Would it be a tough decision to kick all the illegal immigrants out?
February 13, 2011 8:06pm CST
Well, I guess Arizona already set a great example for all other states to follow right? They set tight strict rules on immigration law, and it seems that they lost millions of dollars through this act. I don't know about Georgia here, would they follow the same footstep like Arizona? Georgia has great reliance on tourism business, and Agricultures. If they get all the illegal immigrants out, especially Hispanic race, would those Spanish - speaking communities protest and not willing to spend money on Georgia? Also, agricultural sector hire mostly from Mexican workers. Would this also affect the agrarian? It is certainly a tough decision to make.
2 people like this
14 Feb 11
I am a Canadian, who spends 5 months each winter in The Rio Grande Valley of South Texas. There are 50'000 acres of Citrus fruit and Garden Crops grown here in the RGV. Much of these food crops are produced using hand labor. White Americans refuse to work in the fields, as do Black Americans. Mexicans (The Hispanic race) risk their lives by swimming across the Rio Grande River to work in the fields for $3.00 an hour, daylight to dark, 7 days a week, to feed Americans who won't do the work, but who want them kicked out of the country!
• United States
14 Feb 11
Some people are really anti - other races, don't you think so, they would definitely vote for this issue, and make it such a big deal. So, what do you think? Georgia here on the civil war era was a slave concentrated state, that will be a matter to discussed.
14 Feb 11
It would rather be the easiest decision to kick all those illegal immigrants out but it would be the toughest and challenging thing to execute not to mention its mushrooming illegal immigrants within the four walls of the globe.