Sen. Pat Toomey's labor stance troubling


To the editor:

In the wake of turncoat Major Nidal Hassan's 2009 slaughter of
thirteen infidels and one unborn child, Army General George Casey
admonished his troops that "as horrific as this tragedy was, if our
diversity becomes a casualty, I think that's worse." As terrible as
the Mohammod Youssuf Abdulazeez's July 16th killing of four Marines
and one Sailor during his jihad on a military recruiting center and
the Naval Reserve Center in Chattanooga was, it is perhaps worse for
the future of our nation that Senator Pat Toomey's modest proposal
published the night before received so little attention.

In a CQ Roll Call op-ed, Toomey argued for linking the construction
lobby's demand that Congress pass the porkulous highway bill with
the cheap labor lobby's demand for more immigrant workers. Toomey
expressed shock and dismay that the higher education lobby charges
full-freight tuition for foreigners to attend their institutions and
that the graduates don't received work permits stapled to their
diplomas in return.

Now that Congress is in August recess and Toomey is traveling the
Commonwealth as part of his 2016 reelection campaign, it would be
helpful for citizens to inform our Beltway overlord that wages for
STEM graduates have not increased despite the cheap labor lobby's
claims that there is a STEM shortage. Toomey should be made aware
that the proles know about the Walt Disney Company and Southern
California Edison's recent replacement of citizen employees with
foreigners. And Toomey should be asked what is he doing to prevent
more traiterous attacks by the likes of Hassan (Virginia Tech -
biochemistry) and Adbulazeez (University of Tennessee - electrical
engineering) [besides repealing the Second Amendment.]

John Groenveld
State College

John D. Groenveld <groenveld@acm.org>
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