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EC 101

Cuba and US back to biz as usual. Stand by for a new influx of ‘huddling masses’ needing a job. Puerto Rico on it’s back so we should expect more huddling masses from there, and so on - - -

EC101 - when there is a shortage of something that something cost more. More oil equals a lower price. Less gold equals a higher price, and so on - - -

A shortage of airline seats equals higher priced tickets. Some think the airline corpocracy is dickering with the number of seats available.

An overabundance of capital labor equals lower labor rates. Some think the corpocratists are/have been dickering with immigration to create an overabundance of laborers.

Trump talked about building a wall on the southern border and he jumped from last place in a field of 10 to 2nd place in GOP polls. The GOP corpocracy responded that GOP'ers shouldn't be making such statements as they will need to garner at least 40% of latino voters to win in 2016.

That's corpocratic speak for 'we won, we won', in that runaway immigration.has resulted in loading up the minority voting bloc making it impossible to win an election without their bloc vote. Recall it was the GOP corpocracy that worked so hard and in secret to implement the NAU where the southern border was to be moved, for immigration purposes, to the southern border of Mexico.

The folks can debate gays and religion but the corpocracy controls the playing field. We are all in for business efficiency (globalisation). Trump knows that and its unclear why he smacked corpocracy in the face.

How would one calculate the lost wages due to x years of runaway immigration? One could speculate it's somewhere between 20 and 80%. The detrimental effect on wages is like osmosis or turning up the heat on a frog in hot water, and so on - - -

http://gawker.com/study-the-u-s-is-an-oligarchy-1563363760

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Posted by Roy Ellis at July 1, 2015 8:33 PM
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Comment #396240

Would Trump have us believe that he never stuffed the pockets of the corpocracy so as to bring immigrants into his hotel business at min wage or below, and so on - - -?

I would say Huckabee is the more truthful GOP candidate, ensuring he will finish daid last.

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Posted by: roy ellis at July 1, 2015 9:09 PM
Comment #396315

In the news today that the President has acted to ‘narrow the target for deportations’.

In the news today that a 5 time deportee shot and killed a young woman in broad daylight on a San Francisco street.

In the news today that wages aren’t rising as ‘employers are still able to find people at prevailing wages. i.e. no worker shortage. More i.e., millions have stopped looking for jobs.

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Posted by: roy ellis at July 3, 2015 9:30 PM
Comment #396377

Speculating as to what the Fed and the ‘sanctuary city’ are saying about the murder of the young woman. ‘The devil made me do it, the devil made me do it’.

Posted by: roy ellis at July 6, 2015 9:27 PM
Comment #396380

Stop being silly, Roy. The devil?
Everybody knows Buuuuuuush, Republicans, evil white people, and a flag, made that guy murder that young woman.

Posted by: kctim at July 7, 2015 9:51 AM
Comment #396381

Hypocrite

Posted by: Speak4all at July 7, 2015 11:46 AM
Comment #396386

Here’s a quote from Speaks link.

“A spokeswoman for the Trump Organization told the newspaper in a statement that contractors who work with the company “are required to have prospective employees produce documentation that establishes identity and employment eligibility in compliance with immigration law.”

Please explain the suppose hypocrisy Speak.

Posted by: Royal Flush at July 7, 2015 3:06 PM
Comment #396389

This is what failure looks like.

Posted by: Speak4all at July 7, 2015 3:27 PM
Comment #396392

Speak can’t defend his charge of hypocrisy against Trump so he resorts to changing the topic. No surprise here.

Posted by: Royal Flush at July 7, 2015 3:31 PM
Comment #396394

RF, no need to change the topic. Check this article out from yesterday:

Another failure.

Suffice it to say that if I have to explain the hypocrisy to you then you aren’t worth the time to do that.

Posted by: Speak4all at July 7, 2015 3:46 PM
Comment #396404

Speak, posting a link to a meaningless article to try a prove a point is indicative of a very weak argument.

Posted by: Royal Flush at July 7, 2015 6:17 PM
Comment #396409

Speak4all thinks a failure is worth 9 billion dollars!

I wonder how that works in his little world?

Posted by: Weary Willie at July 7, 2015 8:35 PM
Comment #396410

In the news today that Trump is using undoc’s in the building of his international hotel in DC. Now, that’s the Trump I know and understand. Donald, the Corpocratist. Loves that cheap labor. Do you reckin those guys will get a pension?

Was right comical that the press was all over the building site today but couldn’t bring themselves to ask individual workers if they were illegal.

Soon, we will need a digital glossary to help you know what questions you can ask, what words you can/can’t say, recent changes to word meanings like ‘marriage’, and so on - - -

Currently, I believe we are working on a new definition for ‘defeat and conquer’ as it relates to ISIL.

Posted by: roy ellis at July 7, 2015 8:39 PM
Comment #396411

Roy, are you giving Trump to much credit when you suggest he was smacking corpocracy in the face? He is one after all. This song and dance he has been doing is just so the rest of the GOP clown bus can shout him down and gain votes from the minorities who are glad to be saved from the likes of trump. I mean when was the last time an employer of any size was busted for hiring illegals?

The Gawker piece is interesting and so true it is unbelievable. Most people I see are so worried about losing their freedoms they don’t realize the shape we are in. Immigration is just a small piece of the problem.


I would say Huckabee is the more truthful GOP candidate, ensuring he will finish daid last.

That was just brilliant Roy, being able to use Huckabee in a sentence with the word truthful and have it be a true statement. He has lost all credibility with his propaganda work on Fox but compared to the rest of the clowns…err….umm GOP presidential hopefuls he is probably the most truthful. Such a shame the bar is set so low.

Posted by: j2t2 at July 7, 2015 9:21 PM
Comment #396412

Roy, a link for your perusal. It shows state legislator meeting in … well watch it.

https://www.facebook.com/Mediamatters/videos/10152915206376167/?fref=nf

Posted by: j2t2 at July 7, 2015 9:32 PM
Comment #396432

Losing our freedoms is the reason we are in the shape we are in.

And immigration isn’t a piece of any kind of problem at all, J2. Illegal aliens however, are part of the financial mess we are in.

“In the news today that Trump is using undoc’s in the building of his international hotel in DC.”

Come on Roy, you’re more fair than that. I can’t stand Trump, but it’s silly to suggest that he has any clue as to the legal status of the peons who work for him.

Posted by: kctim at July 8, 2015 11:39 AM
Comment #396455

kc, our liberal friends are fond of saying “we have a revenue problem, not a spending problem”.

Hmmm, Greece should use that line on the EU.

Posted by: Royal Flush at July 8, 2015 4:24 PM
Comment #396464

Big profits thru cheap labor kc. There would be one line in a monthly report to the Board of Directors citing the competitive labor rate for the corp that month. If the rate is deemed to low human resources would be notified to hire cheap labor, and so on - - -

Trump probably sees a on liner in a semi or annual report that cites profits accrued thru cheap-er labor, and so on - - -

I agree, he Trump would not know the number of illegals working for him. But, he would know the competitive ratio for his businesses overall, IMO.

Maybe some business person on Watchblog could enlighten us on corporate innerworkings for illegal labor.

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Posted by: roy ellis at July 8, 2015 9:29 PM
Comment #396484

The problem is, there’s not enough pain from the crime and net losses due to illegal immigration yet, since Congress still has 90% re-election rates.

Wonder what if it would make any difference if some Congress persons’ family members were murdered by illegal aliens, as so many others have been harmed or murdered (at least about 6 per day) by illegal aliens?

At any rate, the majority of voters have the government that they elect, and re-elect, and re-elect, … , until repeatedly rewarding greedy, arrogant, and incompetent Congress persons finally becomes too painful.

Posted by: d.a.n at July 9, 2015 10:28 PM
Comment #396485

http://www.nytimes.com/roomfordebate/2014/11/18/constitutional-limits-of-presidential-action-on-immigration-12/the-constitutional-authority-for-executive-orders-on-immigration-is-clear

More EC101:

From the 14th amendment:

“All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside.”

The intent of the 14th was to take care of the African=American population.

The Constitution says that congress is to establish the natural order. Also, says that if the President doesn’t carry out the law under the constitution he will be subject to impeachment.

The game being played here is the finger pointing between the 3 powers of the FED, as intended by the Corpocracy.

In reality, there is no border security. Drugs, criminals, terrorists, regular folks, all cross the border at will, fly in planes and so on - - - as intended by the Corpocracy.

It’s the MONEY. It’s not a rep thing or a dem thing or an SC thing - - - it’s the MONEY/Corpocracy, and so on - - -

More accurately, it’s yore MONEY!!

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Posted by: roy ellis at July 9, 2015 10:39 PM
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