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So single issue voter? Official I was going to be a Trump voter for halloween shirt. I would still consider this to be an uninformed voter because a good political response to this problem is to give those undocumented workers legal status to work here that requires they be paid a decent wage that wouldn’t so negatively effect local economies. Believing a border wall will somehow stop this from happening, or also not knowing that net Mexican immigration has been back to Mexico for several years qualifies you for being an uninformed voter. But consider the options. If you vote Hillary then likely nothing will be done to change their situation in your hometown, but if you vote Trump the gov’t might crack down and send those illegal people home, and/or force them to apply legally for citizenship through proper channels. It doesn’t matter if net immigration for the country is negative, or that a wall may or may not be effective; the point is that Trump will be many times more likely to crack down on illegal immigration in your area than Hillary, which will have a direct affect on your local jobs economy. So, why would that person be bucketed as “uninformed”? That seems unfair and condescending almost.
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No, I would say immigration reform is way more likely to happen under a Democratic presidency than a Republican one. Official I was going to be a Trump voter for halloween shirt. While I can see the logic that person would have to get themselves to believe Trump would do something to help that person, the help they would get would not be all that helpful. If you deport all underpaid farm laborers in a town, those farms will likely lose a lot of money, depressing the local economy. T-shirt design near me. Wages will not go up by much and already failing rural towns will continue to be left without a young generation with high paying jobs willing to stay there. The future of rural US is immigrant labor. Without out our rural towns will continue to fall into decay. I don’t think it is unfair to disagree with someone and to think the reason you don’t agree with them is because they are not as informed about things. I understand that it may come across as condescending, but it doesn’t change whether or not this is an accurate assessment, and I still believe my assessment is accurate.
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Its detrimental in the sense that rural economies are in a fragile state. Official I was going to be a Trump voter for halloween shirt. I do speak from experience on this particular issue. I have worked on farms and ranches in several states with undocumented laborers. Removing those laborers even for a temporary time, unless it was during a specific few weeks in winter, would hurt those businesses. ICE knows this and specifically helps out these businesses. These are all known practices. They will call the farm or ranch before a raid and say hey we will look at these specific plots but not these ones. The farmer moves all the laborers to the plots not listed then moves them back when ICE comes back. At the border in Texas, there are boats that take laborers back and forth daily.
I mean, let’s be fair – is malevolent really the right word? Official I was going to be a Trump voter for halloween shirt. We’re not talking about a millionaire, or finance analyst making a comfortable income. That has nothing to worry about when it comes to the outcome of the election. We’re talking about a tradesperson who is (rather unfairly) only barely making ends meet because illegal immigrants who ignore. All working regulations are able to undercut his business. And in an effort to feed his family and at least attempt to make the competition fair, he votes Trump. That person is malevolent? Really? I don’t think that’s really a fair label, nor is it an acceptable label. I think you need to seriously reconsider. The problem isn’t with my original post it was how I phrased things in my response.