House Conservatives Make Populist Case against Immigration Reform | National Review Online: "The letter, which makes no mention of the must publicized aspect of comprehensive reform (a path to citizenship for illegal immigrants), strikes a populist tone in light of the president’s focus on income inequality. It questions the wisdom of White House-backed reforms that would dramatically increase the number of low-skilled legal immigrants admitted to the country over the next decade, and, according to the Congressional Budget Office, decrease the average wages of American workers."
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And interesting point. Of course, I don't think that income inequality is a problem. But if inequality is a problem immigration reform almost invariably exacerbates the problem by allowing more poor into the country.