Second, I am a small business and have had many opportunities to hire undocumented workers. A friend of a subcontrator, or he is my cousin. No SS#, no ID, no job.Period.
I have many latin subs who have come here to find work and are great at it. But they all have done it thru channels.
ANY business, knowingly hiring undocumented workers, should be Fined, double fined then shut down, IMHO. And it has nothing to do with being anti business. It has to do with breaking the law and hurting all of those doing things the right way. And they will continue to do it unless a lot of pain is attached.
Again,,Just my humble opinion.
Last edited by Golddogs; 06-05-2013 at 06:41 PM.
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The people in TN did not take kindly to the DOJ's "information night" about how Federal laws of free speech/religion are interpreted. From this report, it seems they were not polite. However, they were given some reason to be
If you want to foster tolerance, it doesn't really help to start with insults.the AMAC speaker showed a condensed version of the [COLOR=#11B000 !important]video[/COLOR] "Welcome to Shelbyville" in which Tennesseans were portrayed as ignorant, bigoted rednecks. The rejection of the Muslim presence in Tennessee was explained away by previous resistance to integrating blacks and Hispanics.
Read more: http://www.americanthinker.com/2013/...#ixzz2VZMO05ZA
I'm really surprised that the atheists aren't speaking up about this kind of stuff directed toward Islam. They sure have a lot to say about Christianity and Judaism.
Where was the atheist outrage when Obama proclaimed to the UN
"The future does not belong to those who slander the prophet of Islam" and that "Intolerance is a form of violence."
Also, the article mentions
Recently, Obama announced that he was launching the Muslim Outreach Summit to elicit feedback from American Muslims on how the government can better serve them. It is unprecedented for any group in the U.S. to receive this level of special consideration.
This would seem to be accurate.It is particularly telling that no other group in the United States has been the focus of such a degree of attention and outreach, although FBI religious hate crime statistics from 2009 indicate that Jews are more than eight times more likely to be victims of religious hate crimes than Muslims. Yet there is no special protection afforded to Jews, no events announcing the prosecution of individuals who post material offensive to Jews, nor outreach programs to the American Jewish community to better serve their interests. When it comes to Jews and Christians, offensive remarks and portrayals are permitted under the First Amendment.
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