Can anyone here explain it?
I don't know what will ultimately come of it.
I think it goes to show that there's nothing extraordinary difficult about this web site. I suspect cronyism on the part of the federal government. How else can you explain that they paid ~ $600M for a web site that doesn't work. I think they could have handed that money to most anyone who posted to this discussion and gotten a better result.
I believe that the political situation revolves around two simple facts:
1)Politicians, in general, like having a large underclass of citizens who are in need of help, and thus can be enticed to vote for them.
2)Business wants to pay the lowest wage possible (just like you and I want to pay the lowest price possible for anything we buy), and bringing in people from poor countries will tend to depress wages, even for legal workers, simply because they must compete with illegal immigrant labor.
There's no reason Americans wouldn't work agricultural jobs for reasonable wages. Of course, we would pay more for food, but why should we expect that the cost of food should be held down by illegal immigrant labor?
I have sympathy for the plight of poor people from countries like Mexico where it is so hard to earn a decent living, but the politics of it makes me ill.
For immigration activists to call illegal immigrants "undocumented foreign workers" would be like if marijuana legalization activists called marijuana an "undocumented plan", or if the NRA referred to assault rifles as "undocumented firearms".
It's quite clear to me that they're pushing to destroy the working class in this country by flooding us with cheap labor and they're trying to control the language to achieve their goal.
It's hard to believe that back in the day, Henry Ford was proud to say that people who built his company's cars could afford to buy them.
I quick Google search says you fail it.
I have followed some of the stories about people going to jail for insulting the king.
The short version is that he sometimes pardons people jailed for insulting him, but after they've been arrested and in jail for a while.