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Old 06-16-2011, 01:22 PM
 
Location: Dalton Gardens
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The Obama administration intensified a crackdown on employers of illegal immigrants, notifying another 1,000 companies in all 50 states Wednesday the government plans to inspect their hiring records.

Crackdown on Illegal Labor Intensifies - WSJ.com

They need to intensify this even more to make it worth the time and effort. They should be auditing 1000 companies in California alone.
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Old 06-16-2011, 01:26 PM
 
Location: SW Missouri
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The Obama administration intensified a crackdown on employers of illegal immigrants, notifying another 1,000 companies in all 50 states Wednesday the government plans to inspect their hiring records.

Crackdown on Illegal Labor Intensifies - WSJ.com

They need to intensify this even more to make it worth the time and effort. They should be auditing 1000 companies in California alone.
This in the same breath as the "dream act"? In California? How can you "crack down" on illegal immigrants and be trying to provide grants and funding for their children to go to college.

None of this makes any sense at all.

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Old 06-16-2011, 01:27 PM
 
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The Obama administration intensified a crackdown on employers of illegal immigrants, notifying another 1,000 companies in all 50 states Wednesday the government plans to inspect their hiring records.

Crackdown on Illegal Labor Intensifies - WSJ.com

They need to intensify this even more to make it worth the time and effort. They should be auditing 1000 companies in California alone.
Agreed, our state has more illegals in it than anywhere else in this country.

Boy, this is going to tick off the ethnocentric Hispanics in this country. I can just see their advocacy groups coming out of the woodwork now threatening not to vote for Obama this time around. Good, all the better chance for the Republicans to take over and they will never vote for an amnesty.
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Old 06-16-2011, 01:38 PM
 
Location: Ball Ground, Georgia
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Here in Georgia, our new immigration law takes effect on July 1! It will allow law enforcement to question certain suspects about their immigration status AND harsher punishments for business that employ illegals.

It's about time!!!!
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