The guy on the ladder is an undocumented worker - he's paid daily, in cash,
thus avoiding any income taxes, and his employer is avoiding employment
taxes. Because he speaks little English, his children require that the
(free) public schools to hire additional bi-lingual teachers, and they have
to purchase Spanish textbooks. His wife is pregnant, and soon, with a new
auto-citizen as part of the family brood, a social outcry would result if
the family of illegals were to be deported.
Just outside the edge of the picture are several Americans waiting for the
guy to fall off the ladder so that they might get a job that's been sold to
the lowest bidder - an illegal bidder.
The house actually belongs to Nancy Pelosi, and if you look closely you'll
see that she's offering the guest worker a cool drink with her right hand,
and giving the citizens that pay her salary the finger with her left hand.
Just outside the work site, Ted Stevens (from Alaska) is offering all US
illegals jobs in Alaska, with plenty of work to be done on his many
properties if the public sector can't absorb them all with make work jobs.
The ladder leaning instead of open,
No hard hat,
The plywood he is about to nail up will put
him at such an angle he will end up on his back,
He has tennis shoes instead of work boots,
For some reason the drywall is taped before the
area is closed up,
Yes, he's heading up the ladder not down, look at his head.
If you look at the left side of the ladder and use the fence holes to
figure angle and go straight up you will see he is very safe, the
right side is an illusion of no angle, its the photographers position
to the ladder.
You look at the equal and opposite angle the top of the ladder makes
with the wall. I screen captured the photo from the Rosetta Stone.
The picture had to be staged. I don't think he would be able to take
another step without flipping the ladder.
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