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- - - - Mark Twain (Roughing It)

Saturday, September 6, 2014

10% of California workers are illegal aliens - Black Americans are shafted

Black Americans sold out by Democrats.

Racist Democrats: "Fuck You" to Blacks
  • Democrats have decided to totally screw over African-American citizens of the United States in favor of their brand new favorite ethnic group: illegal alien Hispanics.
  • Unemployment rate:  5.3% for whites, 7.5% for Hispanics and Black unemployment has increased from 10.7% to 11.4%.  (CNS News)
  • Democrats insist that illegal aliens be given jobs, free education, free medical care and free lawyers to fight deportation while Black American citizens go without.

A report released Wednesday by researchers at USC found that illegal aliens here in the People's Republic of California make up nearly 10% of the state's workforce.

The study, which was conducted in conjunction with the California Immigrant Policy Center, was based on census data and other statistics, including data from the Department of Labor and the Department of Homeland Security reports the Los Angeles Times.

USC sociology professor Manuel Pastor, who worked on the report, said it shows how integrated immigrants are into daily life in California.

"It's a population deeply embedded in the labor market, neighborhoods and social fabric of the state," said Pastor, who is a co-director of USC's Center for the Study of Immigrant Integration.

Advocates for more inclusive immigration policy say the economic contributions of immigrants are another reason they should be allowed to stay.

“Every one of California’s immigrants helps shape our state’s economic and civic vitality,” said Reshma Shamasunder, director of the California Immigrant Policy Center. She said President Obama should take immediate action to limit deportations and “honor these contributions and advance economic prosperity.”

But those who call for stricter enforcement of existing immigration laws say assessments of immigrants' share of the GDP does not account for the large cost governments incur in providing schools and other services to illegal aliens here illegally.

Steven Camarot, of the Center for Immigration Studies, which favors stricter restrictions on immigration, also said that bigger economies are not necessarily better.

"A bigger economy doesn't mean the people are richer," he said.

It found that of the 4.4 million immigrants living in the greater Los Angeles region, 1.1 million are here without permission.

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