Arizona CEOs tell Senate President to let the Feds handle immigration law

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    CEOs urge Arizona to forgo immigration measures

    CEOs on Immigration Letter | Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce
     
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    Hmmmm? A list of people who don't live in neighborhoods overrun by Mexicans. Yeah!!! Let's trust their opinion.:lol:
     
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    Could the left please make up their collective mind.... is it acceptable for business to influence politicians or not?

    Jeeeez.
     
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    Sup, Rat.

    Just an FYI ... I am one person. I represent myself and not "the left."

    Also, please post a link to me saying that it is unacceptable for business to influence politicians or shut your fat mouth.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Seems to me these "businesses" don't want to lose the MONEY they are making off illegal immigration.

    Doesn't that make you feel all warm and fuzzy.
     
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    This.

    Business only want's the Fed to handle immigration because they know the Fed won't.
     
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    CEOs?? I get it. Cheap labor.
     
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    Of course it's cheap labor. Since when are CEOs happy with paying a good wage with benefits????
     
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    And to hell with tax payers who are footing the bill for education, welfare and housing, law enforcemenet and incarceration for illegal aliens? We may as well GTF up and go straight to amnesty, open the border and save the money spent on enforcement to balance the budget? Put illegal aliens on equal footing and watch businesses deal with no more cheap labor.
     
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    So far as I'm concerned the Governor's first response should have been to inform these CEO's that their opinions as CEO's hold no more weight thanany other citizen. As is is not generally the place of the Government to be involved in the day-to-day operations of a private business, nor should it be the place of any Business to be involved in the day-to-day political decisions of the Government. Therefore, sending this letter with their titles attached should have made it worthless to the Governor.
     

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