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You all check out these two recent articles above. That Goddam wall is nothing more than a porkbarrel boondoggle that tramples individual property rights and gives the Feds more power and more reason to jack with people. The Border, and I live 6 miles from a bridge and know the areas very, very well, is overrun with security and federal presence. You might have needed a border wall 15 years ago, but not now. Look at the apprehension numbers on a fiscal year basis, they continue to go down, down, down. If they build that GD wall it will be a free money pinata that might make recent wars pale in comparison.

Key West, I don’t know is the Dem’s will bend over backwards to make a deal to protect the DACA people, reason being is that if they give in on this wall they are gonna be repudiated and scorned in their traditional powerhouse areas, especially in Texas. The thing about the wall is it is great if it is built, but who in the hell is gonna pay for it to be manned and maintained for the next 20 or 30 years? The cost is astronomical.

Open 1 year green card visas, renewable for up to 2 more years, for Mexican’s and Central Americans. Conditions: Background check and criminal record check in home country. $2500 Up front cost, with $2000 returned upon departure and a $250 a year renewal fee. Inscription in a health insurance insurance plan. No welfare or assistance of any kind. No bringing family members. Requirement to obtain state DL and or other ID and maintain reported updated contact info at local post office (help fund that losing fucker) bi-monthly. No application for immigration status change when on this visa, change can be applied for but must be done via embassy or consulate. Normal witholding and tax processes.

I do not want the US to end birthright citizenship, I do not trust the Federal government to not eventually use this as some kind of big bad Trump card, no pun intended, as once auto citizenship by birth is removed the Feds gets to basically decide who can and gets to be American and who could lose that citizenship. This is one of the things that made America great. It is not this issue that is hurting America, it is the free stuff that is given out.

Think about the above immigrant pay to play plan; lest say 500K immigrants a year ready to mow lawns and hang dry wall and pick fruit. That is 1.25 Billion per year in basically a loan type deal with no interest due. Letting the average Mexican or Central America have a chance at working some in the US and to do it in a way that they don’t have to hide and sneak in will drastically hurt the Crime groups that charge $5000 to $10,000 per person. gas 0095 And then show the wets how to game the system.

"Open 1 year green card visas, renewable for up to 2 more years, for Mexican’s and Central Americans. Conditions: Background check and criminal record check in home country. $2500 Up front cost, with $2000 returned upon departure and a $250 a year renewal fee. Inscription in a health insurance insurance plan. No welfare or assistance of any kind. No bringing family members. Requirement to obtain state DL and or other ID and maintain reported updated contact info at local post office (help fund that losing fucker) bi-monthly. No application for immigration status change when on this visa, change can be applied for but must be done via embassy or consulate. Normal withholding and tax processes. "

Offer it to the illegals who are already here, first,, and anyone who doesn’t take it will be eventually found and deported , as the mix between legal and illegal will change, and those paying by the rules will be resentful of those getting a free ri de. Increase the penalties for being here illegally . Why not renew,, these people will know the ropes,, will be less of a burden,, will speak more English?So, we have a nice carrot, and a stick. With the legal labor force in place,, the illegals will be rooted out. It will take some time, but will we have legal people with licenses and insurance, paying taxes,, no longer living in the shadows.You get to stay as long as your nose is clean, and you meet some goals,, like English. This would satisfy the people who need the labor,, badly,, and now hire illegals to meet that need. Agro, dairy, meat packing, etc,,, Chain migration is limited to family re-unification,, children,, spouses, no nieces, nephews,, and third cousins twice removed. No more diversity lottery bringing in terrorists and other unknowns.

Offer it to the illegals who are already here, first,, and anyone who doesn’t take it will be eventually found and deported , as the mix between legal and illegal will change, and those paying by the rules will be resentful of those getting a free ri de. Increase the penalties for being here illegally . gas 10 ethanol Why not renew,, these people will know the ropes,, will be less of a burden,, will speak more English?So, we have a nice carrot, and a stick. With the legal labor force in place,, the illegals will be rooted out. It will take some time, but will we have legal people with licenses and insurance, paying taxes,, no longer living in the shadows.You get to stay as long as your nose is clean, and you meet some goals,, like English. This would satisfy the people who need the labor,, badly,, and now hire illegals to meet that need. Agro, dairy, meat packing, etc,,, Chain migration is limited to family re-unification,, children,, spouses, no nieces, nephews,, and third cousins twice removed. gas and supply No more diversity lottery bringing in terrorists and other unknowns.

Clearly we have a need for labor,, and it’s only going to get worse as the economy expands.Exactly. Well said. If we take away some of the "benefits" of citizenship then it won’t be near as important. It is entitlements and free wheel government spending that is the problem, not the wetbacks. Fucking Trump is as big a spender as there is too.

We really haven’t seen a drastic one in our lifetimes, but I think all us will, what I am talking about is a devaluation of the dollar. It is gonna happen, it has to happen, the timing is the only thing in questions. Next week? Next month? Next year? Who knows, but it is coming. That will be the end, my beautiful friend the end, of the Dollar world wide hegemony. There is no other way the US can payoff the debt it currently owes.

An easy answer to DACA is that parents who bring minor children illegally should be persecuted for felony child endangerment. Hell, if you leave a kid in an airconditioned car for 2 minutes while you bip in to a stop and rob to buy a bottle of water you get busted, why not illegals?That may be true for certain mass produced items and volume produced widgets. But if it were really true you would not see the continued growth of low wage jobs across many sectors. Equally you would not see the US exporting manual labor jobs like it has for 40 years. I work in arguably the most mature industrial trade going, I mean it gave origin to the Luddites. There has been and still is vast attempts at automation throughout out it. And there is some, but nothing completely earth shattering as in Textiles, as with many other industries, there are too many variables to completely and absolutely automate. There will never be complete automation of Drywall hanging, painting, yard mowing, plumbing, etc. again too many variables. What increased technology will do is make low skilled many labor jobs and trades more productive, but as population grows this is absorbed. Burger flippers, order takers, counter help, etc., positions that add no value will likely be replaced by automation. But those are not the "yobs" that the wets are taking for the most part. And the hard work doing roofs and bailing hay and such those that filled the previous jobs are not going to take manual labor.

The DACA deal is like pregnancy, it is done and they are here. I agree with, as would most logical people, that anyone who brings a minor illegal now should face some harsh punishment. But just as now, back then many of these kids came across legally and overstayed. They are here, and they aren’t Mexican nor Central American and they have a big problem. If they pay taxes and work, serve in the military just let them stay. If they fuck up, deport them. Make them pay taxes.

The other area where you are really seeing it is in the checkout lines at markets and fast food. It’s still a little klutzy in its implementation but the fact that people are accepting it is huge. static electricity jokes Indeed, why stand in line if there is a kiosk where you can order your Big Mac immediately? Sometimes you need help,, like finding the bar code on a piece of plywood at Home Depot after you’ve had it cut into a dozen pieces,, but mostly, you just scan the boxes of screws and plumbing fittings, and you are on your way. I’ve noticed that they no longer charge me for cuts more than 2

At Fry’s (Kroger’s), a checker can still get me out the door faster, but I’ve noticed that all the self serve checkout aisles are generally full. Ditto at WalMart. Once I figured out what all those little stickers on the apples and peaches were for,, it went a lot faster. It hasn’t been all free money: At Fry’s there is a "helper" for every four self serve stations, AND a security guard keeps an eye on things as well.

What I see here with the illegals, and I see a bit of it because I see Ariana from time to time, is a lot of work in the hospitality industry. House cleaners,, hotel maids, kitchen support at restaurants,, some construction working for a "crew",, Leo paints house interiors. There is a lot of new house construction in Tucson. Stuff like that will be tough to automate.

Leo’s — (Mexican friend who has been here 20 years and speaks excellent English) – boss is a sub contractor, gets paid with a 1099. Not hard to figure out how Leo gets paid his $20/hour Ariana has been cleaning hotel rooms,, and her biggest problem right now is getting a day off. A good piece of her $15/hour earnings finds its way to Nicaragua.

What I see here with the illegals, and I see a bit of it because I see Ariana from time to time, is a lot of work in the hospitality industry. House cleaners,, hotel maids, kitchen support at restaurants,, some construction working for a "crew",, Leo paints house interiors. There is a lot of new house construction in Tucson. Stuff like that will be tough to automate.

Leo’s — (Mexican friend who has been here 20 years and speaks excellent English) – boss is a sub contractor, gets paid with a 1099. Not hard to figure out how Leo gets paid his $20/hour Ariana has been cleaning hotel rooms,, and her biggest problem right now is getting a day off. A good piece of her $15/hour earnings finds its way to Nicaragua.

Exactly, that is part of what I am referring to. The Customer Service and public assist jobs are gonna automate, no doubt about it. Standardized repeatable volume manufacturing will also to a large degree, no matter the labor cost just due to the reliability and predictability. types of electricity consumers But there is a still a large component of manufacturing that is custom or semi custom. For instance, I have a good friend that works in a plant in Mexico that has as its main production bearings for aerospace industry, a lot to Boeing and Airbus. Well you would think that this type of manufacturing would be very automated. It is to a degree on the CNC equipment they have, but they have so many variations and varying run lengths that only the basic controls can be automated. The best solution for that company was to find a low wage place and train up the employees because a large component of labor was still needed.