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Why do people say that Mexicans take their jobs coming into this country?

Let's say they decide not to come. A GREAT majority work for fast food restaurants, janitorial services, construction, and fieldwork. Will the people like the minutemen who complain, actually do those jobs if they leave!!?? I would love to see these people complaining work at hot temperatures at overtime hours for minimum wage pay. Also, if they are so worried, why won't they go apply for the job!!?!? They obviously have more rights.

Asked By: fierce_guy - 9/26/2006
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Answered By: Lucky - 9/26/2006
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Hostility toward others is a coveted and greatly cherished activity in the North American White Culture - You can see examples of it throughout our media - How mean-spirited we like to be... More
Answered By: QUARRLA - 9/26/2006
 
they work for dirt cheap, under the table. Some companys would rather hire jose for 5.00 an hour and not ask for his green card.
Answered By: Tom N - 9/26/2006
 
its just pure laziness what else can it be.
Answered By: eperez832 - 9/26/2006
 
i dont think we would have enough people to do all the jobs. we'll be running short.
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Answered By: Dee Why Boy34 - 9/26/2006
 
these people wont apply for those jobs. but kicking out the i****************s will cause some outsourcing then there wont really be any jobs. especially with the minimum wage going up. companies dont want to pay more they want to pay less.
Answered By: alex f - 9/26/2006
 
Yeah, americans are ignorant and always blaming other people for their problems. They are fat bastards who are too lazy to get a job, yet blame the mexicans, indians, chinese, etc for it. They like sitting at home collecting welfare, food stamps, and all the other stuff the country gives them for being citizens, but... More
Answered By: BosreeChoder - 9/26/2006
 
Its an excuse to not work and stay on welfare. I have never had trouble finding work when I needed it. And I'm 68
Answered By: larryclay2006 - 9/26/2006
 
A lot of the jobs around my area are those jobs. And yes they have taken those jobs.
Answered By: kimberly0627 - 9/26/2006
 
The problem is that these hispanics come to American ILLEGALLY and do jobs for less than minimum wage. Now tell me as the big corporation do you want to pay $5.00 a hour or $8.00???? What do you think?? Americans will not work manual labor jobs for $5.00. And they shouldn't have too, and neither should the hipanics... More
Answered By: amyleeh123 - 9/26/2006
 
I believe your original ? was why do ppl say Mexicans take their jobs coming into this country.. The answer...probably because these ppl that say this have had their jobs taken away by Mexicans. And as for these jobs don't pay....sorry....My nephew is a carpenter. He makes about $50,000 a year. He works for himself and... More
Answered By: rainynghts_71 - 9/26/2006
 
I agree.....they say that Hispanics are "taking" jobs away from Americans......how is that possible......I have 2 jobs....and didn't "take" them from anybody....they were there for the asking....and there in lies the problem....Americans like to complain and complain but do nothing to better their own situation. If... More
Answered By: Aztek G - 9/26/2006
 
If we didn't have all the illegals to do the work at less than minimum wage, then companies would have to research other ways of getting the job done. For example: instead of having dirt-cheap labor on our fields picking vegetables, we would design equipment to do it- but why bother when we have the illegals?!?! Them... More
Answered By: TJD - 9/26/2006
 
It is not just Mexicans it's other nationality's as well. you have got a man right here that works in those hot temperature's, in what used to be overtime hours, with over time pay. But, no over time as of late, and barley enough work to go around. I complain because they do come over here and take my 40.00 an hour job... More
Answered By: oderus138 - 9/26/2006
 
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