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April 22 - April 28, 2013

What should Congress do about undocumented workers in the U.S.?

Answers Votes
Develop a rigorous legalization process that will end up deporting most of them 51%
Develop a lenient process to legalize most of them 41%
Nothing; the market will take care of it. 8%

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Tagged categories: Business matters; Government; Personnel; Politics; Workers

Comment from Shay Seaborne, (4/23/2013, 9:39 AM)

If we did not need these workers, they would not be here. A reasonable, fair and MODERN immigration policy will benefit America.

Comment from William Gusnard, (4/24/2013, 10:56 AM)

In response to Shay, we have enough unemployed citizens already here but it is cheaper to have the illegal, undocumented workers here instead - not welfare, social security, taxes, etc. plus they get lower than minimum wages. Minimum wages mean what they pay minimally qualified workers to do menial tasks. Our government creates this work problem by paying wages for people unable/willing to work and they make more money this way than by taking a minimum paying job. As per the recent Boston bombing, there can be no such thing as a reasonable and fair immigration policy without those people wanting to immigrate do it properly. The rules are in place so that we can control the quality of the immigrants so that we can get useful members of society.

Comment from Richard D Rockett, (5/6/2013, 8:56 AM)

Congress is not responsible with their delegated duties and therefore should be replaced or eliminated.

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