wants to open the immigration flood gates in order to allow more H-1Bs to work in the U.S. He feels this will help companies avoid recession by increasing "income equality",
which is of course just a Greenspan code word for "cutting salaries".
"Significantly opening up immigration to skilled workers solves two problems," he said. The companies could hire the educated workers they need. And those workers would compete with high-income people, driving more income equality, he said. [Greenspan: U.S. economy on edge of recession, By Elizabeth Souder, The Dallas Morning News, February 14, 2008, ]
While the article was published in the Dallas News, but it's appearing in newspapers across the USA.