Dan Stein On Immigration Reform

January 12, 2013

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2 Responses to Dan Stein On Immigration Reform

  1. Ron Bass on January 26, 2013 at 12:12 AM

    Ms Castro, in referring to E-verify, says that Congress can make it the law of the land. It is currently the law of the land that you cannot hire an illegal alien. E-verify is just a tool to assist companies in determining who is legal and who is illegal. Congress, both Democrats and Republicans have been using the debate on E-Verify to avoid dealing with the real issue and that is the failure of our government to enforce our immigration laws.We have the laws on the books for years but we have never had enforcement and that is the main reason that the process is broken. The way to fix our immigration problem is to enforce the laws on the books.

  2. Dave Francis on February 6, 2013 at 7:07 PM

    None of the politicians or the preponderance of them show no sympathy for the 23 Americans either completely jobless, destitute, or the part time employees or those who have given up hope of finding work? All they seem interested in is highly skilled workers or the agricultural Guest worker.

    Incidentally, I heard today that the term Illegal Immigrant is politically incorrect by Democrat Rep. John Conyers Well—Sorry an illegal alien is the correct terminology, because only people who are inspected, have a visa or permission to enter a port of entry are legal immigrants? Just like the honest immigrant that awaits in faraway places to gain admittance is a legal immigrant.

    In concluding, Los Angeles County (just one county) spends over $1.Billion dollars annually in financing illegal alien welfare, states city administrator Michael D. Andronovich.

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