7 self-made immigrant millionaires
These entrepreneurs from diverse backgrounds built their fortunes in a variety of businesses. One wound up in politics.
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I know, confiscate all their money as taxes and then deport them. That way both the Democrats are happy because they get to stick it to the rich man and the Republicans are happy because they get to deport immigrants. I am sure I will make no friends with that statement. Well, maybe a few libertarians out there.
People wake up......things are not always about racism. It's appalling how some people have spinned this discussion into a racist dialogue.
By the way, one individual that was conspicuously omitted from this list is Kase Lawal. He's an African immigrant from Nigeria. He own Camac energy and Forbes listed him as the second richest African-American. You can google him.
Seize the opportunity, pro-illegals slime! Seize it!
Nice propaganda piece to promote comprehensive amensty and de facto open borders.
Immigration should be legal and limited to those with truly unique job skills (and not to drive downwages) or those with large amounts of financial capital who start businesses and hire U.S. citizens (not import more of their friends and relatives)
I have heard that they do not have to pay any taxes for seven years if
they set up a business. Is this correct?
America is weak country now due to their little infightings
can't you see were in state of civil war non stop.. america
as many say its the HAS BEEN Country..the new super powers
are China,Brazil. E.U and others merging powers.. why..
americans are best at calling each other name i.e he/she is
a tea baggers,he is 'liberal' he is a moron
she is desperate house wife. the media is DESTROYING America
Kids are consumed with porns,alcohol .. in few yrs. there will be no
thats right the ONLY True Americans are the red indians who bacame alcoholics
and dying at a record numbers thanks to the GREEDY White man..
everyone who came in within the last 402 yrs. SHUT UP.
or get the hell out.. you AIN'T 'American'
They are all very inspirational stories. And proof that in this country, a good idea and hard work pay off.
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