This is a disgusting practice that has to end. If there was ever a boycott that I would support, it would be this one.

  1. MikeN says:

    No worries. Obama put a stop to it. There will be no more hiring of H1Bs. He did this by executive order. It was quite easy. He handed out EAD work authorization permits to H4 visa holders, who are the dependents of H1B holders.

    Oh, and he also said he is ignoring the caps on H1B for now.

  2. It's a Cruel World After All says:

    A real Mickey Mouse outfit.

    Some say Minnie is crazy. Others say she’s just F’n Goofy.

  3. Hmeyers says:

    If you like these kinds of stories:

    Rubio or Hillary should be who you are backing.

    Here is Hillary working harding for India’s behemoth Tatas Consulting — as New York Senator, where she helped them set up shop.

    And here’s Hillary working hard to outsource our jobs:

    “Outsourcing will continue. . . . We are not against all outsourcing; we are not in favor of putting up fences.” — Hillary tells the Indian Prime Minister.

    • Ah_Yea says:

      Again Hmeyers gets it right! He’s on a roll!

    • thomas says:

      Despicable cunt.

    • bobbo, the pragmatic existential evangelical anti-theist says:

      + 3.

      …….of note: they are “all” this way.

      There should be NO hb-1 visias at all. It would force the Already Too Rich to pay more to the workers.

      Fraud on its face: no one even charged.

      ……………….Backed by Bill Gates.

      Taking advantage of our own large domestic market can be between trade wars and free trade. Silly we elect leaders who can’t do the math.

      • MikeN says:

        There are no HB1 visas.

        And even if you eliminated them all, it wouldn’t change anything, because there are still lots of other visa categories to be exploited. Particularly low wage are the L visas. There is also the possibility that in the tech sector, they will just set up shop overseas.

        • Hmeyers says:

          “There is also the possibility that in the tech sector, they will just set up shop overseas.”

          The top of the food chain people that do the real brain work never work overseas.

          Nor would the socialites that run those companies.

          What they want to do is have their cake and eat it too.

          What should happen: do business here or go overseas — pick one.

          There is a reason other countries like those in European are incapable of doing tech.

          Europe and Asia have proven entirely incapable of causing things to happen in the tech sector.

          Europe due to bureaucracy, Asia for cultural reasons.

          • Hmeyers says:

            Depends of your definition of tech, in some ways.

            Manufacturing, chemical and engineering to me isn’t the same tech as IT or the services sector IT — and even then the there are splits.

            Europeans complain there isn’t a “European Silicon Valley”. Which isn’t quite the same thing as the Edison situation.

            Which isn’t quite the same thing as Disney although much closer.

            But the bottom line is the US government — at this point —

            — is first and foremost catering to multi-national corporation interests.

            And multi-national corporations want the opposite of what citizens wants — they want free trade, outsourcing, H1B1 visas, unlimited ability to pump money to politicians, “too big to fail”, close the US plant and build one in Mexico.

            If the government won’t do it’s job, who will?

        • Hmeyers says:

          Another way to think of it:

          If an American is put out of a job …

          a) Is the job going overseas worse than ..
          b) the H1B1 slave wage worker

          If they want to move the job overseas then do that, but don’t allow the even more insulting replace Americans in America with foreigners.

          • bobbo, the pragmatic existential evangelical anti-theist says:

            Yea Verily….. and isn’t Had One Bee One Visas for employees where there is a “demonstrated” shortage of American workers????

            About a year ago there was a similar instance of a large Employer having the shortage of American workers training their replacements for no other reason than lower wages.

            So MANY issues…… and on these issues, I do blame Obama. The rules are there to prevent this kind of obvious fraud….. they just aren’t enforced.

          • MikeN says:

            Yea, they have special seminars about how to pass all the regulations on the visas, like how to advertise where you get no responses.

          • bobbo, the pragmatic existential evangelical anti-theist says:

            Thanks Mike: I agree and its rather the point here as how can one demonstrate a shortage when one fires the entire currently employed work staff? Seems to me that proof of advertising would be valid only on open unfilled positions.

            When clear easy to understand laws have a “loop hole” that is used as an excuse==> its Fraud.

            VOTE ALL INCUMBENTS OUT OF OFFICE! They are are corporate shills.

          • NewFormatSux says:

            >VOTE ALL INCUMBENTS OUT OF OFFICE! They are are corporate shills.

            So how long til you drop that this year?

          • McCullough says:

            Oh yeah, he’ll be all in with Hillary.

  4. F.U. says:

    Did anyone pay attention when Bill Clinton signed NAFTA?! How about when George W. Bush signed CAFTA?! I didn’t hear ANYONE bitch and complain THEN! I bet this idiot even VOTED for the various politicians who ultimately did this to him too. So now it’s, “Boo hoo. Please mister government, please make my life better.” I say, FUCK YOU! YOU GET WHAT YOU VOTE FOR!!!

    And seriously. Working for DISNEY?! Were you on drugs?!!! If you thought Comcast was a bunch of money grubbing assholes, you haven’t seen anything! Take a good long look at Disney. Go ahead. I DARE YOU!

    BTW: If you hear anyone like, Hitlerly CUNTon start talking about passing the TPP (AGAIN), you better get used to hunger and disease on a whole new level. Because if the TPP ever passes you’ll be looking back at these days as “the good old days” when money was our only problem.

  5. NewFormatSux says:

    So we have a bunch of tech people complaining about losing their jobs to foreigners who work for low wages. Then those same people will go out and vote for candidates who support amnesty and open borders.

  6. Rusty Shackleford says:

    Well Ok then, I’ll just set the building on fire


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