Welcome to this special edition of The Gay Swami Times, Vol. 3, Issue 3. (Note that the graphic above sports a typo which reads “Issue 92” and not “Issue 3” because we took the leap, on a dare - to outsource this work and are still on hold to consultant “Kevin” in Hyderabad, demanding our money back.) Click here for previous releases.
“Coop’s Corner” Charles Cooper at CNET News blows the lid off confirmed reports that Bill Gates is seeking more H-1Bs. Read the full CNET expose Layoff news won't deter techs on H-1B here.
Microsoft's Bill Gates’ uncontrollable, insatiable appetite for more H-1B romps has reached a new low as The Reamer of Redmond said Monday that Microsoft had “no plans to change its position on H-1Bs.”
“Hahahaha, you’re ALL monkeys to me!” wildly moans an ecstatic, alpha ape Bill Gates, as he defies the experts once again, making John Chambers look like an amateur with his latest solicitation for even more H-1B lovers to ride him and his movie downloading loving board member(s) like Hanuman, the Monkey King, kneeling before Lord Rama.
Charles Cooper writes:
“The Black Monday announcement of more than 71,000 jobs lost is a stunner. Today it was Texas Instruments and Sprint Nextel adding their names to the listof tech companies handing out pink slips. Tomorrow? Anybody's guess.
In uncertain times, the only sure bet is that Congress is going to come under renewed pressure to revisit its practice of granting temporary visas to foreign workers. Already, Iowa Sen. Charles Grassley (R-Iowa) is pressing Microsoft to give Americans priority over foreigners working in this country with H-1Bs.
"My point is that during a layoff, companies should not be retaining H-1B or other work visa program employees over qualified American workers," Grassley wrote on Friday after Microsoft announced its first across-the-board layoffs. "Our immigration policy is not intended to harm the American work force. I encourage Microsoft to ensure that Americans are given priority in job retention. Microsoft has a moral obligation to protect these American workers by putting them first during these difficult economic times."
Microsoft said Monday it had no plans to change its position on H-1Bs.”