Who should get next U.S. Jobs?

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    WHO SHOULD GET NEXT U.S. JOBS?

    VOTE BELOW

    This taboo question is sweeping the internet and national media (including New York Times and Huffington Post), prompted by the TV ad we have been running in Primary states.

    It's a question that every politician ought to have to answer. When you click on one of the links below, we will give you a chance to send a free petition to your Members of Congress asking them to back your position.

    CLick on the link of the ad to watch it. AND FORWARD THIS EMAIL SO YOUR FRIENDS AND FAMILY CAN VOTE, TOO.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EdZDC8Ei9Mk&list=UU0hVVwpx_zoLEuKI8bOgFdg&
    index=2&feature=plcp

    VOTE: Who Should Get The Next U.S. Jobs?

    Petition: Increase Job Opportunities by Reducing Immigration OR Petition: Support Current Immigration Policies

    Click on your choice and we'll send a free petition giving your opinion to your U.S.

    Representative and your state's 2 Senators. We'll also send you a weekly report on the running vote results.

    Every year, federal immigration policies automatically give permanent work permits to about a million new immigrants at every occupation level.

    At the same time, 20 million Americans (including foreign-born U.S. citizens) who want a
    full-time job are unable to find one.

    Some politicians question whether this automatic program should continue to add more
    immigrant competitors for scarce jobs.

    Others say the extra competition from another million immigrants is good for the economy
    overall, adding vitality and needed skill.

    Vote above. And join the national debate about whether to continue immigration at current
    levels or to reduce the number of new immigrant workers to make it easier for unemployed Americans to get a job.
     

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