Pelosi: Current immigration law like internment of Japanese | The Daily Caller: "Immigrants tend to settle in poor and lower-middle class areas, and to compete for assets — such as apartments and teachers’ attention — that are already in short supply for Americans. Pelosi is wealthy, lives in an expensive SanFrancisco neighborhood, and sent her children to expensive private universities.
Pelosi also complained that House GOP leaders are blocking the Senate’s immigration bill, which was passed last June. If the Senate’s immigration rewrite becomes law, it could triple the inflow of foreign workers and immigrants over the next decade to 40 million, and would sharply increase competition for the jobs sought by the 4 million Americans who leave school or college each year."
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