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June 11, 2009

Is Big Business Really Supporting Amnesty

Filed under: 1 — rhendrycks @ 8:47 am
Is Big Business Really Supporting Amnesty

By Ruthie Hendrycks

 

     Once again, we again are faced with proposed legislation on
Comprehensive Immigration Reform. Talks are scheduled next week in Washington –
but instead of the open transparency promised by the current administration –
these talks are behind closed doors. The question is why the secrecy/seclusion –
so much for yet another campaign promise now thrown out the window.

     These talks will no doubt make the same old tired promises that we
were promised in 1986 with the IRCA Amnesty and that the previous Administration
were making with the same old results, which will results in the same old lies,
which Americans have soundly DEFEATED.

     There are many issues within illegal immigration – but the top two are
cheap labor and future votes. Setting aside the voting for a moment – what would
be the consequences of a comprehensive immigration reform/guest worker “amnesty”
legislation to Big Business?

     To understand exactly where I am heading with this, one only needs to know
the fact, that our unemployment rate is currently at 9.4 percent, it is
increasing with future predictions leading to double digits. Putting more
Americans out of work.

     Criticism of the previous Administration for supporting Big Business,
always seemed to lessen when it came to businesses employing illegal aliens for
cheaper labor costs, and it appears not much has changed with regards to the
current Administration. But with so much attention being broadcasted by those –
in what used to be a fair and balanced media – on the fact that Obama is the
first BLACK President – why is it that we are not hearing criticism of the Big
Business cheap labor practices and the negative unemployment statistics for the
Black American, actually for Americans period, no matter what their race,
religion or ethnicity?

     However, it is the end result of a Comprehensive Immigration Reform
legislation/ Amnesty, if ever passed, that Big Business should be rethinking and
addressing. Animosity is growing and legislation that grants Amnesty to those
illegally in the Country while disregarding the current law, and their fellow
Americans, will provide some serious and tough questions for big business.

For Example:

     How long do you believe it will take for advocacy groups for the newly
donned, Amnesty Aliens to start advocating for equal rights and pay? If you were
to guess awhile – you would be wrong – it is already taking place. In this
scenario – what exactly will Big business do?

This would, in essence – eliminate their cheap labor. Of course there are
those who will continue to work for slave labor but the majority are going to
demand what they have no right to – the rights of Americans

      What will big business do for future cheap labor – wait and
advocate for the next wave of illegal immigration, (already on their way) which
will drastically increase the current unemployment rate, while we continue
to hear of border security but with no reality?

      Maybe the new Pay Administrator (czar) will dictate what salaries
will be and if in doing so – how would this scenario play out? Will, Big
Business continue to hire the Amnesty Alien, over their friends, families and
neighbors – while they struggle with double digit unemployment subsequently
losing many of the financial dreams they worked for, and continuing to be asked
to make even more sacrifices?

      What will smaller businesses do? Those who have skirted the law and
hired illegal aliens – claiming lack of workers (even with the current
conditions) or they needed to hire illegal aliens in the hopes of not raising
consumers prices, once these demands of equality are a reality?

     Is Big Business underestimating the American people, their will and
patriotism? Will Boycotts of certain businesses grow, like past boycotts of Bank
of America and others or current calls by some to boycott McDonald’s, for their
financial support of LaRaza, continue to grow?

     With the majority of Americans demanding border security and an end to
illegal immigration, at a time when our financial stability is seriously
in question and millions of Americans and Legal Residents are unable to secure
employment – while would this Administration even considering a Comprehensive
Immigration Reform/Guestworker = Amnesty Bill? Most likely for those votes we
set aside before. And, just how are many of those Big and Smaller Businesses,
who to this point have thrown the American Worker under the bus – really are
supporting Amnesty and how are they going to address the ever growing
frustration?

 

 

Ruthie Hendrycks is
President and Founder of Minnesotans Seeking Immigration
Reform

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2 Comments »

  1. The age-old pesky U.S.-Mexico border problem has taxed the resources of both countries, led to long lists of injustices, and appears to be heading only for worse troubles in the future. Guess what? The border problem can never be solved. Why? Because the border IS the problem! It’s time for a paradigm change.

    Never fear, a satisfying, comprehensive solution is within reach: the Megamerge Dissolution Solution. Simply dissolve the border along with the failed Mexican government, and megamerge the two countries under U.S. law, with mass free 2-way migration eventually equalizing the development and opportunities permanently, with justice and without racism, and without threatening U.S. sovereignty or basic principles.

    Click the url and read about the new paradigm for U.S.-Mexico relations.

    Comment by TL Winslow — July 16, 2009 @ 8:40 am | Reply

    • TL Winslow
      I have heard this suggestion before and I see where some may see a solution within your words. Unfortunately, I am not one of them.
      First, your premise would only be successful if both the citizens of Mexico and its Government would to agree to such a proposal. I would be willing to bet that if polled – the majority of citizens from both Countries would not look upon this suggestion as their choice for addressing illegal immigration. In addition, I would assume that the Government of Mexico would not easily agree to ending their reign nor accepting our Government as those in charge.
      In addition to both the citizens of both Countires opinions and the thoughts of two ruling Governments – I do believe that the drug cartels who stand to continue to make financial gains due to the existing border would also not be in agreement.
      And what of our cuturally differences, language concerns, etc.?
      Instead of taking what would be an easy path to end this situation, – which in the end would be anything BUT easy nor do I believe it would end the situation – I believe we should stand up for the USA as it is and that many have sacrificed for.
      That we should once again return to law and order, because without the rule of law to some extent – all that can flourish is anarchy.
      Where those elected to office provide leadership with integrity and proceed with what is best for the citizenry that elected them to office rather than the pandering to special interests.
      If our laws were enforced and our borders and ports secured – then we would not be in such a situation to begin with, and issues could be addressed by both countries in a respectful and mutually acceptable manner – which is not what we are witnessing today.
      Ruthie

      Comment by rhendrycks — July 17, 2009 @ 10:23 am | Reply


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