America's problem just became Canada's problem... | Page 3

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  1. Rod1 Steel Belt

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    Blight? seriously fuck off.

    Poor Americans having to deal with cheap labor to do the shittiest jobs in town.
     
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    30% of Mexico's population to the US over the last 40 years.
     
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  3. Curmudgeon Orange Belt

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    It is and has been a blight, even if it makes you feel uncomfortable(I get that considering where you're from). Maybe if they did it legally and didn't bring what turned they're home countries into the mess it is, it would be a different conversation.
     
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  4. Curmudgeon Orange Belt

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    Ah the handful in bc.
     
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  5. Rod1 Steel Belt

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    Not even close.
     
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  6. Rod1 Steel Belt

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    Pfft, states with illegals tend to have the most dynamic and vibrant economies.

    There is a fucking reason US politicians do shit about the issue, for all the grandstanding Trump is doing he wont go after the employers, which everyone knows who they are, because people hate illegals but like cheap labor.
     
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  7. Curmudgeon Orange Belt

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    So if they're so awesome, why not do it the legal way? Try to leave catch phrases and buzzwords out of it, you can do it.
     
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  8. Rod1 Steel Belt

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    Because there is no legal way for the vast majority of them. And since they are already there, there is no incentive to get reform done, not without pissing off the xenophobic states that dont even have them.

    The thing is that kicking them out is easy as shit.
     
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  9. Curmudgeon Orange Belt

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    If there's no legal way, then stay home. Follow the rules or take the shit that comes your way.
     
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  10. Rod1 Steel Belt

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    Thats good on paper, but the reality is that if you are giving them jobs they wont leave.

    If you really want to kick them out, you could grandstand all you want or you can simply remove the beacon that keeps calling them.
     
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  11. Curmudgeon Orange Belt

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    I agree. Personally I'd start rounding them up on busses and back over the border with them if they're unwilling to become citizens for tax purposes. I'd also greatly reduce social services, and add some other goodies(forced birthcontrol/etc), so the incentive isn't there for anyone looking to just set up shop.
     
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  12. Rex Kwon Do Silver Belt

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    That's because places with dynamic and vibrant economies produce a lot of jobs and the illegals are drawn to them; the illegals aren't the ones causing the dynamism and vibrancy, they're just hitching a ride with it. If it were as easy as importing a ton of illegals to make your local economy so great, then shitty states would build highways directly to poor areas of Mexico.
     
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    You've always refused to cast your discriminating eye on your own country.
     
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  15. Rod1 Steel Belt

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    No, im actually quite critical of my home country, something you are unable to do.
     
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    Never said they are the cause, cheap labor is like fuel to any economy, it only adds to it. Which is my point, if illegals were indeed a drag on the economy then measures that actually work would be implemented to kick them out.
     
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    Or you could go against those that are employing them and thus making the illegals leave on their own, which would be infinitely more cheap.
     
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    I'd probably go there to start the round up yes, wouldn't fine them though. Loss of there cheap labor would be sufficient I think. Then find the bumpiest road for the ride to the border/ocean/nearest cliff.
     
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    So millions of Mexicans have not emigrated to the US over the last few decades?
     
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  20. DynamicLoosener Grass Fed Free Range Dolce Belt

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    In the TV show "The Expanse", Earth has grown to a massive population of 30+ billion people, half of them are on welfare, and you have to get a license to have a child.

    Too much growth is going to destroy the world just like too much growth destroys living things (aka cancer).
     
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