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Submitted by Rich Adams (United States), Jan 19, 2006 at 17:50

If someone robs a bank, we don't call them undocumented withdrawers of money. If someone were to perform surgery and remove your liver and you later found that he did not have a license, we would not call them an undocumented doctor. These people are here illegally and they are aleins by definition.

The problem is that we are supposed to be a nation that abides by the rule of law and this is what distinguishes us from Iran, Aghanistan, China and other horrid places. If we want to become a nation ruled by chaos and anarchy, disregarding that illegals are here illegally is a good place to start.

I see it is part of a master conspiracy by big business, top leaders of the republican party and President Bush to drive down working peoples wages and bennfits. They are squeezing from both ends. At the top business out sources good paying jobs to China and India. In addition they squeeze top wage earners with the H1B Visa program. This is where corporations have $100,000 a year jobs that they want done for only $25,000. So they go to George Bush and say "Oh my Mr. President, we just can't find any American workers that want these jobs so let us go to China or Inda and get someone that does want them. They don't have to prove that they can't find anyone, they don't even have to prove they even looked, all they have to do is state it. Then they get the person here from China and walla they pay them $25,000. They are supposed to pay them the same, but they don't. If they paid them the same what, would be the use.

On the bottom end of the scale are the illegals from South of the border. Bush, the Republican party and big business want them here as many as possible , because it drives wages down furhter for the lower end workers. While these super greedy people decimate the working class, they appease us with China-Mart and keep us arguing about what to call them.

Greedy employers that hire illegals are the real unpatriotic and Un-Americans. These employers are criminals and much like the old welfare mothers. We the tax payer subsidize the wages of illegals with medicaid and other programs, because these greedy employers pay sub human wages. I was always told that business owners are mostlly republicans and republicans claim to believe in the principles of Adam Smith, of pulling oneself up by ones boot straps, of patriotism, of respect for the law and the constitution, etc. Well, now we know that is all a bunch of manure. What they actually believe in is everyone for himself, greed, pick and choose what laws to obey and of course grab all of the government welfare you can.These employers are not conservatives, they are republicans and there really is a difference. Wow, they actually sound like far left liberals don't they.

Republicans want illegals here to drive down wages and the liberals want them here to grow the welfare class. And the rest of us ordinary Americans are stuck in the middle while the they give us the shaft.
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