How does immigration and DACA effect the economy?
Before you discuss or make any decision on immigration there are some facts you need to keep in mind.
A. The last I heard the average US family has only 2.2 children, which is not a very health population growth rate. As a matter of fact it is a poor growth rate.
B. If you break our work force down into 3 categories it looks like this: no shirts, blue shirts and white shirts. All of which are interdependent on each other and a proper balance must be maintained.
Now here is the good news that solves problem A. We have an ample supply of immigrants, both legal and illegal already in the US to fill the no shirts and some blue shirt positions. As a matter of fact we have too many no shirts, so we must stop the influx. So boarder security is a must. As is limiting or stopping chain migration.
The bad news is that the excess no shirts are a liability to our society and our economy due to their use of government funded programs and crime.
Fact: Our US work force is not balanced as we have far too many “no shirts “ and far too few white shirts and we will need more “ blue shirts “ in the future as our economy continues to grow. So we need to end the lottery system to be able to select our needed “ white shirts “.
Conclusion: We must enforce boarder security, build a wall. End the lottery system and chain migration.
So they say, but what do they really want and to what lengths will they go to achieve it?
What they really want is to continue to allow a steady flow of illegals immigrants to come into the US, and they will stop at nothing to achieve their goal. So you can expect them to just keep kicking the can down the road in hopes they win enough seats in the mid-term to take control of congress, no matter what President Trump offers.