Get the roaches out of here
Posted in the Anniston Forum
#1 Sep 8, 2011
If the law goes into effect, longer lines are unavoidable, said Susan Flowers, revenue commissioner for Talladega County.
In June, the Alabama Legislature passed a sweeping immigration reform law that would allow police officers to check the immigration status of people pulled over for traffic stops, require schools to find out the immigration status of children and demand that employers use the federal E-Verify system to determine the immigration status of all employees.
Proponents of the bill say it puts teeth in immigration policy that the federal government has failed to enforce. Opponents say the law could lead to racial profiling and would criminalize the efforts of churches to help immigrants. Civil rights and religious groups have sued to overturn the law, and a federal judge ruled to block its implementation until at least Sept. 30. Even the dirty churches of Christendom won't obey the law or support our constitution. It is time to shut these religious criminals down.
The employers should have been doing this right along and also obeying our constitution. If illegals are found in their employ they should be fined one hundred thousand dollars for each roach found.
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