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    Proponents alter immigration bill in face of tough economic

    Proponents alter immigration bill in face of tough economic climate
    By Jared Allen - 11/23/09 06:00 AM ET

    House Democrats are making changes to their immigration legislation to reflect the nation’s high unemployment rate.

    The move comes as recognition that the 10.2 percent jobless rate – which is expected to rise and remain in double-digits for much of 2010 -- has altered the political landscape for an immigration bill.

    “Each bill is reflective of a time. And with unemployment over 10 percent I think we need to have language that is very carefully tailored,
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    Gutierrez said he will “design language that guarantees that no American citizen, no one born in the United States of America, will ever lose a job opportunity to someone who is foreign born."
    Well, Luis, you better start understanding that there are many foreign-born who are here legally, and I certainly hope your bill will differentiate. As an American, I would hate to see the waste of paper on a bill like this until you get that straight and quit spouting La Raza-speak.
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    [quote]Gutierrez said he will “design language that guarantees that no American citizen, no one born in the United States of America, will ever lose a job opportunity to someone who is foreign born.
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    Re: Proponents alter immigration bill in face of tough econo

    [quote="jean"]Proponents alter immigration bill in face of tough economic climate
    By Jared Allen - 11/23/09 06:00 AM ET

    House Democrats are making changes to their immigration legislation to reflect the nation’s high unemployment rate.

    The move comes as recognition that the 10.2 percent jobless rate – which is expected to rise and remain in double-digits for much of 2010 -- has altered the political landscape for an immigration bill.

    [b]“Each bill is reflective of a time. And with unemployment over 10 percent I think we need to have language that is very carefully tailored,
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    Now we know why former President Dubya Bush pressed so hard to pass an Amnesty in 2007. He knew that the economy was going to "tank" in a couple of years, leading to 10 % unemployment, and he wanted illegals to have already had legal status.

    It was Bush's idea, early in his first term, to promote a program of affordable home-buying to low-income groups, and even to illegal aliens. This led to the Mortgage Industry Crisis shortly after the failed 2007 Amnesty attempt. This led to the $ 787 billion bailouts approved by Congress, and the stimulus program, and massive Federal debt. And 15 million unemployed Americans. I'm astonished that even Luis Gutierrez acknowledges that Americans should come first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunlandbob
    I'm astonished that even Luis Gutierrez acknowledges that Americans should come first.
    If you believe that BS I have a certain bridge for sale.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ratbstard
    Quote Originally Posted by sunlandbob
    I'm astonished that even Luis Gutierrez acknowledges that Americans should come first.
    If you believe that BS I have a certain bridge for sale.
    "Should" is the key word. Everyone knows American workers "should" come first. Of course he has to say this. But in reality, WILL they come first?
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    When he talks about jobs going first to those who are American born, he surely knows this includes the millions of anchor babies who will soon be eligible to take American jobs. The Hispanic population in this country is increasing mostly by births of citizen children to illegal aliens, and the impact on the job market in the future will be tremendous.
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    Illegal alien ally Luis Gutierrez "guarantees" protection for American workers
    November 25, 3:18 PM
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    Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-IL), the self-appointed messiah for illegal aliens, says his soon to be introduced amnesty bill will include adequate protection for American workers.

    The "repulsive" Gutierrez, who earlier this year criss-crossed the country with his "family unity" road show that seeks to legalize 12 million illegals, said he will “design language that guarantees that no American citizen, no one born in the United States of America, will ever lose a job opportunity to someone who is foreign born.
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