You mean "traitor"? I agree. I despise Lyndsey Graham more than anyone else in congress-except maybe for treasonous scoundrel Joe Lieberman. He makes me want to vomit.
Original message From: "Sean Lyons"
<[address removed]> [address removed]> To: [address removed] Received: 11/12/2012 7:24:09 PM Subject: Re: [ronpaul-529] On this Veteran's Day, CAPS asks why the U.S. isadmitting millions of immigrant workers when 1 in 3 young veterans isjobless
Lindsey is a neocon trader
On Nov 12,[masked]:22 PM, "Sean Lyons" <[address removed]> wrote:
The system doesn't care about American jobs. They wasn't division and to promote racial divide. American production and protection is our only hope. push your reps to free us of our free trade agreements and institute tariffs.
On Nov 12,[masked]:19 PM, "Dave Scholefield" <[address removed]> wrote:
And now Boehner, Lindsay Graham, and others are pushing for a general amnesty on top of it all! - D.S.
On this Veteran's Day, CAPS asks why the U.S. is admitting millions of immigrant workers when 1 in 3 young veterans is jobless
Unemployment For Young African American Vets Topped 40% in 2011
Please view CAPS ad which calls attention to the fact that despite high veteran unemployment, the U.S. continues to admit almost a million new legal immigrant workers a year to take American jobs.
“Our young Americans fought to enforce U.S. policies in Iraq and Afghanistan. It’s time we fought for them by reducing mass immigration and saving jobs for these young veterans,” commented Marilyn DeYoung, Chairman of the Board of CAPS.
More veterans settle in California than any other state in the country. And over the next five years, the number of veterans returning home looking for work is projected to increase exponentially, with more than one million veterans flooding the workplace. At the same time, states like California continue to experience a flood of another sort. Our government continues to admit about one million legal immigrant workers a year to take jobs. And they’re taking American jobs in places like California, already devastated by the Great Recession and continuing to experience some of the highest unemployment rates in the country.
The impact is being felt by all Americans. However, recently returning veterans 18-24 are being disproportionately affected. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that in 2011, young male veterans had an unemployment rate of 29.1%, nearly double the rate of their non-veteran counterparts. Young African American male veterans had an even higher rate of unemployment, topping 40%.
“Our young men and women in uniform put their lives on the line for all of us so that we may remain free. The least we can do is make sure they’re at the front of the job line when they return home,” commented DeYoung.
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