The big question in my mind, do we really need one more foreign laborer right now in the U.S. as long as we have? We have 9.1% unemployment which is actually 18.2% when you add in under employed and people who have given up. Black Americans have 15.8% which if the "double it to get the real figure" formula applies means blacks actually have 31.6% unemployment. I know there is thought to be danger in putting up financial walls and immigrations walls like president Hoover but then again we had to learn to sink or swim on our own in the post-mass-immigration era of 1927-1967 and we emerged from that era as an economic, cultural, and military hegemony. I'd like to try a long term moratorium on immigration which would give the melting pot a chance to do its thing. Right now it seems overloaded and abused. Everyone that's here in the U.S. should be allowed to stay but no more new immigration for a few decades.