USDA: millions fewer illegal aliens wouldn't devastate...

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The table at [1] is from a Department of Agriculture study showing the impacts of two different immigration scenarios: * One with an increased guest workers program. Full Story
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#1 Jun 12, 2012
Exactly!

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#2 Jun 12, 2012
machines will put Americans back to work,illegal aliens leaving will help all the way around. the money wasted on illegal aliens and the money stolen and sent out of the country by them would also boost the economy.

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#3 Jun 13, 2012
Isn't this what ee have been saying for years??? Mechanization would be a plus in keeping their diseased hands from handling our foodstuffs, while the output would be more efficient and the taxpayers would have a break from supporting illegals and their gargantuan families.

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