Mr. Baer's letter highlights the flaws with the guestworker program proposed by President Bush. Mr. Baer may be a "willling employer" who has found a "willing employee" to sponsor but nowhere in his letter does Mr. Baer claim to have even attempted to find an American worker for the job. Nor does he state anything about the wage he's planning to pay, just that he's willing to be responsible for the employee. I can introduce any number of would-be immigrants who would be more than happy to come here and work for starvation (by US standards) wages - because they would be better off here than in their homelands. But in the meantime, where is Mr. Baer's concern for US workers?
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