Lawyers advise employers to heed immigration laws:
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#1 Feb 10, 2009
E-Verify is the answer but the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the A-ACLU, La Raza, Lulac, Maldef, etc etc etc are lobbying D.C. against it.
It there anyone out there who lobbies for the employers who play by the rules? No!
#2 Feb 14, 2009
The very employers who are ignoring immigration laws need to realise that the majority will rule the country one day and if there are too many immigrants being let in and they begin to multiply you could see yourself on the pavement.
Or a Zimbawian senario.
The mixing of races can also become a curse.
America wake up .. if you can understand what I mean.
#3 Feb 14, 2009
Acts chapter 17 verse 26 NIV
From one man he (God) made every nation of men, that they should INHABIT THE WHOLE EARTH; and
HE (God) DETERMINED the times set for them and
THE EXACT PLACES WHERE THEY SHOULD LIVE.
Put them all in your backyard and they will stay there, multiply and take over your land without a fight. A SILENT WAR.
Eventuallly they will be protesting and getting their rights or shouting racism and bigotry and ZIP THEY ARE IN.
Gods Laws should never have been violated but they still can be heeded as it is not too late YET.
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