That Rick Scott guy, the multibillionaire Florida gubernatorial candidate who was so successful in the private sector he was invited to leave, has some really good ideas. Take his idea about revoking the business license of employers who hire illegal aliens for instance.
That actually seems like a winner until you try to figure out what we are going to do when the illegals leave and no one wants to do the low paying, shitty jobs they are stealing from the legal whites and blacks who would rather do something else. Unemployment is at record levels, but apparently most people, except right wing rePuPlicans and tea baggers, do not want the fucking jobs the illegals actually do.
Apparently, the tea baggers and rePuPlican Senators think they can reduce the supply of illegal workers and increase the supply of legal workers at the same time by doing away with unemployment compensation. My head is beginning to throb.
Maybe we could just declare a random day and designate it as the day everyone who is not legal must leave. We have enough people as it is. Take away all opportunity to work and all social services and they will quietly leave or die of starvation. No one will steal or try to cheat or just go underground.
We could tattoo all the legal’s Social Security number on our forearms. Anyone without a SS tattoo is fair game for however we treat them. I heard that something similar was tried in Germany some years back and it worked. Ok, things got a little mean spirited but genocide is a thing of the past. Right?
If someone is without a job, an employer looking for employees should be able to just draft any one not otherwise employed to do the work. Since they have pretty much denutted the private sector unions, they can just pay the draftees what seems fair. It is called “right to work” you shitheads. Oops,my vulgarity is slipping out. I hope I offended someone. Please report me to a clean speech monitor.
If none of this makes any sense to you, you are not a right wing rePuPlican or a tea bagger.
And oh yes, have a nice Day?
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