of S. 744," http://t.co/PxRLfsJCK3
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@24AheadDotCom Cont. "In CBO’s view, enactment of S. 744 would lead to slightly higher productivity of both labor and capital..."
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.@ProCentralists @24AheadDotCom Most of the higher economic input would go to the immigrants themselves; what surplus goes to current (1/1)
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.@ProCentralists @24AheadDotCom Americans would go to wealthy. Working class Americans would lose (see previously cited Borjas paper).
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@Glaivester @24AheadDotCom You can beat that drum to death, but this American will do the research through .edu sources and get back to you.
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@Glaivester @24AheadDotCom Borjas: is not the only source of in-depth analysis, we need a full spectrum of socioeconomic thought on the sub.
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.@ProCentralists @24AheadDotCom Look at Rubenstein's analysis of immigrant displacement of Americans: http://t.co/Y4O11rp1xH
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@Glaivester @24AheadDotCom Peculiar, political and theocratic bias, in any scientific analysis, is clearly not a disciplined approach.
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.@ProCentralists: no one can prove #immigration reform will lower wages unless it happens. But, here are a couple of data points (contd).
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From @Glaivester
.@24AheadDotCom @ProCentralists Mass immigration already takes $400B/yr from workers, gives to owners: http://t.co/IHc3Sat7Nc
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@Glaivester @24AheadDotCom Easy there bud. I research "everything". I am familiar with Professor Borjas and Steven Camarota's think tank.
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RT @24AheadDotCom: .@ProCentralists: supporting any form of mass legalization puts someone on same side as @USChamber & against interests o…
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RT @24AheadDotCom: .@ProCentralists: supporting any form of mass legalization puts someone on same side as @USChamber & against interests o…
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RT @24AheadDotCom: .@ProCentralists: supporting any form of mass legalization puts someone on same side as @USChamber & against interests o…
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.@ProCentralists: supporting any form of mass legalization puts someone on same side as @USChamber & against interests of American workers.

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