Phyllis Schlafly, speaking in Salt Lake City, on the Bush Administration's "guest worker" program:
"There isn't any job that Americans are too good to do," said Schlafly, an ardent proponent of sealing the U.S. borders. "This is creating a serf class, a peasant class. . . . That's not America."
"If taxes were paid on what is earned in the underground economy, that would be enough to wipe out the entire national debt," Schlafly said. "Bush talks about bringing in willing workers. There are probably 5 billion people in the world poorer than Mexicans."
Read more, from the Salt Lake Tribune.