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Homeland Security announces 15,000 additional seasonal visas for companies at risk of failure

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced Friday that it would allow 15,000 more seasonal workers into the country in 2018 under the H-2B visa program, available to businesses at risk of failing without the increased workforce.

In a statement, Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen said the move was meant to counter limitations on the program that had caused "a situation where the program unintentionally harms American businesses."

“Companies that have been relying on this system for 25 years suddenly have no workers,” Bill Seiling, director of the Chesapeake Bay Seafood Industries Association, told The Baltimore Sun earlier this month. “It’s totally unfair and irrational, really.”

Unfair AND irrational.....Go figure....The RUMP?

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Nope

It's just the way the child's mind works.

I worked with a guy like that.
The guy was quite smart but he got problem solving backwards.
He would have a problem and take action first and then think about it second.
I thought it was an odd way to go through life.

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Liberal problem solving for this issue is to

keep encourage ILLEGALS to hit our borders.....DHS is issuing LEGAL visas, which are TEMPORARY and time related permits. There really IS a difference.

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RE: which are TEMPORARY

When you are doing something "temporarily" every year for 3 or 4 years...it's time to make something permanent and let more people move in to the country permanently....

Another option is to start making more babies...

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Planned Parenthood doesn't like your third option....

We don't WANT that 'temporary' to be made permanent.....YOU take them if you're so concerned. You have lots of wilderness there that could become farm land, doncha? See how many of them end up on your welfare programs during the 'off' seasons.

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RE:You have lots of wilderness there that could become farm
You have lots of wilderness there that could become farm land,


It COULD ....You get points for knowing there is lots of uncultivated land up here...but you lose points for not knowing that the growing season is very short....

.IF it was a little bit warmer for a few more weeks of the year.(longer growing season)..James will explain the fact that it snows here in late May....

See how many of them end up on your welfare programs during the 'off' seasons.

I know you love smaller government...so instead of processing people every year (government expense)....the welfare probably wouldn't be that much difference...Little Rocket Man could give TheRUMP some pointers....on cutting expenses....

If that doesn't do it for you...your unemployed coal miners could get off the welfare and become agricultural workers....agriculture worker in the growing season...under ground mining coal in the winter...they would never see snow...the good life...

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RE: doncha?

That's a term I haven't heard TONI H use in a while....

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Conservative problem solving

Is to stop these visas and kill the companies that need these workers.

Sounds a little backwards to me.

I suppose in a child lover's mind it makes perfect sense.

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