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ethelred_the_unready 12/4/2012 | 11:39:39 PM
re: Workers Oppose H-1B Bill That's a big 10-4, buddy. The most naked example may be Cyras Systems (acquired by Ciena... oops!). Blathering marketing vp and shit-fer-brains initial ceo in engr decisions. Hiring strategy was: show me the recent H1B list and obvious anti-US (and perhaps anti-white) mapping to positions. I've seen similar patterns elsewhere before the pimple popped. Steely arrogant Indian or Chinese vp's who I knew hadn't a clue and I was proved right.
Indeed by jove, rupees on the way out...
yikes_stripes 12/4/2012 | 11:39:38 PM
re: Workers Oppose H-1B Bill Did you work for Seneca? Nice to hear from you, your posts are always above par. Stay in touch - Yikes
dodo 12/4/2012 | 11:39:38 PM
re: Workers Oppose H-1B Bill erbium

Thanks for giving us info on your new endeavours in Japan.

Looks like more people will be heading to the unemployment queues this year in NA.
optical_optimist 12/4/2012 | 11:39:38 PM
re: Workers Oppose H-1B Bill optical_IP, regarding posting # 261:

Ann Coulter is a joke. At least Rush Limbaugh has cogent arguments. Ann Coulter can do nothing but criticize others and take indefensible positions just to grab headlines. If I recall, I think her position after 9/11 in a National Review article was to invade the entire Middle East and convert its citizens to Christianity. Very cogent .. not !!

I am saddened by the foreigner bashing on this message board. I guess even the white collar world, with its well educated people, is not immune to this xenophobia.

Anyone who rode the gravy train of the 1990s in their tech careers would likely have had much less success if immigrant engineers were not allowed ino the U.S.
ronjfon2 12/4/2012 | 11:39:38 PM
re: Workers Oppose H-1B Bill "and the few of us fortunate enough to get hired alongside them can't understand a word they say."

The old private meetings right in front of you trick. Been there, done that. Makes a person feel part of the group, doesn't it. You know where you stand in your country.
optical_IP 12/4/2012 | 11:39:36 PM
re: Workers Oppose H-1B Bill
optical_IP, regarding posting # 261

Ann Coulter is a joke. At least Rush Limbaugh has cogent arguments. Ann Coulter can do nothing but criticize others and take indefensible positions just to grab headlines. If I recall, I think her position after 9/11 in a National Review article was to invade the entire Middle East and convert its citizens to Christianity. Very cogent .. not !!



Ann Coulter is the cheer leader of the right wing and the republican party. it is mostly irritating to see the same old steps when she appears on the right winged talk shows (Scarborough / Hanity / Orieley). I am no fan of her either.

Oh My GOD ! I sure annoyed some republicans !!

optical_IP
pearlh 12/4/2012 | 11:39:36 PM
re: Workers Oppose H-1B Bill You donG«÷t consider it racist when the common
request is G«£US Work for US WorkersG«• G«Ű might
they be white, black or green? If you came
up with the same reasoning in Europe it
would be regarded as fascistic (German
Work for German Workers, Italian Work for
Italian Workers etc.). The problem in the US
are not foreigners but unequal standards
concerning payment. Most developed nations
have laws that prohibit this practice. Your
claim should be G«£Equal Payment for Equal
WorkG«•.
It seems that many people discussing here
are falling for the trick that the corporate world
puts in the world by letting it happen that people
consider each other rivals instead of under-
standing that we are all in one boat. And
that certainly applies to all of us who have to
live of their work.
Fiber_me_up 12/4/2012 | 11:39:36 PM
re: Workers Oppose H-1B Bill Unfair?

Someone (a seller) is willing and able to do something cheaper, and some one (a buyer) views this as a good deal.

How is this unfair?

FMU
ronjfon2 12/4/2012 | 11:39:36 PM
re: Workers Oppose H-1B Bill Job cut announcements up 43%

Report: Planned reductions jump to highest level since April, as jobless recovery continues.
August 5, 2003: 10:26 AM EDT
By Mark Gongloff, CNN/Money Staff Writer



NEW YORK (CNN/Money) - U.S. job-cut announcements jumped in July to their highest level in three months, an outplacement firm said Tuesday, another sign that the longest job-market slump since World War II continues.

U.S. employers announced 85,117 job cuts in July, a 43-percent jump from 59,715 in June, according to Chicago-based outplacement firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas, which publishes monthly tallies of job-cut announcements.

ronjfon2 12/4/2012 | 11:39:35 PM
re: Workers Oppose H-1B Bill A flood of H1-B's, you just called in the burgalar's. Supply / demand theory, wonderful.

Believed this happened to the blacks in America is the 1800's. Called slavery. With over 2 billion people in the world, lets exploit them for a lower salary. Let's lower the living standards of Americans.

Believed this happened to the Chinese also in America when the railroads were built.

Worker exploitation. Nice.
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