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Alabama Unemployment Drops 1.1% as Illegals Leave State

December 22, 2011
da Tagliare, Godfather Politics

I’ve long advocated that illegal immigrants steal jobs away from American citizens.  Enforcement of federal immigration laws and the deportation of the millions of illegals would open up over 1 million jobs for Americans which would be a huge boost to the countries sagging economy.

Those that support illegal immigration claim that they fill a niche in the work place by taking jobs that Americans won’t take because of the nature of the work.  They claim that many businesses will fail without being able to hire illegals who usually work for less than minimum wage and are often paid cash without any payroll taxes being deducted.

When Alabama first enacted their tough anti-illegal immigration laws, opponents to the laws were quick to point out that a number of businesses and farmers felt an immediate negative impact as thousands of illegals left their jobs and the state.  They said that the illegal workforce had become a vital necessity in the business world.

But the latest figures to come out of Alabama are demonstrating the negative impact of illegal immigration.  In September, Alabama’s unemployment rate was at 9.8%.  In October, the unemployment rate fell to 9.3% and in November, it plummeted below the national average to 8.7%.  That’s a 1.1% drop in the state’s unemployment rate in just two months, and it’s not over yet.

When researched, it was discovered that employers were hiring American citizens to fill many of the jobs vacated by illegals.  Plain and simple, no sugar coating, as the number of illegals decreases the number of US citizens getting jobs increases.

And now… the rest of the story. …..

One Comment leave one →
  1. December 22, 2011 8:23 am

    New workers, new income. less unemployment benefits, more taxes, everyone wins except Hussein and his band of Marxists. Texas needs to follow rigt away. We could add hundreds of thousands of new jobs for working,tax-paying citizens.

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