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Greg Siskind on Immigration Law and Policy

COLORADO AND ARIZONA CONSIDERING GUEST WORKER PROGRAMS

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The mess gets messier. States are not allowed to enforce immigration laws, yet they're passing one law after another that are bound to be held unconstitutional. Now two states that have effectively chased all the workers out of their states are in a serious bind and are trying to create their own visa programs to allow in guest workers. Sorry folks. That's also not going to pass muster with the Constitution. But the message is clear that we need comprehensive immigration reform that involves enforcement as well as updating our guest worker programs to meet the needs of our modern economy.

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  1. George Chell's Avatar
    For once I hope we Americans would stop being dishonest or deluded and face the truth. I have heard time and again from the antis ranging from Janice Herron of Evergreen, Colorado to Mark Kirkorian that they are willing to pay $4 for a lb of tomatos or $5 for a lb of lettuce. Guess what folks, in some national grocery chains it is $3 per lb of tomatos and the demand has declined sharply...Americans cannot buy tomatos ar $3 per lb due to debt or they do not want to buy it. Get over it folks and stop lying..one wonders why get lying politicians..they reprsent us well.

    In Prince William County of VA folks who were saying that they were willing to pay more for enforcement against illegals are the same who are now putting their homes on sale and looking for homes in Arlington and Fairfax because the property tax has been increased led by the racist Corey Stewart...I told one of them to their face that they were liars when they said that they would pay anything to fight illegals..they wont and many cant because the debt collector is after them.

    I think if we stop lying to ourselves and stop acting deluded we will go a long way to solving these problems.
  2. Another voice's Avatar
    Hopefully the economics reality will serve as a lesson to state and local government trying to enact this ridiculous laws that do not solve the problems to see that a different kind of solution is needed to resolve this matter.
  3. Phil's Avatar
    Isn't it unconstitutional for the govt to confiscate money from citizens
    and use it to violate federal law by aiding and abbetting illegal immigration.
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