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What jobs do you see out therefor your children with a Gov't who's trying to give Amnesty to so many illegals.
 
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What jobs do you see out therefor your children with a Gov't who's trying to give Amnesty to so many illegals.
Both my kids are employed, but then they are very smart like their Mom.

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What jobs do you see out therefor your children with a Gov't who's trying to give Amnesty to so many illegals.
Existence of "good jobs" doesn't mean you, illegals, or anyone else can get them unless you have a "good education" too. And given this kind of post, this isn't you.
 
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What jobs do you see out therefor your children with a Gov't who's trying to give Amnesty to so many illegals.
Both my kids are employed, but then they are very smart like their Mom.

:D
What happens when these illegals who will be getting grants to get schooling start taking those jobs?
 

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The retard who responded first, they definitely did not inherit any smarts from a dumbass who cannot answer a question. To the other retards, answer the question dumbasses!
 
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What jobs do you see out therefor your children with a Gov't who's trying to give Amnesty to so many illegals.
Existence of "good jobs" doesn't mean you, illegals, or anyone else can get them unless you have a "good education" too. And given this kind of post, this isn't you.
So manual labor jobs aren't 'good' jobs any more?

When did that happen?
 

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What jobs do you see out therefor your children with a Gov't who's trying to give Amnesty to so many illegals.
Both my kids are employed, but then they are very smart like their Mom.

:D
What happens when these illegals who will be getting grants to get schooling start taking those jobs?
Doubt that. Both are working in sectors that require education, and one requires a clearance.
 

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The retard who responded first, they definitely did not inherit any smarts from a dumbass who cannot answer a question. To the other retards, answer the question dumbasses!
I did answer the question, jack ass.

Don't you have some pigs to go slop?
 

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There'd be jobs aplenty if only American workers would accept a compensation package more in line with their Chinese and/or illegal counterparts.
 

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What jobs do you see out therefor your children with a Gov't who's trying to give Amnesty to so many illegals.
Generally, all over the world, the jobs immigrants take are the lowest level jobs, manual labor and such, unskilled labor. Immigrants, legal or not, would not be taking jobs away from my children because they would be well educated and ready to take up a professional career. They would be flexible enough to start out in a position which may not be their first choice and/or to go anywhere in the country or the world to work in their chosen field. Bitching and whining about poor people who do the shit work no one else wants to do would not be something they'd be involved in.
 
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With children trying to survive in a jobless market.

What jobs do you see out therefor your children with a Gov't who's trying to give Amnesty to so many illegals.
Generally, all over the world, the jobs immigrants take are the lowest level jobs, manual labor and such, unskilled labor. Immigrants, legal or not, would not be taking jobs away from my children because they would be well educated and ready to take up a professional career. They would be flexible enough to start out in a position which may not be their first choice and/or to go anywhere in the country or the world to work in their chosen field. Bitching and whining about poor people who do the shit work no one else wants to do would not be something they'd be involved in.
Don't count on it.
In 2001, Texas became the first state to pass a law allowing undocumented immigrant students who graduated from a state high school to pay resident tuition at public universities. Since then, eight more states have passed similar laws, and bills are before legislators in several other states. In a few states, financial aid is available. For Ms. Garibay, whose single mother is a cleaning lady, the in-state tuition legislation opened up an otherwise unaffordable opportunity.

However, as the first crop of students -- about several hundred -- who benefited from the Texas bill prepare to graduate in coming months, they find themselves unemployable. Their legal limbo is turning Texas into the test case for what happens to the new class of educated but illegal graduates.

"We have this irony -- young adults who are trained and ready to join the work force but are unable to do so legally," says Josh Bernstein, director of federal policy at the National Immigration Law Center in Washington, D.C.

Lawmakers say they anticipated that this problem could arise but hoped Congress would pass a bill to legalize these students. Such a bill is expected to be introduced in the Senate in coming months.
 

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What happens when these illegals who will be getting grants to get schooling start taking those jobs?
They'll probably work harder and do a better job at them than most of the people who spend their days ranting about the illegals in these forums.
 

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What jobs do you see out therefor your children with a Gov't who's trying to give Amnesty to so many illegals.
Generally, all over the world, the jobs immigrants take are the lowest level jobs, manual labor and such, unskilled labor. Immigrants, legal or not, would not be taking jobs away from my children because they would be well educated and ready to take up a professional career. They would be flexible enough to start out in a position which may not be their first choice and/or to go anywhere in the country or the world to work in their chosen field. Bitching and whining about poor people who do the shit work no one else wants to do would not be something they'd be involved in.
Don't count on it.
In 2001, Texas became the first state to pass a law allowing undocumented immigrant students who graduated from a state high school to pay resident tuition at public universities. Since then, eight more states have passed similar laws, and bills are before legislators in several other states. In a few states, financial aid is available. For Ms. Garibay, whose single mother is a cleaning lady, the in-state tuition legislation opened up an otherwise unaffordable opportunity.

However, as the first crop of students -- about several hundred -- who benefited from the Texas bill prepare to graduate in coming months, they find themselves unemployable. Their legal limbo is turning Texas into the test case for what happens to the new class of educated but illegal graduates.

"We have this irony -- young adults who are trained and ready to join the work force but are unable to do so legally," says Josh Bernstein, director of federal policy at the National Immigration Law Center in Washington, D.C.

Lawmakers say they anticipated that this problem could arise but hoped Congress would pass a bill to legalize these students. Such a bill is expected to be introduced in the Senate in coming months.
Look, one little state has one little program, and you seem to think that means all the immigrants, legal and illegal, are going to have big college degrees and take all the good jobs away from the white folks, or real Americans, whichever comes first, I suppose. The fact still remains: most immigrants, the vast majority, are here to do the shit jobs most Americans would turn their noses up at. That is the reality.
 

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What jobs do you see out therefor your children with a Gov't who's trying to give Amnesty to so many illegals.
Both my kids are employed, but then they are very smart like their Mom.

:D
What happens when these illegals who will be getting grants to get schooling start taking those jobs?
If you are qualified why cant you compete on a level field? Do you need always need the scales tipped in your favor?
 

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There'd be jobs aplenty if only American workers would accept a compensation package more in line with their Chinese and/or illegal counterparts.
Wouldn't you really just prefer them to be indentured servants like the Indian H1-B's?

lol, you greedy boys just don't get it; your killing the fucking goose, roflmao
 

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Generally, all over the world, the jobs immigrants take are the lowest level jobs, manual labor and such, unskilled labor. Immigrants, legal or not, would not be taking jobs away from my children because they would be well educated and ready to take up a professional career. They would be flexible enough to start out in a position which may not be their first choice and/or to go anywhere in the country or the world to work in their chosen field. Bitching and whining about poor people who do the shit work no one else wants to do would not be something they'd be involved in.
Don't count on it.
In 2001, Texas became the first state to pass a law allowing undocumented immigrant students who graduated from a state high school to pay resident tuition at public universities. Since then, eight more states have passed similar laws, and bills are before legislators in several other states. In a few states, financial aid is available. For Ms. Garibay, whose single mother is a cleaning lady, the in-state tuition legislation opened up an otherwise unaffordable opportunity.

However, as the first crop of students -- about several hundred -- who benefited from the Texas bill prepare to graduate in coming months, they find themselves unemployable. Their legal limbo is turning Texas into the test case for what happens to the new class of educated but illegal graduates.

"We have this irony -- young adults who are trained and ready to join the work force but are unable to do so legally," says Josh Bernstein, director of federal policy at the National Immigration Law Center in Washington, D.C.

Lawmakers say they anticipated that this problem could arise but hoped Congress would pass a bill to legalize these students. Such a bill is expected to be introduced in the Senate in coming months.
Look, one little state has one little program, and you seem to think that means all the immigrants, legal and illegal, are going to have big college degrees and take all the good jobs away from the white folks, or real Americans, whichever comes first, I suppose. The fact still remains: most immigrants, the vast majority, are here to do the shit jobs most Americans would turn their noses up at. That is the reality.
One little state....roflmao

You are such a fucking idiot
 
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Generally, all over the world, the jobs immigrants take are the lowest level jobs, manual labor and such, unskilled labor. Immigrants, legal or not, would not be taking jobs away from my children because they would be well educated and ready to take up a professional career. They would be flexible enough to start out in a position which may not be their first choice and/or to go anywhere in the country or the world to work in their chosen field. Bitching and whining about poor people who do the shit work no one else wants to do would not be something they'd be involved in.
Don't count on it.
In 2001, Texas became the first state to pass a law allowing undocumented immigrant students who graduated from a state high school to pay resident tuition at public universities. Since then, eight more states have passed similar laws, and bills are before legislators in several other states. In a few states, financial aid is available. For Ms. Garibay, whose single mother is a cleaning lady, the in-state tuition legislation opened up an otherwise unaffordable opportunity.

However, as the first crop of students -- about several hundred -- who benefited from the Texas bill prepare to graduate in coming months, they find themselves unemployable. Their legal limbo is turning Texas into the test case for what happens to the new class of educated but illegal graduates.

"We have this irony -- young adults who are trained and ready to join the work force but are unable to do so legally," says Josh Bernstein, director of federal policy at the National Immigration Law Center in Washington, D.C.

Lawmakers say they anticipated that this problem could arise but hoped Congress would pass a bill to legalize these students. Such a bill is expected to be introduced in the Senate in coming months.
Look, one little state has one little program, and you seem to think that means all the immigrants, legal and illegal, are going to have big college degrees and take all the good jobs away from the white folks, or real Americans, whichever comes first, I suppose. The fact still remains: most immigrants, the vast majority, are here to do the shit jobs most Americans would turn their noses up at. That is the reality.
Theses schools are all over the country and those illegals have already trained for careers. they're just waiting for amnesty to make them legal. they'll be trained for those jobs Obama spoke of last night
 

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There'd be jobs aplenty if only American workers would accept a compensation package more in line with their Chinese and/or illegal counterparts.
I watched machine shops go from 5% hispanic to 75% in the course of twenty years.
They are the biggest reason for stagnant blue collar wages.
 

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