Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Vermont business leaders support immigration

A 25-year-old Vermont business group is the latest in a string of prominent political and business voices to speak up against anti-immigrant rhetoric that has risen to the forefront of the presidential campaign.



  1. The U.S. now has 88 million millennials, people born 1981 to 2000, the largest share of the U.S.'s voting-age population. About 15 percent of these young adults are now foreign born when historically the average was around 5 percent. This is part of the globalization of America, the great exporting of assets and jobs overseas. This policy means less economic benefits for the majority of Americans. We enrich the pockets of a few who benefit from these liberal immigration policies while the life style of most Americans is destroyed. Many of these immigrants do not share our views and religious beliefs and wish to destroy our country whether it is through sheer violence or through voting out our life as we have known it. These policies are heavily promoted by the Democrats and the businesses who profit from cheap labor.

    “There’s a labor shortage in Vermont. We’re always looking for more help. The problem is that few young people are available, we don’t have a growing population, and so we have an aging state. The board speaks for these labor market interests on behalf of 750 business members.”

    If you don't understand what is happening here you must have been a recent student in the Springfield School District which lost its way many years ago and is unable to produce a quality education.

  2. These people are obviously not using the heads that they'll eventually lose because of their total blindness and obedience to political correctness.


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