To address the issue of immigrants illegally entering the U.S., you have to understand how and why it became this way. The fixes aren’t simple.
By Sarah Fouts
Wednesday, November 9, 2011 at 3:00 am (Updated: November 9, 3:02 am)
When I think of “oozing, bothersome blemishes,” I get a bit nauseous. Is this “bothersome blemish” referring to the folks that hire undocumented workers? I doubt it. Rather, I believe that the reference is aimed at the workers themselves. The people who since the mid-1990s have come to Kentucky, harvested crops, worked with horses, helped keep prices down and worked for very low wages in dangerous conditions for long hours.
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