We could have convict labor pick the crops. Also, in two shifts and in different areas, teenagers and the retarded would be glad to work for minimum wage. All this would strengthen the character of groups of idle Americans, the only people we should feel responsibility for.
Allowing Third World people to work in our fields means sowing the seeds of future destruction. How do you think their own countries became so backward? They aren't victims of some political system; it is in the nature of these people to empower a failed state, no matter how many revolutions they have. Bringing that nature here will infect us with it too.
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On the outside, trickling down on the insiders.
We won't live free until the 1% live in fear.
Hey, richboys! Imagine the boot of democracy stomping on your faces, forever.
"The necessaries of life occasion the great expense of the poor. They find it difficult to get food, and the greater part of their little revenue is spent in getting it. The luxuries and vanities of life occasion the principal expense of the rich, and a magnificent house embellishes and sets off to the best advantage all the other luxuries and vanities which they possess. ... It is not very unreasonable that the rich should contribute to the public expense, not only in proportion to their revenue, but something more than in that proportion."
-- Adam Smith
(BTW, don't show your ignorance: A person does not need to be a citizen to be legal. It always amazes me how people can be oblivious enough about this issue to assume legal = citizen while also entertaining the absurd notion that they have the tools necessary to make an intelligent point in an immigration debate. That's an impossibility)
Tucker Case - Tard magnet.
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Mt. Rushmore: Three surveyors and some other guy.
Life goes on within you and without you. -Harrison
Hear the echoes of the centuries, Power isn't all that money buys. -Peart
After you learn quantum mechanics you're never really the same again. -Weinberg