We Need Illegal Aliens to Pick Our Vegetables in New York

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Jerry Nadler says we need illegals to pick our cotton — I mean vegetables. We also need them to pay for our Medicare.

“Our vegetables would rot in the ground if they weren’t being picked by many immigrants — many illegal immigrants!”

Were in clown country here.

The responses are appropriate.


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The Prisoner
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The Prisoner
1 month ago

It is illegal to hire an illegal immigrant. Migrant workers are legal.

The illegal invaders coming now are here to pick our pockets. They get paid the moment they arrive. They reproduce at 4 times our rate. They will never learn English. They will not pick vegetables.

Capt. Bligh
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Capt. Bligh
1 month ago

Worked in the fields with migrant workers, both legal and illegal, back in the 1970s and 198os in California. Off and on as circumstances evolved. The UFW (United Farm Workers) tried to improve the lot of workers but greedy corporations and their lapdog lackeys in Sacramento and the federal government ensured those vital workers were spit upon constantly.

Unsure if this is still true, but back then a farmworker had to work in excess of 60-hours in a week before overtime started. Saw little kids and elderly picking berries at piece-work: X amount of dollars per container filled.

At fields where several types of work were conducted the migrants allowed the infirm, elderly and youth to have the easier jobs with the able-bodied males taking the most arduous tasks.

I wonder why the elite-owned media never covers these affairs. There is far more going on that what I can fit in here. Ohhh, silly me!!!! The elite-class owns the corporations making massive amounts of wealth via the labors of those put-upon workers.

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Anonymous
1 month ago
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I did in the 60’s and 70’s too. I’m now an old broad but all of us local kids worked on the muck farms back then. My first was topping onions per bucket. The next year I worked on the one that I stayed with for nearly 7 years. My boss was 75 and got out in the fields with us kids everyday!!

Now I’m noticing that there’s a muck farm on the main road to a welfare town nearby and it’s all lit up, 3 porta potties, cars and at least 4 campers. I think there’s 5 buildings but unless I drive down their main road I can’t see them all. They’re loaded and I seen some outside the other day when it hit 40 here in Upstate NY. I’ve lived here my whole life and have NEVER seen activity in the dead of winter. Also, a friend seen a busload being dropped off at 3 in the morning in the same welfare town. They’re busing them here to rural Upstate and they stick out like a sore thumb!!

Obama's boyfriend
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Obama's boyfriend
1 month ago

I have always believed that Nadler is an alien from Uranus.

Peter B. Prange
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Peter B. Prange
1 month ago

Simple answer: welfare reform: No work, No eat!