Spot the dumbfucks Wrote:
> Spotted Wrote:
> > If you don't understand that the stage of
> development of the country,
> > need for low-skilled manual labor, and the
> levels of support provided
> > to immigrants and associated costs aren't vastly
> different today then
> > you are the one who's clueless. There is no
> comparable 'ordinary'
> > level of immigration between those times.
> So you simply admit to being a clueless douche and
> ignorant dumbfuck. You didn't need to. You had
> already mace it entirely obvious. Similar to
> average annual rainfall, it is simple history --
> something that has sailed right over your tiny
> little head -- that tells us what ordinary or
> normal levels of the foreign-born in the US
> population are. These went through a period of
> depression as two World Wars, the Great
> Depression, and the Cold War made any sort of
> global travel more difficult. With those factors
> fading from the picture, the situation has slowly
> been heading back toward normal. The future will
> bring more of the same. There is nothing you
> simple stooges can do to stop it.
There is no ordinary level and there are not comparable circumstances and the costs to support them and especially their children today are much higher.
> > Not until yours.
> LOL! The level of intelligence in evidence in
> posts here other than mine is very nearly zero.
> "Apartments behind K-Mart in Springfield" is just
> typical of how fucking dumb you all are.
Which, as hard as it may be for you to admit, is absolutely true.
> > Sorry Grandpa, that weird smell is coming from
> That's a good example of some 4th-gtrade level
> stupidity as well. You would receive low marks
> for that even on an elementary school playground.
> > What is it about immigrants from a wide variety
> of backgrounds
> > and with greatly different skill sets which
> makes them all
> > particularly adept at wiping your ass and
> otherwise attending
> > to your personal aging needs?
> As you are still too stupid to understand, the
> fields of medical, home, and personal care
> services -- fields that are and have long been
> dominated by immigrants -- involve much more than
> bedpans. Being such a mindless dumbfuck, you are
> simply incapable of discussing the matter with any
> sort of intelligence at all. You are in way over
> your head here, just as you would be in a
> discussion of how many eggs are in a dozen.
Right... All of those immigrant brain surgeons doing home health care... and lawn service.
> > Are they better at it than blacks and other
> < labor already here that they directly displace?
> Dumbshit. Illegals actually compete in labor
> markets with just one group -- black high school
> drop-outs. But the effect is not large.
> Otherwise illegals in large numbers are in jobs
> that without them would go begging.
Tell the US Civil Rights Commission.
1. There has been a significant rise in U.S. immigration, both legal and illegal, over the
past four decades. Experts at our briefing testified that immigrant workers now make
up approximately one-seventh of the American workforce, and they estimated that
illegal workers account for one-third of the total immigrants now in the U.S.
[Approved (4-1): Chairman Reynolds and Commissioners Gaziano, Heriot and
Kirsanow voted in favor; Commissioner Yaki voted against; Commissioner Taylor
did not vote.]
2. Illegal immigration to the United States in recent decades has tended to increase the
supply of low-skilled, low-wage labor available in the U.S. labor market. [Approved
(5-1): Chairman Reynolds and Commissioners Gaziano, Heriot, Kirsanow, and
Taylor voted in favor; Commissioner Yaki voted against.]
3. About six in 10 adult black males have a high school diploma or less, and black men
are disproportionately employed in the low-skilled labor market, where they are more
likely to be in labor competition with immigrants. [Approved (4-1): Chairman
Reynolds and Commissioners Heriot, Kirsanow and Taylor voted in favor;
Commissioner Yaki voted against; Commissioner Gaziano abstained.]
4. The average worker with a high school degree or less earns less today, adjusted for
inflation, than someone with a similar education earned thirty-five years ago.
[Approved (5-1): Chairman Reynolds and Commissioners Gaziano, Heriot,
Kirsanow, and Taylor voted in favor; Commissioner Yaki voted against.]
5. Illegal immigration to the United States in recent decades has tended to depress both
wages and employment rates for low-skilled American citizens, a disproportionate
number of whom are black men. Expert economic opinions concerning the negative
effects range from modest to significant. Those panelists that found modest effects
overall nonetheless found significant effects in industry sectors such as meatpacking
and construction. [Approved (5-1): Chairman Reynolds and Commissioners Gaziano,
Heriot, Kirsanow, and Taylor voted in favor; Commissioner Yaki voted against.]