Originally Posted by Rigs11
First – what does the CBO report actually say about wages? The headline conclusion is that wages would be 0.1 percent lower in 2023 but 0.5 percent higher in 2033 than under current law:
The Jordan commission never said to leave the border open, for one thing. Secondly, it and the more recent CBO have both agreed that American wages have been and are being depressed. What does this have to do with a speculative report on future wages and what about these speculations on future wages justifies the negative impact mass migration is having on them now? A carrot on a stick that someday in about 2 decades you'll make up for some of the ground you've lost in the past 30+ years?