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Immigration Debate Update: Senator Reid And The American Dream...Of Cheap Labor
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April 03, 2006, 08:31 PM
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Let me sum up the floor statement from Harry Reid, the Senator from Nevada:

Blah, blah, blah...we have a whole bunch of casinos...blah, blah,blah...they depend on undocumented immigrants to keep things running...casinos give me a lot of money...blah, blah, blah...we need a guest worker program.

Casinos don`t depend on "undocumented immigrants to keep things running" they depend on cheap labor to keep things running.

People like Reid and Kennedy don`t care about immigrants—they don`t care about anybody but themselves.

Americans are losing their place in the workforce because illegal aliens are willing to work for a pittance and as a result, every social class in America suffers—well, except for the wealthy corporations our politicians strive to protect.

At every level and at every opportunity, they exploit human labor and shamelessly try to pass it off as an act of benevolence—as a civilized society, we should allow these people to stay and experience the American Dream.

Hmm...the American Dream...what is that? I`ll tell ya...

It is a nation where opportunity knows no bounds, success has no limits and every man walks his own path—all men are created equal and they are entitled to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

...unless the government smells an opportunity to make money, then all bets are off.