Monday, October 24, 2011

Schumer (D-NY) and Lee (R-UT) - Dismiss You and Me (US)

In a time:
when Americans can’t find a job

In a time
when Americans are struggling to hold onto what little we have left

In a time
when 99% of the citizens of the United States are feeling financial pain.

In a time
when people have taken to the streets over the injustice in the United States.

A bi-[partisan bill has been introduced that:
The government may turn to foreigners to shore up the weak housing market.

A bill co-authored by Senators Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) and Mike Lee (R-Utah) aims to use the appeal of U.S. residence visas to entice foreigners to buy American homes, according to The Wall Street Journal.

If passed, the bill would offer a U.S. residence visa to any foreigner who makes a cash investment of at least $500,000 in U.S. residential real estate.

Looks like our dear senators want a whole new set of immigrants to take what few jobs are available in the US.

Looks like these senators want to help out the bankers by giving them a new set of buyers for the houses that Americans lost due to the financial crisis.

Looks like these senators can’t come together for a decent bi-partisan jobs bill – but they can make offers to foreigners -  while no similar offer exists for citizens of the United States.

So – Schumer and Lee – tell me WHO are the constituents you are representing with this bill?
So – Schumer and Lee – tell me WHAT in the hell are you doing for the  citizens of the United States?
So – Schumer and Lee – tell me WHY are you introducing this type of bill - when so-called immigration is suppose to be an "issue".

So – Schumer and Lee – tell me HOW are helping THE CITIZENS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA?

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