September 25, 2008
Hurricane Reconstruction Policy: Resort to FEMA (Find Every Mexican Available)
I find one pun running the internet worth repeating. It has been said that localities trying to rebuild in the wake of Hurricane Ike are availing themselves of FEMA, not the federal agency once headed by the infamous Brownie, but by the policy of Find Every Mexican Available. As in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina, towns along the Gulf Coast devastated by Ike will probably resort to undocumented workers. Houston Chronicle, Sept. 25, 2008.
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The one silver lining in this dark economic cloud is that better than Gatekeeper, better than E-Verify, better than Hazelton, Escondido or Farmers Branch, a deep recession will dry up all of the illegal alien slave jobs and create a political climate in which it will be suicidal to propose "comprehensive immigration reform." Yes, it may hurt all of us at first, but in the end it will be a sunny, happy day when all of the illegals return to their homelands.
Posted by: Susan Goya | Sep 25, 2008 5:05:19 PM
No heartwarming stories about foreign lawyers displacing American lawyers? ICE would stand for International Counsel Employment. Har har har!
Not so funny, is it?
Posted by: bjk | Sep 26, 2008 1:43:05 PM