The young adults in America are being displaced from affordable houseing and entry level jobs by the massive uncontrolled waves of immigrants. The classrooms are being overcrowded, and school districts are deteriorating.
Many young adults without family support are becoming homeless because they are unable to earn enough money to afford an apartment.
Many immigrant families crowd 15-30 people into a single house. Five minimum wage earners can still outbid a single decent-wage earner, bidding up housing prices. How can an American family ever compete with that? American young adults just cannot compete with the offspring of immigrants.
American young adults are often expected to leave home. But immigrant young adults are expected to continue living with their families, and there is a strong culture of family support systems that last well until the child is 30 years old. If Americans are going to bring in immigrants to compete with everyone already there, they should not expect their children to be able to become any more independent than the immigrant young adults, who are underbidding everyone else in the entry level jobs.
It is also to be wondered how the changing ethnic demographics will affect our children. http://www.stormfront.org/truth_at_l...s/immigrat.htm
I say it is time to recognise the serious effects that immigration is have on America's children and young adults!