First, migrant labor in farming has never been an issue. It's a well established practice, and wasn't an issue until it was perverted by the influx of illegal aliens who come here to exploit this country. Why you've gotten stuck on farming is beyond me.
Originally Posted by b_dubz
Second, the article I posted contained sources as well, so your immediate dismissal of it does not add to your credibility. However, let's consider the NY Times article you linked.
Illegal immigration does have some undeniably negative economic effects. Similarly skilled native-born workers are faced with a choice of either accepting lower pay or not working in the field at all. Labor economists have concluded that undocumented workers have lowered the wages of U.S. adults without a high-school diploma — 25 million of them — by anywhere between 0.4 to 7.4 percent.
Of course, the fact you're staking a claim on one guy from UC Davis makes your claims all the more laughable.
It's evident you have a singular opinion about the illegal aliens who have done so much harm to the US Economy, education, safety, and health care. All facts will be dismissed by you, so I will leave you to your fantasy.