i know that not all are like that, but there has been alot. to riot just b/c a bill is passed and you know you are an illegal?? that is absurd that is a one way ticket to showing why the bill is being passed.
i do and have done my research. they do take jobs at lower costs, mainly not b/c americans will not do them, b/c the companies want to pay less for labor and make a larger profit.
that is why we make laws about slave labor or child labor. if not the rich can shaft anybody out of money at any time. if we do not ask for the higher aounts of money then alot of people can't live.
companies hate paying people alot of money for the labor they do that is why they use illegals.
yes we can live without them, companies will just hav to weigh the choices about how much they are willing to pay to get it done.
american mindset is to make as much money as they can as fast as they can. bill clinton helped in theis while he was presidient. he passed a few unsavory laws off that helps the rich get even richer.
we live in a society that complains about foreigners taht get better jobs and jobs that are taken from us. why?? becasue these people are willing to do the same job for less.
it's not that americans will not do it.
i am a very open minded person, but how long have you been in the working field or really out there making it on your own? i have for a while.
people get turned down for jobs alot, and these are people that have skills and went through training and years behind them. why? so companies don't have to pay them as much as others, so they can make more money off of peopelt that will take less.
our system of buisness needs to be restructured. if we were to adapt from people like the japanese people then we would be ok.
make it easier for mexicans to get into the states would be a bad thing. right now we have problems with over crowding and other problems. making it easier would hurt our economy.
if we could help the mexican economy, maybe. by helping them out with trying to sort out their economy and make it better, but to allow more to the states, no.