Monday, June 17, 2013

The real immigration ‘crisis'? Not enough immigrants

This could be an interesting problem. For many reasons we need more immigrants, let's hope they keep coming.    - - Donna Poisl


What if someone gave an immigration “crisis” and no one came?

Literally, as in no immigrants came.

We might want to gird for the real immigration crisis — not enough immigrants.

This is a scenario posed by René Zenteno, a professor of demography at University of Texas-San Antonio and a former undersecretary of population, migration and religious affairs in Mexico’s Ministry of the Interior.

Also on a recent panel with him in San Antonio on this topic were local immigration attorney Juan Gonzales, AFL-CIO executive vice president emerita Linda Chavez-Thompson and Jeff Judson, senior vice president of the San Antonio Tea Party.
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