Monday, March 17, 2014

Stating The Obvious

It's really a shame that something so obvious makes news in Obama's "new normal" society:  "Choosing American Workers Over Amnesty", by Daniel Greenfield at Frontpage Magazine.  "The Republican Party’s fate in 2016 will be decided in places like Macomb County. It will be decided by white men and women earning $20,000 to $50,000 a year. It will be decided by working families struggling to get by and searching for answers from a government that keeps betraying them.
That is the point that Senator Jeff Sessions, the Republican senator who has stood tallest against amnesty, makes in his National Review article 'Becoming the Party of Work.' Sessions argues that slowing down immigration in a time of tremendous economic turmoil would actually be the populist thing to do. Three to one of those earning under $30,000 want to see reductions in immigration. Instead the Republican Party is alienating them further by championing illegal aliens." 
We have plenty of jobs for Americans who want them and who are willing to work, so let's promote the work ethic here at home rather than in Mexico! 

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