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Old 06-05-2008, 09:08 PM
 
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From here in Oklahoma, its merely considered as a minor inconvience. If the e-verification is the only portion of this law that is invalid so what. Thats why ALL laws have disclaimers on the end that will protect the other sections of the law should one portion be scuttled.
However this set back is already ebing appealed to the 1oth because the local overstepped.........'
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Old 06-05-2008, 09:29 PM
 
Location: Lake Norman, North Carolina
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From here in Oklahoma, its merely considered as a minor inconvience. If the e-verification is the only portion of this law that is invalid so what. Thats why ALL laws have disclaimers on the end that will protect the other sections of the law should one portion be scuttled.
However this set back is already ebing appealed to the 1oth because the local overstepped.........'
Hey, I grew up in Tulsa and have a personal pride in that Oklahoma is in the forefront of maybe stopping this illegal Mexican invasion. Mandatory e-verification is the key to making all of these tough on the employers of illegals laws successful. We read all of the time about these dog and pony for show ICE raids that net hundreds of illegals but you never see the employer of these illegals ever get prosecuted. You hear the employers claim 'well they had these fake documents'. With mandatory e-verification the employers must verify the legal status of an employee and if an illegal is caught working for that employer, then that employer is SCREWED.

Are the American sheeple going to stand by and let the gov special interest ruling elites do this to them? Probably.
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