Senator Lindsay Graham’s Solution for Unemployment in South Carolina

YouTube, March 7, 2013

Independent film-maker David Michael Lynch has made a video about unemployment in South Carolina and Lindsay Graham’s determination to bring in more foreign workers.

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  • Old Right

    There are law firms across America that hold seminars to train employers how to disqualify every American who applies, so the CEOs can then go to the Department of State and request H-1B visas because there are “no qualified Americans” to fill those jobs. Some years ago a video shot at such a seminar hosted by a law firm in Pittsburgh made the rounds. Maybe it’s time to bring it back!

  • GeneticsareDestiny

    It’s long past time for an immigration moratorium. The last thing we need right now is more immigrants, legal or illegal. We should send home every guest worker, every H1-B, every immigrant on any visa that allows you to legally work. Then we should forcibly remove all the illegals, including the Dreamers.

    Imagine the massive spike in hiring for Americans that would happen.

    • The__Bobster

      There would also be a spike in the wages and standard of living of the middle class, with a concomitant drop in both for the elites.

      • bigone4u

        Bobster, as a professional economist, I can vouch for your conclusions. In further response to GeneticsareDestiny, the country of Abkhazia broke away from Georgia, which broke away itself from Russia. Abkhazia is recognized by Russia, but not the US since Obama hates manly men like Putin. What’s nice is that the Abkhazians expelled the Georgians from their country. Expelling invaders can be done, IF THE WILL EXISTS. BTW, Abkhazia is an unknown white paradise, 80 percent Christian, beautiful, and subtropical because of the Black Sea proximity and the mountains blocking the cold from the north. I’d move there in a hearbeat, but the Abkhazians may not be welcoming to Americans, even white ones. PS: The women are beauties.

      • I don’t even think there would be even much of a drop in the real standard of living per se of the elites if that happened. What would happen is that the net worth of those in the top 1% of the top 1% would drop precipitously, but so much of the net worth of such individuals is so tied up in theoretical assets that it wouldn’t make a bit of difference to the way they live comfortably if a big percentage of their nebulous “net worth” disappeared over night. If MSFT’s stock value plunges by 50% on account of the H-xB visa program being ended, for example, it would mean that Bill Gates is a lot less “wealthy,” but ONLY because his own MSFT shares are “worth” less. He would not have to sell as much as one of his houses or lay off as much as one of his housekeepers. But on the flip side of the coin, native born white Americans who have CSIT/STEM degrees would be able to have real careers with real upper middle class salaries indicative of affordable family formation.

      • guest

        No there wouldn’t be a drop in anything for the elites, except in industries that require lots of cheap labor. There are only two such industries left in the US: agriculture and construction. Even if those two industries had to pay higher wages it wouldn’t have much impact on the owners of those businesses. Elite tech businesses might want more technology worker visas but this is a small issue and would be a small number of visas.

        Many elites would gain in the form of more stable real estate values and increased personal safety. Even the richest of the rich in South Africa and Brazil don’t enjoy living there. Only sheltered rich liberals here don’t understand this.

        Republicans are not pushing for amnesty because big business wants hordes of cheap labor. That is totally false. Democrats are pushing for amnesty because it will bring hordes of Democratic voters. Republicans are pushing for it because they have drank the koolaid of multiculturalism and belief that it’s going to magically make the GOP popular with Jose and Shaniqua. It won’t.

        • Felix_M

          And when Republicans sign on to amnesty, they sign their party’s death warrant. They win millions of new voters for the democrats, a couple hundred thousand for themselves, (if they’re lucky), and their natural constituency, middle America, realizing they now have nothing left to lose, give them a big “F*** you!” and walk.

          • liberalsuck

            I keep trying to explain that to my conservative friends who keep kissing up to nonwhites, yet they get mad at me. They’re in denial or they know what I’m saying is true, but don’t want to admit it.

    • freespeechzone

      Agreed, however, it’s about the liberals retaining power—by pandering to illegals in return for votes.

      If you don’t think that widespread voter fraud to include illegals voting last November—you’re naive.

      It’s about retaining power….even at the destruction of the country and today’s majority.

  • enough already

    Can not understand why So. Carolinians keep electing this moron. Time for Goober Graham to retire and take his twin McCain.

    • Xerxes22

      It seems that in South Carolina and most of the South all a candidate has to do is say that he supports family values, loves Israel and hates socialism. Most of the Whites will blindly vote for him. They will think that he is a loyal patriotic American, especially if he wears an American flag lapel pin.

  • bigone4u

    The Internet buzz is that Graham is a closeted homosexual and the Chicago boys have the proof. That’s why he supports amnesty and the Obama war machine. As to why he gets reelected, like smart politicians he delivers the pork to the folks back home. Whites are pork eaters too even as Graham stabs the country in the back.

    • IstvanIN

      So what if he is gay? If he came out strongly for America, for American jobs, for an immigration moratorium, against endless wars, if he supported his people there is a good chance the people of SC would support him. Although the Republicans wouldn’t.

      • bigone4u

        The folks in SC were not too happy when their governor had a heterosexual affair, so I doubt that gay affairs would be well received.

        • IstvanIN

          Oh yes, the Argentinian. I would suspect that Graham would not be elected for a first term if he were openly gay, even if being gay didn’t mean multiple affairs, however, if he turned out to be gay but had a really pro-America record would they really replace him with a typical throw America under the rug Republican? Maybe, maybe not. But one thing is for sure it is unlikely any pro-American politician would get any support from the Republican party.

          Republicans are just not pro-America any more than Demoncrats are. I wax nostalgic for Pat Buchanan.

  • dd121

    Another “conservative” Republican working to save America.

  • ATBOTL

    Those who advocate working in the Republican party should do everything they can to defeat Graham in the primary. That’s a critical battle if that’s your strategy. If conservatives can’t stop a leader crusading to amnesty illegals from being elected in the cradle of the Confederacy, the South is in trouble. If Graham wins the primary, there must be an organized boycott of the vote. Better a liberal Democrat than an amnesty crusading Republican to represent SC. The only way to win is by confrontation with the obstacle: the current GOP leadership.

  • bubo

    Foreign investment is big in S.C. With BMW and a host of German and French corporations set up in the upstate. They don’t need to bring in fruit pickers though if that’s what he’s talking about.

  • cynthia curran

    Lindsey focuses mainly on farmworker less than 1 percent of the jobs are farmworkers.