>From: "Smigrodzki, Rafal" <SmigrodzkiR@MSX.UPMC.EDU>
>To: "'email@example.com'" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: the waves of immigration that now plague this nation
>Date: Thu, 18 Oct 2001 11:15:14 -0400
> >### I have some misgivings about getting involved in the discussion that
> >Randy started but, whatever.
>Oh, boy. More insults!
Are you saying that your comment, "I have some misgivings about getting
involved in the discussion that Randy started but, whatever." is NOT an
>I have stated many, many times, that I think that ANYONE and EVERYONE with
>legitimate MD shoukd be able to come here to the USA. In fact, I have
>suggested PAYING them large sums of money to come here. I have suggested
>building medical schools in 3rd worlds so we can get MORE M.D.s here. The
>same thing goes for PhD's or even for *legitimate* students who want to
>study for a PhD here, and already have a *good* degree.
>### Good. Here we agree - persons with skills useful in the American
>should not be prevented from joining the job market here,
Let me clarify: I think that people with advanced degrees in science and
expecially MD's are beneficial to the "owners" of America (its citizens) and
therefore I espouse allowing them into our country, our commonly property.
Just as many businesses seek to hire people who will benefit the business.
If I, Randy Smith, own a business, and I want to hire, I hire the person who
will benefit me, Randy Smith. And if I am a partner in a business, we, the
partners, will dicuss candidates, and hire the ones that benefit us, the
partners, the most. The candidates that are more likely to put more pieces
of green paper in the wallets of the partners are those candidates who will
be hired. An advanced degree is science is often a good marker of such a
candidate (in many cases).
>certainly not to
>protect anybody's six-figure income from competition.
See above re: "greem pieces of paper". That means currency, money, moola,
bucks, etc. And since we own the "place of business" we are INDEED
concerned about OUR income.
That, my friend, is the way of the world. Unfortunately, many of my AMerican
citizen-partners have been swayed by very wealthy parties such as
corporations, who benefit from bringing in more immigrants to lower wages.
>You are wrong about immigrants in general being a plus for America, or for
>### Let me quote myself:
> >The question of regulating immigration can best be solved to the benefit
> >the American nation by an impartial economic analysis aiming to
What do you think of MY "impartial economic analysis" above?
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