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    THE END OF ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION IN CALIFORNIA IS WITHIN REACH

    Friday, February 3, 2006

    THE END OF ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION IN CALIFORNIA IS WITHIN REACH

    By Tony Dolz

    Tony Dolz, a Santa Monica, California businessman and candidate for the State of California 41st Assembly District which covers the cities of Santa Monica, Malibu, Malibu Heights, Topanga, Westlake Village, Agoura, Agoura Hills, Hidden Hills and Calabasas.
    Website: http://www.dolz.com


    The pressure is mounting for comprehensive border security and immigration law enforcement legislation ahead of the 2006 election. Candidates from either party risk becoming vulnerable if they endorse Guest Work Amnesty for the approximately 15 to 20 million lawbreaking illegal aliens and more transparently for the benefit of unethical employers, big and small, that illegally employ them.

    Let's be blunt, our elected representatives are not getting significant campaign contributions from underpaid illegal aliens, many of whom rely on tax-funded compensatory social services to survive. The money that is greasing the political wheels behind the blind eye to illegal immigration and the selling of a Guest Worker Amnesty to the American people comes from the businesses that are addicted to cheap and docile illegal labor.

    America turned a blind eye to the exploitation of desperate workers once before in its history when 10% of its population were slaves. Many free citizens before the Civil War would have picked cotton for a fair free-market wage, but not for a slave's wage. Before the Civil War, slave owners argued that without slavery, agriculture in the South would collapse. Following emancipation they were proven wrong. In a free marketplace, the price of all commodities, including labor, raise and fall under the influence of demand and supply until it reaches a fair and natural equilibrium. This is what we can call a “fair wage

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    Now THAT'S more like it!!

    That's the kind of guy we need to elect to office! Based on what he said here, if I was in his state and district, I'd vote for him.

    Good luck, Tony!
    All that is necessary for evil to succeed is that good men do nothing. -Edmund Burke

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    Excellent, Tony...we need a few thousand more Just Like You...

    Good luck and God Speed,
    RR
    The men who try to do something and fail are infinitely better than those who try to do nothing and succeed. " - Lloyd Jones

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