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With the Arizona laws putting pressure on i****************s, are we Americans going to be safe buying house?

and working inside the brand new work building? What I'm getting at is that South Americans are the best at building houses and other structures because of their good abilities to work with their hands and they are also very good at giving attention to every single detail. Contrary to popular believes, companies hire South Americans because they are very good at detail and attention and they don't have to be monitored because they are not lazy...not because they work for little money because they actually get paid big money under the table while they also collect a minimum wage taxable paycheck from the same employer at the same time. But, with this new Arizona law, we can expect to buy houses that are not safe to live in and work inside buildings that can collapse at any given time because the shortage of South American workers in the building field. Americans have lousy work ethics (I am a White American, by the way.)...American don't care if they do a good job or not...just as long as the check is in the mail. Americans are thinking that these "ROUND THEM UP AND SEND THEM BACK" laws is going to be beneficial when if fact is going to cause nothing but chaos. Why do you think the White House has never put pressure on illegal immigration before? The U.S. government benefits from good workers. ----------------------- @ Michael-- Michael, saying you actually do something is different from it being the truth. Dacades ago, Americans did have good work ethics...but that was decades ago. Americans now have very lousy work ethics and this is why many safety concerned Americans like myself buy Japanese cars instead of American cars. I would never feel safe living in a house that was build by an all American crew.

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Answered By: Michael - 6/4/2010
 
FIRST OF ALL I WANT TO SAY THANK FOR NOT USING RACIAL WORDS AGAINST THEM AND ITS TRUE THEY ARE VERY GOOD WORKS DUE TO MOST OF THEM BUILT THEIR OWN HOUSES BUT SINCE AMERICANS ARE ALWAYS SAYING THE SOUTH AMERICANS ARE TAKING THEIR JOBS AMERICANS WILL STEP IT UP AND DO A BETTER JOB AND NOT PUT THEIR FOOTS IN THEIR MOUTHS... More
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