Friday, December 26, 2008

E-Verify Lawsuit Challenges President´s Authority to Mandate Program

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Golly, if this program doesn't work, why are businesses spending millions to stop it?

Might it be because they know it does work and want to continue to get away with breaking the law?

Posted by: Ryan | Dec 26, 2008 3:19:37 PM

Good Job US COC. These fn policies and laws are driving our economy into the ground. Go be racist somewhere else not on our labor and dime. Most of these e-verify zealots belong to groups like the K.K.K. This nonsense law needs to be stopped in its track. I am tired of our country being converted into a police state for the sake of racism. This law is designed to cause financial burden on indigent Americans, Asian Americans, African Americans and Hispanic Americans; just what K.K.K pundits would like to see. Our businesses cannot be tools to foster such hatred. I was actually solicited by K.K.K patrons requesting my business not to hire non-whites about 18 years ago. I am surprised to see now the government is at a forefront promoting and legalizing such policies publicly now. If Obama and his team falls for this crap shame on them. Because we worked so hard to vote for new leadership to stop such cruel, unnecessary, and racist laws that place burden on our economy, people, and our country in general.
Thanks, COC. We would like to know how we could help donate time and effort to the cause

Posted by: jking | Dec 28, 2008 11:27:52 AM

Good Job US COC. These fn policies and laws are driving our economy into the ground. Go be racist somewhere else not on our labor and dime. Most of these e-verify zealots belong to groups like the K.K.K. This nonsense law needs to be stopped in its track. I am tired of our country being converted into a police state for the sake of racism. This law is designed to cause financial burden on indigent Americans, Asian Americans, African Americans and Hispanic Americans; just what K.K.K pundits would like to see. Our businesses cannot be tools to foster such hatred. I was actually solicited by K.K.K patrons requesting my business not to hire non-whites about 18 years ago. I am surprised to see now the government is at a forefront promoting and legalizing such policies publicly now. If Obama and his team falls for this crap shame on them. Because we worked so hard to vote for new leadership to stop such cruel, unnecessary, and racist laws that place burden on our economy, people, and our country in general.
Thanks, COC. We would like to know how we could help donate time and effort to the cause

Posted by: john king | Dec 28, 2008 11:27:52 AM

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