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Comment: Re:Lower cost for H1B ? In your dreams .... (Score 2) 341

by lawnboy5-O (#47336549) Attached to: If Immigration Reform Is Dead, So Is Raising the H-1B Cap
I have first hand experience with it - and it's clear, as the message came from the top to drive down wages... look for foreign workers. Laws be dammed, particularly in right to work states. It's a sad but real truth to this situation of immigration. Is it everywhere - of course not - but I'd wager mostly everywhere.

Comment: Oligarch's Game (Score 3, Insightful) 538

by lawnboy5-O (#47290061) Attached to: Teaching College Is No Longer a Middle Class Job
Evermore, even our education system in the USA is now a "big" business, just like healthcare - this is despicable. Its a disgrace. It's been going on for decades, albeit at a somewhat chelonian pace; and now it's accelerating. Keep on voting GOP and corporate clown Dems... and this result will continue. Young people- you must get and vote - save your generation. Mine is lost to the oligarchs.

Comment: Re:another great example... (Score 1) 66

Yes! the government's economic arm... but this is different than the corrosive state of affairs we have today, wouldn't you agree? And by extension of government, you are to say they are governing powers? No. emphatically not. But that is indeed what is starting to happen in today's society. A parent / child relationship is not what we have... and in my mind there is no such thing as a "free market" present in the USA. Adam Smith's invisible hand is a myth here... its stroking the ego of the fascists right now fact. Its either regulated, policed, and maintained to operate with our corruption, or its corrupt to the bone. There is no in between save for one scenario: the morality of man gets with it, so as to not needing the policing and regulation. I am not suggest theocracy here - I am suggesting morality as a cultural underpinning. My point being it needs to be a one way relationship - which it is - but in the wrong direction at the moment.

The number of arguments is unimportant unless some of them are correct. -- Ralph Hartley