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verstand 12/4/2012 | 11:34:19 PM
re: Workers Oppose H-1B Bill After spending several days in IEEE Nano2003 and SF, I am surprised to see people are still trashing H1B on LR. However, I will not be surprised if those frequent LR contributers are out of job and luck!

Corona's closing has nothing to do with Indians and H1B, period!

For those narrow minded people..., how can you team work in such diversified field? I don't care you are native or not, MIT PhD or not, as long as you can not team work with my team you are out of your luck with me.

I am sure many people are as observant as me who can tell simply from your eyes and body language about your attitude to others. My advise is move on with your life and live in peace. You can hate, but you can not hide your hate! Even a dog can tell! Try to walk to a dog with a mean set of eyes.
BobbyMax 12/4/2012 | 11:33:46 PM
re: Workers Oppose H-1B Bill Our people have tremendous employment difficulties due to excessive immigration and massive induction of H1B visa workers primarily from India. We are populating a city of the size
In fact, we are importing close to 800,000 immigrants from all over the world. In addition, there are close to 150,000 people come from India due to family sponsorship. The resources of the US have dwindled considerably. The country cannot afford to import any more people on any type of visa.

Here is an outline of the action plan that we need to follow. More ideas are needed.

1, All members of the US House and Senate should be contacted regarding loss of jobs to H1B visa people and excessive immigration from other countries, especially India.
2. Request the IEEE and ACM Presidents to write a letter to the House and senate majority and minority leaders to explain the impact of excessive immigration.
3. The following states have been most affected due to our excessive immigration policies: Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Illinois, Michigan, North Carolina, Florida, Texas, Arizona, California, Oregon, and State of Washington.
4. The following companies (and approximately 1,000 other companies) have exported jobs outside the US border: Microsoft, Intel, Cypress, H-P, Cisco, IBM, Lucent, Nortel, Motorola, Sun Micro Systems, The CEOs of these companies approved hiring of excessive number of H1B so they can get more stock options and various other benefits. The CEOs of these companies are really traitors. They have acted against the interest the interests of the US workers. I do not know what actions can be taken against these guys. The only thing we can do is to boycott the products from these companies. About 30% employees in these companies are from India.

Please contribute your new ideas.
optical_IP 12/4/2012 | 11:33:45 PM
re: Workers Oppose H-1B Bill Bobby, here is your action plan http://www.funone.com/2new/09/...
gea 12/4/2012 | 11:33:44 PM
re: Workers Oppose H-1B Bill BobbyMax:

All your base are belong to us.
verstand 12/4/2012 | 11:33:37 PM
re: Workers Oppose H-1B Bill The only thing we can do is to boycott the products from these companies. About 30% employees in these companies are from India.

Our boys can not sell products to many nations such as Lybia, Iran, and even China (with limited approval rate). Meantime, Hwawei has scored many sales including a big one in Egyp. The slow economy gives our competitors a chance to catch up and expand their experience curve. Unfortunately, at this tough time BobbyMax is advocating a boycott against our boys. To me, he is nothing but a traitor himself!

himanshujpr 12/4/2012 | 11:32:32 PM
re: Workers Oppose H-1B Bill Very true. Thats what europeans did 200 years ago and grabbed land from native americans. All immigrants should go back to their countries and leave US what it was 400 years ago.
wittcourt1 12/4/2012 | 11:24:34 PM
re: Workers Oppose H-1B Bill
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The Surcharge isn't designed to collect taxes. Its purpose is to end the exodus of American jobs offshore and force Corporate America to bring back the jobs already lost.

The Grimes Labor Equalization Surcharge will equalize the foreign labor rate (an average of $1.20 an hour) to a comparable American rate (in the case of the Big Three, $52.85 an hour including indirect expense). A savings to Corporate America: of $ 51.65 per man-hour. Below are the saving per week, month and year.

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