Texas farmers had reported that they had already started to loose money for the lack of workers?

texas farmers had said that unless there is a migratory reform allowing those who are here to stay and those who want to come to come they will be in real problems . California and Florida are having the same problems what its your opinion about this ??? do u care to pay several times more ??? how do u think those who are american and cannot afford to pay more feel about having to pay for this ??? all tripplediggit does is to be sit on his ...... in front of the computer . the plan to make harder to cross the border is working . however as i said california , texas florida are already reporting loses . u may not have a problem about paying several times more but think about those who live day by day and u say to care about .

Asked By: game over loves evanescence - 8/13/2006
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Well it is a major problem all the racist anti immigrants do not want to deal with, and neither does the Republican House... More
Answered By: cantcu - 8/13/2006
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call tripledigit....he will work
Answered By: don45123 - 8/13/2006
you can't 'loose' can, however, 'lose' money...
Answered By: laura n - 8/13/2006
So what? Kick all illegals out!!!
Answered By: ndmac - 8/13/2006
My opinion is HA HA HA! I would like the farmers to suffer a little while! The government will soon realize how much the immigrants are needed. I dont want to pay more for produce. And I think the rest of America is with me on that.
Answered By: Mendi8a - 8/13/2006
i say deport illegals...and let these p ussy's pay 10 $ for carrots....then they will beg them to come back.....
Answered By: Brotha Man... - 8/13/2006
we need to have all the illegals out because it is costing us more in our tax dollars because they dont pay taxes.
Answered By: Azary1010 - 8/13/2006
I was under the impression it was due to the drought?? At least from the reports I have read.........
Answered By: Hold em Rox - 8/13/2006
Based on Census Bureau data, this study finds that, when all taxes paid (direct and indirect) and all costs are considered, illegal households created a net fiscal deficit at the federal level of more than $10 billion in 2002. $20 billion in 2004. We also estimate that, if there was an amnesty for illegal aliens, the... More
Answered By: hadenough - 8/13/2006
I think hadenough has this answer.
Answered By: Knights on the Job - 8/13/2006
Good, any business relying on breaking the law to stay in business, does not deserve to be in business, and I hope they go under or find a legal way to stay in business. Stop with the price increases. Prices will never raise as high as you pro-illegals would like everyone to believe.
Answered By: Ricky - 8/13/2006
I think only farms that use Illegal labor will hurt. And they are a small percentage. So we will not be hurt by it at all. All prices will go up regardless but not because of your reasoning.
Answered By: Melody - 8/13/2006
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Answered By: JD - 8/13/2006
They need to start hiring more actively in the United States, then, or figure out how to go forward without relying on illegal hiring practices. Our country's got 280 million legal residents, plus guests, this one's all about hiring practices.
Answered By: gokart121 - 8/13/2006
Anybody that wants cheap labor will tell you any hard luck story there is. Show us some actual stat's on this. Show me their actual loses in black and what they claim to be losing ?
Answered By: Zoe H - 8/13/2006
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