2008-10-10 / Letters

Vote For Change In November

Dear Editor,

I know many people are annoyed and want someone they think they can blame their frustrations on. Well with your vote you can write, fax, call, vote for changes. The USA is not the melting pot of after nazi Germany anymore. All the countries of then as well as Japan, China, Korea, Vietnam, Poland, Germany, Italy, Australia, France, England among others are all rich, prosperous, self-sufficient countries with tighter immigration laws, that are enforced. Why? To protect the prosperity and longevity of their country. Which many Americans want established and enforced here in the USA. American jobs and pensions, social security and healthcare are our American backbone, which is being threatened. When a worker breaks the line of a union strike they are called scab workers. So what are illegals? The hindrance far outweighs the cheap labor. And the greed of whomever hires them. Should be fined, and it is cheaper to deport, rather than to pay for them to be jailed and to feed them, school them, healthcare. All on the American dollar. Which by the way is not valued at much as compared to other countries due to our lack of responsibilities to our own countrymen. Many of the illegals that come here are not destitute. Their countries (some) may have cheaper wages that match their lower cost of living. They do have the right to vote in their countries so they can make changes. Also many of these places boom with tourist jobs. Americans are not lazy and want all our jobs. American teens and college students can barely get a summer job anymore! Unemployment is very high. The poverty level and American homelessness is very high. So many illegals and many visa students never pay back their student loans. Please write, call, and fax, our assemblymen, mayor, governor, and senators. Ask them to tell the truth, we are not just in a recession but bringing on another great depression. The American economy and dollar, the standards of the USA have to be lifted up again. These issues should be on the ballot in November 2008.

COLLEEN DOCHERTY

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