Hotel Executives Push Amnesty For Illegal Aliens
These executives are whining that they can’t operate their hotels without “foreign born workers.”
Marriott and five other CEOs have sent a letter to the president, Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff, Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez and Sens. Harry Reid (D-Nev.), Edward M. Kennedy (D-Mass.), Jon Kyl (R-Ariz.), John McCain (R-Ariz.), Mel Martinez (R-Fla.) and Arlen Specter (R-Pa.).
No wonder these politicians seem to be around forever, being that they have such “James Taggart” like supporters.
“We could not operate our hotels without workers from other countries,” the executives said in their letter. “It is time … to pass legislation that will achieve a true solution to our broken immigration system.”
Whatever happened to giving these jobs to American teenagers or other Americans?
Frankly, if these mooching corporate welfare CEO’s can’t do without their beloved illegal aliens, I say they deserve to be out of business. I mean, what is it with these traitor multinational corporate CEO’s who insist on turning the country that gave them so much into a Third World welfare state? And make no mistake about it. That’s what *will* happen when enough Americans are displaced in favor of illegals. The more of them these hotels import, the greater the financial burden on the American middle class.
In addition to Marriott, the letter was signed by the heads of the Hilton Hotels Corporation, the InterContinental Hotels Group, the Global Hyatt Corp., Loews Hotels and Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide Inc.
Collectively, the hotel chains employ more than 331,000 people, many of whom are foreign-born, according to the letter.
Here’s a link to Bill Marriott’s blog, where he pontificates about how badly we need foreign labor. I gave him a piece of my mind in the comments section, but I don’t think it will show up.
Also, here’s a link to the letter that Marriott sent along with the other hotel CEO’s. You all might want to jot down the names of the other CEO’s, so you can write or email them.