Dieter Maschewsky in his letter said, "illegal aliens are illegal aliens. Making them legal, semi-legal, semi-heroes or an absolute necessary part of the US economy is an attempt of taking the issue into the emotional field of inadmissible evidence. Other countries do very well without any immigrants, not to speak about illegal once."
I'll take Alan Greenspan's word on the value of illegal workers; I think Mr. Greenspan has a better grip on what drives America's economy.
But I was puzzled over which countries Mr. Maschewsky would list as doing well without any immigrants, possibly Ireland who has natives returning? Perhaps he'll write and list a few.
Mr. Alexander’s assertion, "There is no such thing as a "labor shortage", only a shortage of workers at a price an employer is willing to pay" needs careful examination before we start hiring out-of-work engineers to cut chicken and work for landscape companies. Somehow, in the real world, that dog won't hunt.
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