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« on: July 12, 2011, 02:15:04 PM »

Just unbelievable. Seems by hook or by crook Obama is doing exactly what his corporate donors demand he do. That's import more foreign workers to take American jobs.

The latest is in a faux pas agenda that is being sold as a manufacturing policy. Contained within Obama's lobbyist white paper being presented as a report we have this:

    Expand the number of high-skilled foreign workers that may be employed by U.S. companies.

Let's see, we only have more Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) college graduates than the U.S. can employ and it is well documented foreign workers are used to labor arbitrage U.S. workers. There are currently about 200,000 tech workers needing a job and that does not count the hundreds of thousands forced out of their careers by foreign guest workers and offshore outsourcing.

These same corporate lobbyists have been trying to get unlimited Visas into the United States for years. Since comprehensive immigration reform has failed, it seems now they are hiding their U.S. worker displacement program in a so called manufacturing policy. Microsoft, for example, fired 5000 engineers all the while lobbying for more foreign guest workers....

read more here - http://www.economicpopulist.org/content/importing-foreign-workers-not-manufacturing-policy

Meanwhile, Obama has a race to the top for education.  What is the reality?  Teacher cheating on student tests to raise test scores.  Athletics and academics with no score keeping, no winners, no losers, no accomplishments, no competition...

Cheating school systems that don't even 'teach to the test', they just raise student scores by cheating at the class room level.

How does any American child or worker compete?  No education in the schools, no opportunity for the native born or legal worker.

just my humble opinions

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