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California's troubles continue to grow, California is now suffering from a heat wave with temperatures pushing into the triple digits. California also struggling with drought emergencies, massive budget deficits and record unemployment. Casey Wian has our report. (BEGIN VIDEOTAPE) CASEY WIAN, CNN CORRESPONDENT: Record heat scorched at least ten California cities Sunday and Monday, with temperatures in places soaring above 100 degrees. While some basked in the summer like conditions t heat is bad news for a state already struggling to cope with a devastating three-year drought. Even the governor is conducting his own version of a rain dance. GOV. ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER (R), CALIFORNIA: We are here today and together we say, we need water. We need water. WIAN: Some cities are rationing waters, others raising prices, farmers aren't planting hundreds of thousands of acres of crops. JOSE RAMIREZ, FIREBAUGH, Smiths CITY MANAGER: This region provides the lettuce, tomatoes, everything you can possibly think of to the entire states. WIAN: U.S. Secretary Ken Salazar toured California farmland by helicopter and promised $260 million in federal stimulus money to help California survive the drought. Surviving the recession is another matter. California's unemployment rate has now topped 11 percent. 1.5 million people in the state are now out of work, equivalent to the entire population of Idaho. California's massive budget deficit, temporarily held at baby taxes and spending cuts. The city and county of Los Angeles announced budget short falls of their own Monday, totaling near a billion dollars. how are illegals picking tons of crops in a drought ?
They are picking the imaginary crops that americans won't. You all know those jobs where the temp is to high and you have to bend over for 16-20 hours a day. The illegals are all helping themselves to more food stamps and cash benefits, and since they aren't working they are probably all making more anchor babies for us to pay for.
They aren't and never have. Ask Home Depot though, they've had to build shelters for them to stay out of the heat when they linger in front of the stores looking for illegal untaxed work.
If you haven't heard....the economy affects everybody, but there's still those jobs (not in farming) that many US Citizens refuse to do, even in this recession. They have to live like everybody else....so they still buy food, cloths and other necessities...that all helps the economy. They still pay taxes like everybody else....but they don't collect, so without those taxes, Smiths would be way worst then it is now. are the jobs Americans won't do? What are these jobs that Americans will not do? Do they exist? Or are they a figment of the business community's imagination? It turns out that their claims are largely true—there are plenty of jobs Americans avoid. Let's take a tour of them. Americans shun pretty much any unskilled labor that requires them to get their hands dirty: landscaping, entry-level construction, picking fruits and vegetables (Reuters reports that "up to 70 percent of U.S. farm workers are estimated to be undocumented, totaling about 500,000 people"), cleaning hotel rooms, busing tables, and prep cooking in urban restaurants.
The racist illegal alien messicon border criminals destroy everything they touch. DEPORTATION NOW for all illegal alien border criminals.