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Old 09-01-2008, 04:12 AM
 
Location: Northern VA (for now)
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Martinez, a single mother of a 3-year-old son and a teenage daughter, acknowledged buying the social security card for $110 at a Wal-Mart., according to police records. She also had a second social security card and two counterfeit cards stating she was a legal permanent resident.
Way to go Carrollton, one criminal we wont have to deal with in the US.
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Old 09-01-2008, 07:23 AM
 
Location: Mesa, Az
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Each 'pin prick' against the illegals tends to petrify several additional ones so the remainder are more likely to self deport.
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Old 09-01-2008, 10:03 AM
 
Location: Southern Arizona
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Way to go Carrollton, one criminal we wont have to deal with in the US.
WOW, Alanboy . . . not only ARROGANT and GUTSY as hell but downright STUPID! ! ! ! !
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Old 09-01-2008, 10:27 AM
 
Location: Maryland
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She did use a counterfeit social security on her application to Trinity Medical Center, but her relatives and supporters wonder whether the hospital overreacted by calling the police.
They just don't get it. This woman willfully used a fraudulent SSN to gain employment. Furthermore, she was well aware that her illegal status made her ineligible for employment in this country. Why is the concept of "illegal" so difficult for illegal aliens and their apologists to grasp?

I'm surprised the pro-illegal Wash Post even included the word illegal in the title. Ordinarily, they avoid using illegal; preferring rather to use the “undocumented" euphemism. Obviously, the tide is slowly turning.
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Old 09-01-2008, 11:30 AM
 
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CARROLLTON, Texas -- Maria Martinez' attempt to land a cafeteria job at a suburban Dallas hospital got her arrested, jailed and deported.
While I am thrilled that she was caught, imagine the numbers of unscreened illegals, that haven't been caught and are working in restaurants all over America. Several years ago, I gave up eating in restaurants after noticing the increased numbers of barely discernable to totally non-English speaking "foreigners" taking orders, preparing and serving food . The last two years has netted numerous cases of various sources of contamination, namely ecoli.

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Common sources of E.coli bacteria are undercooked meats, including beef, pork, poultry and lamb, untreated water, unpasteurized milk or fruit juices, and raw fruits or vegetables. E.coli bacteria can also be found in human feces – people who do not wash their hands after using the toilet can spread the bacteria to anything they touch.
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Old 09-01-2008, 11:34 AM
 
Location: Mesa, Az
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They just don't get it. This woman willfully used a fraudulent SSN to gain employment. Furthermore, she was well aware that her illegal status made her ineligible for employment in this country. Why is the concept of "illegal" so difficult for illegal aliens and their apologists to grasp?

I'm surprised the pro-illegal Wash Post even included the word illegal in the title. Ordinarily, they avoid using illegal; preferring rather to use the “undocumented" euphemism. Obviously, the tide is slowly turning.
The word 'undocumented' pertaining to illegals immigrants is becoming politically incorrect more and more.
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Old 09-01-2008, 11:46 AM
 
Location: Maryland
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While I am thrilled that she was caught, imagine the numbers of unscreened illegals, that haven't been caught and are working in restaurants all over America. Several years ago, I gave up eating in restaurants after noticing the increased numbers of barely discernable to totally non-English speaking "foreigners" taking orders, preparing and serving food . The last two years has netted numerous cases of various sources of contamination, namely ecoli.
Several months ago, I read an article involving a restaurant that was forced to conduct workshops on proper hygiene for employees. They issued DVD's for their employees to view due to the alarming number of employees who did not realize toilet paper should be discarded in the toilet, not the trash can. They also had to emphasize the importance of washing hands. This is foreign to many of our current "immigrants."

I stopped eating at a popular buffet in Alexandria, VA after witnessing an employee wiping the food back into the platters, rather than into a receptacle for disposal. When I complained to management, I was informed that said employee had several years of experience. WTH?!
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Old 09-01-2008, 11:50 AM
 
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Several months ago, I read an article involving a restaurant that was forced to conduct workshops on proper hygiene for employees. They issued DVD's for their employees to view due to the alarming number of employees who did not realize toilet paper should be discarded in the toilet, not the trash can. They also had to emphasize the importance of washing hands. This is foreign to many of our current "immigrants."

I stopped eating at a popular buffet in Alexandria, VA after witnessing an employee wiping the food back into the platters, rather than into a receptacle for disposal. When I complained to management, I was informed that said employee had several years of experience. WTH?!
Eww . . . that is so disgusting. I have also read articles that mention that the fields double as restrooms for those hard working "immigrants" who prefer not to use porta potties. That is why I stopped eating out and am very selective in terms of where I grocery shop. The fact that they feel that hand washing and bathroom breaks in the fields are optional, pretty much says it all.
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Old 09-01-2008, 01:20 PM
 
Location: Northern VA (for now)
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Several months ago, I read an article involving a restaurant that was forced to conduct workshops on proper hygiene for employees. They issued DVD's for their employees to view due to the alarming number of employees who did not realize toilet paper should be discarded in the toilet, not the trash can. They also had to emphasize the importance of washing hands. This is foreign to many of our current "immigrants."

I stopped eating at a popular buffet in Alexandria, VA after witnessing an employee wiping the food back into the platters, rather than into a receptacle for disposal. When I complained to management, I was informed that said employee had several years of experience. WTH?!
A story like that is why i'm extremely reluctant to try all these resturants here. I know some of these chain resturants are even worse, especially McDonald's.
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Old 09-01-2008, 01:29 PM
 
Location: Maryland
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A story like that is why i'm extremely reluctant to try all these resturants here. I know some of these chain resturants are even worse, especially McDonald's.
The restaurant in question is very close to the Beltway in Alexandria. If you want the name, send me a message. I'm sure you have been there.
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