Here goes another benefactor of their parents struggle, ignoring the hardship most immigrants to this country face, experience and address on a daily bases. Should you care to present a balanced perspective and seek mutual outcomes read Still To Decide by Enoch Powell and you will see a similar reflection of concern now expressed by those who are opposed to illegal immigrants. Look at the economics and you will view a side of our economy that only they, illegal immigrants are willing to fulfill with the hope that they can move into society and make a life. Many of their lives are dire to say the least, why else would one embrace such opposing odds seeking a new future. While all the time many well healed Americans benefit from the silence of their vulnerability and revel in the pleasure of their service. If you are in any part a human, a believer in a life source that has given you the fortune of not facing such day to day uncertainty of life itself, then you will seek solutions and not hide in caverns of political drama building. The world is filled of displaced workers seeking life elsewhere, why not build a system of policies (IRS guided) to take in this billion dollar market.
Read: Frances Fox Piven & Richard A. Cloward – Regulating the Poor The Functions of Public Welfare.
…and now our featured story…
Mr. Valadao, the son of Portuguese immigrants, is one of a few Republicans in the state offering full-throated support for sweeping changes to the country’s immigration laws. Representatives Jeff Denham and Devin Nunes, whose districts include northern stretches of the state’s agricultural center, have said they would support some kind of legalization process for the nation’s roughly 11 million illegal immigrants, the most divisive issue in the debate.
All of this has put pressure on Representative Kevin McCarthy, a Republican whose district is about one-third Latino and includes part of Bakersfield, a working-class, immigrant-heavy city that Mr. Valadao also represents. As the majority whip, the third-ranking leader of the Republican-controlled House, Mr. McCarthy is expected to play an important role in deciding which legislative proposals end up being voted on and which are squelched this fall.