Californians For Population Stablization has a suggestion about the upcoming Republican debate:
NBC and Politico will co-host a Republican presidential debate on Wednesday, September 7th at 8pm ET/5pm PT, aired on MSNBC and streamed live on Politico.com. CNBC and Telemundo will also broadcast the debate. You can submit questions for the debate via Twitter at http://www.politico.com/2012-election/reagan-republican-debate/Go to the website and compose a question of your own or select one of our suggestions below to type in as a submission:
- There are 14 million unemployed Americans. Shouldn’t we hire them instead of bringing in foreign workers?
- Obama has sued states for trying to stop illegal immigration. Will you take the same approach?
- Do you endorse mandatory E-Verify legislation so that jobs in the US will go to legal American workers
- Will you cut the 1.5 million green cards and other work permits to foreign workers each year?
- Do you favor reducing both legal and illegal immigration so that we can stabilize the US population?
- We have millions of illegal aliens in this country. Do you promise you will not sign amnesty legislation?
- Will you do anything to reduce the number of foreign workers allowed in each year, currently 1.5 million?
- Ten years after 9-1-1, our borders are still not secure. Will you secure our borders?
- The Obama administration recently issued an administrative amnesty. Will you enforce our immigration laws?
- 14 million unemployed—will you reduce the importation of foreign workers, both permanent and temporary
- In California, unemployment is 12 percent. Will you support mandatory E-Verify for US employers
- Each yr, the fed govt brings in 1.5 million new foreign workers. Will you cut that number?
- Many businesses use H-1B visas to hire foreign workers at lower wages. Will you end this abuse
- Due to immigration, the Census says US population will hit 440 million in 2050. Isn’t this unsustainable?
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Of course, these are all the questions the press should be asking themselves, but they won't.