Is it better that an illegal immigrant get a job that would normally be shipped overseas.?

If there is a job that is going to be shipped overseas that an illegal immigrant can do, would it not be better to let the illegal immigrant have the job. It is not hurting anyone since the job would be going overseas anyway. And it is one more job that the US will be keeping in this country.

Asked By: - 8/25/2011
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the better solution would be to fix america so the companies can afford to hire american labor by getting rid of unions and stop fixing prices and wages
Answered By: robert - 8/25/2011
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Yes. They are here paying rent, utilities, food and payroll taxes.
Answered By: Jim - 8/25/2011
It wouldn't hurt the 50% of Americans who pay no income tax at all.
Answered By: cargo pilot III Flyin' Mayan - 8/25/2011
Nope it's better that the illegal immigrant goes back to his country
Answered By: BadWolf63 - 8/25/2011
If we could ship our farm workers overseas, there would be a lot more Mexicans doing tech support. That makes about as much sense.
Answered By: Paradox - 8/25/2011
both situations are not good for this country!! And the illegal will be sending most of his money out of the country so what is the difference.
Answered By: KIZE - IMPERSONATE THIS - 8/25/2011
OMG you people love to twist things about illegals around.The day that an illegal pays his way here in the USA is the day I would answer this with a YES.But as it is most illegals get some form of welfare that by the way we tax paying Americans give them.We give them housing,money, food stamps, WIC,etc.Sorry it doesn't... More
Answered By: Texasgirl - 8/25/2011
yea i think so. at least they spend money on food, and rent here rather than have an indian but things in India... More
Answered By: Evelyn j - 8/25/2011
Yes, but since picking lettuce, putting up drywall, washing dishes, and cleaning motel rooms are jobs that cannot be outsourced overseas, this question is purely hypothetical and not relevant to the debate over the contributions of i****************s to the economy.
Answered By: Raelyn - 8/25/2011
Yes, but the jobs don't really overlap much. The jobs that are being exported are not the jobs most illegals are working. Illegals spend billions in the US (and yes they send money home but they also buy tons of american products and send them home) so obviously they contribute to the economy where as people in other... More
Answered By: Karen - 8/25/2011
How does lawn mowing get shipped overseas
Answered By: Christian Barry - 8/25/2011
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