Senate passes immigration reform by a wide margin

The bill passed by a wide margin (68-32) – yet another 1000+ page bill that nobody has read. Every Democrat voted to undercut their labor union and African American supporters by undercutting the wages of existing US citizen workers. Of course, maybe that’s the point – once immigrants from China, India and Mexico destroy the American middle class, we’ll need even more government handout programs to rescue “displaced” workers

I don’t doubt for a second that my current client (a national wholesale food distributor) will rush in and replace existing warehouse and drivers with new immigrants. The company is owned by two private equity firms that have no notion of national identity, despite having “US” in the company name.

I have a legacy computer programming skill from the early 1980s that they needed. Each employer / client I’ve worked for has been burned by outsourcing this work to India for a bargain price at least once – only to realize after a few years and millions of dollars that the people they were renting had no actual experience or ability to do the work and we’re just stringing them along – but hey, the price was right! If you ever had a support call answered by a help desk in India, you probably understand – just imagine the subject matter is 100x more complex than figuring out why your microwave oven isn’t working.

Let the freedom begin!

Can I immigrate to India and buy a mansion and employ dozes of indentured servants to cut my grass and clip my toenails? I demand to be able to eat beef, though

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12 Responses to Senate passes immigration reform by a wide margin

  1. Art Stone says:

    Here is the summary from Neal Boortz’s news buddy

  2. CC1s121LrBGT says:

    I know about the management not being qualified. I once ran a small consulting company’s first ever fixed price project. In the middle of the project, they management forced me to let a competent contractor go in the middle of his tasks because they wanted to replace him with someone less qualified that was $5/hour and knew nothing about the project.

    That philosophy had worked well for them on their time and materials projects because it resulted in both a greater margin per hour and many more hours billed. Needless to say, it is not the way to manage a fixed price contract.

  3. Nidster says:

    The only way to stop this would be to have the House vote down whatever bill the RINO’s allow to come to a vote. Of course a bill will pass the House even if takes all the Democrats and RINO’s voting for it. We all should understand by now that whatever bill is passed in the House, no matter what it contains, the Senate bill will be adopted once it goes into reconciliation.

  4. Art Stone says:

    Speaking of competent, you may be looking for a link to Jamie Depree’s fine story – so am I.

    It’s amusing to me that news outlets – including the Blaze feel the need to censor the word cracker. Now if it was honky, that’s another story! Cue the Richard Pryor routine.

    I’ve decided that I’m going to start ******ing random words for no obvious reason, just to **** how culturally sensitive I am. Like, I don’t want people to ***** I’m retarded or something.

  5. Ed Gein says:

    Tell ya what, homesies- put some Skittles on a RITZ, and dat’s one Crazy Assed Cracker.

  6. CC1s121LrBGT says:

    Did you say “Skittles on a RITZ”.. I thought I heard “kibbles n bits”

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gvoBAeNhNZk

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