Immigration


How do you deal with an invasion?  This is how.  It’s time we call it by the appropriate term.

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and decided to place a few thoughts for our representatives. Here are the initial thoughts before specific editing that will go to each individual:

Dear Sir:
I am writing to you concerning a truth ignored by the main stream propagandists and never mentioned by the political class. That is: nature abhors a vacuum. This is true in physics as well as in society. A vacuum is created when the container encompasses a greater volume than the internal contents can fill. That additional space “draws” on additional material to fill what lacks. Otherwise stated, the pressure on the system from the outside will force material into the empty spaces within, unless stopped by an adequate barrier.
Socially speaking, this phenomenon is seen in prohibition, the “drug war”, and illegal immigration which made/make an artificial vacuum on certain activities. The fact the activity continues is testament to the barrier not being adequate, or faulty in concept as the adoption of the 21st amendment admitted.
Another vacuum is in illegal labor. This is caused by the barrier of the minimum wage. This concept is false and based on the Marxist idea that all work is equal. Work is different in value to both the laborer, and the owner. The laborer may pick a task for pure enjoyment of that task which allows a pay scale below that of one doing the work strictly for the monetary compensation. A burger flipper is not the same as a heart surgeon, which is not the same as a street sweeper, or lab assistant. The existence of the minimum wage law provides an artificial barrier encouraging the outside pressure of illegal immigration. These workers fill in the gaps forced by the law’s existence. Let employers pay what workers will accept for any particular job, and notice the difference that the market produces in the flow of illegals as native individuals occupy those gaps. It is not that we don’t have workers to fill the jobs, we just don’t have workers to fill the jobs at those wages. Regulation has put many employers in the position of having to stay in business with illegal market level wages, or go out of business in this country. Larger corporations have used their size to perform this same task by moving production to favorably priced labor markets, and maintaining sales here. Removal of regulations hampering businesses and allowing the market to operate will fix a multitude of problems that minimum wage and business over-regulation has caused. So in closing, let me reiterate my perspective is that the government has caused the immigration problem by application of minimum wage, excessive regulation of business, and lack of border enforcement. With that prescription, the treatment is easy to identify.

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