William Thien

How to Deal With Ilegal Immigration

Posted on: June 27, 2013

One of the most drastic problems with the current status of illegal immigration in The United States is that industry benefits thoroughly from NAFTA while the citizenry suffers from the same legislation as it undermines their economic position. Yet the burden of maintaining the border or paying for the benefits obtained by illegal immigrants is still passed on to the citizen. Industry covers none of that while it simultaneously ships jobs just outside of our country’s borders due to favorable tax loopholes for doing so.

William Thien

A co-worker of mine asked me rather indirectly to address the matter of illegal immigration in the United States. I’ve been putting it off.

So I’ll get right to the point. We only have two choices really. Either seal off the border and do it right…or we will have to implement a European Union type solution.

Already with NAFTA (North American Free Tree Agreement) we are trading amongst North American countries for all practical purposes tariff free. Because of NAFTA, which of course devastated the job market in The United States, the framework is already there for a North American Union of some type. Our industry profits from the close proximity of foreign countries but the citizenry pays thoroughly in the form of taxes for benefits obtained by illegal immigrants while industry covers none of those costs, AND at the same time our citizenry endures loss of employment as jobs…

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