Landlord Sued Over Renting To Illegal Immigrants

Full story: WNBC New York 29
A group opposed to illegal immigration used federal anti-corruption laws to sue a New Jersey property manager for allegedly renting apartments to undocumented immigrants. Full Story
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#26 Jun 12, 2008
You are a racist period. Hypocrate.

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#27 Jun 12, 2008
Just Crazy Me wrote:
There is not much you people can do. This attempt will also fail. Just like the border issue. Have you all heard that the National Guard have been pull out of the boarder.
I am so happy, we won another battle slowly but surely.
Keep dreaming racists keep dreaming.
LOL...you prove yourself to be more of a liar every time you open your mouth. You need to save yourself the humiliation and shut up while you're ahead. A boarder is a renter, so the National Guard had no business being in a renter, anyway. Did you, perchance, mean the "border"? And insults always work better when spelled properly. Like, say, HYPOCRITE. The sweet little tale you wove us about your life is nothing but something you thought of while watching "Fantasy Island" one night, isn't it?

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#28 Jun 12, 2008
HARDC0CK4U wrote:
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Yes sweety my screename is for any female passing by that want's it ;-) I just have so much I want to share. jejeje But in all seriousness, the govt needs to step up its efforts and enforce stricter penalties for businesses that allow undocumented workers. That should probably be looked at by the IRS as a form of tax evasion since most of these workers are not even on the official company payroll but being paid in cash under the table. The companies fault in my opinion.
Those laws about tax evasion are already on the books. Although we are seeing stepped up prosecutions of employers, it's not keeping pace with the number of infractions. Basically, we could sit here and have the chicken/egg argument all day and still not reach an answer. Instead of laying the blame at one person's feet, which you'll notice, very few of us hardliners do, there is plenty of blame to be handed out. 1) The feds. They left the back door unlocked and then whistled while the neighbor kid snuck in. 2) The employers. They realized fairly quickly the neighbor kid would cut the grass for half of what their regular guy charged and no pesky taxes to pay. What a deal! 3) The illegals themselves. They have come here in record numbers since 2001. Fully half the illegals present today came here after that year. It's like that old commercial..I'll tell two friends, and they'll tell two friends, and so on and so on. We have created what can be called a "vicious cycle". Illegals came, no one stopped them, employers were more than wet to hire them, no one stopped them. So, if we are going to apportion blame, we need to spread it out. Sure, I think the employers hold a very large share of the blame, but could they have gotten away with it on this scale without the unending illegal supply of labor they've gotten? No.
And please, no one mention I am having this discussion with a person with this name..lol.
Watching Eagle

Deltona, FL

#29 Jun 12, 2008
HoneyC wrote:
<quoted text>Those laws about tax evasion are already on the books. Although we are seeing stepped up prosecutions of employers, it's not keeping pace with the number of infractions. Basically, we could sit here and have the chicken/egg argument all day and still not reach an answer. Instead of laying the blame at one person's feet, which you'll notice, very few of us hardliners do, there is plenty of blame to be handed out. 1) The feds. They left the back door unlocked and then whistled while the neighbor kid snuck in. 2) The employers. They realized fairly quickly the neighbor kid would cut the grass for half of what their regular guy charged and no pesky taxes to pay. What a deal! 3) The illegals themselves. They have come here in record numbers since 2001. Fully half the illegals present today came here after that year. It's like that old commercial..I'll tell two friends, and they'll tell two friends, and so on and so on. We have created what can be called a "vicious cycle". Illegals came, no one stopped them, employers were more than wet to hire them, no one stopped them. So, if we are going to apportion blame, we need to spread it out. Sure, I think the employers hold a very large share of the blame, but could they have gotten away with it on this scale without the unending illegal supply of labor they've gotten? No.
And please, no one mention I am having this discussion with a person with this name..lol.
I agree Honey..
I wont mention it..
Dude get another name.. No room for that here..
Eagle
b4its2late

Phillipsburg, NJ

#30 Jun 12, 2008
This is the type of innovative thinking American citizens need, to show the pols, and businesses that, they arent playing around with this illegal alien BS.
Nice

Rancho Santa Margarita, CA

#31 Jun 12, 2008
Man, I love to see all these posts! If only the government would realize how strongly most of us are against illegal immigration... well, not like they'd change anything. They do know. But it's not politic to move against the alien population.
I agree completely that employers who hire illegals should be shut down. Completely shut down. That being said, the amount of tax-based aid illegals receive is astounding. And even if they couldn't find jobs, our socialist government would still find a way to subsidize their lack of income somehow, most likely by raising taxes on citizens.
And all our wonderful presidential candidates are just planning on throwing the border gates wide open. Which means more and more tax money to support the illiterate unskilled bottom-rung population who will flood our streets, schools, emergency rooms and Home Depot parking lots.
Best course of action? Force Mexico to fix Mexico. Terminate all trade agreements and financial support until they can get things right and take care of their own people. There's no incentive for them to take care of their own at this point.
born in the USA

Painted Post, NY

#34 Jun 17, 2008
Hurray Americans are starting to wake up and fight back!
Sunshine

Watchung, NJ

#35 Jun 17, 2008
Well it is about time they caught up to this corruption! Mr. Connolly will have to pay for this finally....I know of many of his residents that have told me he is a slumlord and that all he does is rent to illegal aliens and does not repair anything in his buildings......It is about time....start giving up those luxurious cars...lol

Since: Apr 08

Cathedral City, CA

#36 Sep 7, 2008
True Conservatives are correct about any immigration legislation. Somewhere around 80 percent of the US population want enforcement of our borders and strict laws to stop the illegal alien invasion. So where does Governor Sarah Palin stand on the festering issue? Neither party for decades have shown any real basis to trust them? Illegal immigration has got out-of-control and the estimated numbers put out by the administration has been doctored. The laws enacted after the 1986 Simpson/Mazzoli bill gave 3 million guest workers a chance at citizenship. Ted Kennedy who was the floor manager for this Federal bill promised no more Amnesty. He lied to the American people. Within the Bush reign Kennedy tried, with a complement of both parties, all but secretly nearly passed another bill. However when the people heard of this silent conspiracy their voices were heard loud and clear. NO AMNESTY! NO PATH TO CITIZENSHIP!

It costs the taxpayer to much money. It's stealing jobs from citizens and legal residents and offers nothing to America, but OVERPOPULATION and chain migration.The major issue was the loophole that was inserted called the "Family Reunification Act." New immigrant citizens could bring in parents and siblings, who could bring in their spouses. They, in turn, could bring in their family members--a chain migration. By 1970, there were so many disabled, and elderly parents that the government had to assist them. The government started Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and even SDI. That also included Medicaid, and some got food stamps and a housing allowances.

It's outcome is family reunion and extra costs for the disabled, mentally sick and elderly that never paid into the system. US.Taxpayers would be forever paying for the extended families and all those they sponsor.

Everybody is crying about the Economy? But do you realize the amount of money taxpayers are contributing to the lifestyles of illegal aliens.You are supporting their free health care, education and more than the unsuspecting taxpayers realizes. Forcibly assign to you by the parasite employers all around us. Both Presidential candidates are going to deliver to their corporate donors and special interest groups AMNESTY! That will lead to OVERPOPULATION, because the census estimates we will another 120 million more mouths to feed in just twenty years. A 50% increase in people. But what about the millions, just waiting to scramble across our undermanned border?

The SAVE ACT (H.R.4088) is our last chance. Read about America’s Optional Future – 439 Million by Mid-Century. Can we afford this future? We are importing poverty in large numbers at our undermanned borders. Democrats are mainly to blame. A sham of an underfunded border fence. WE MUST TELL THESE HIRED HELP IN WASHINGTON DEC, AND ELECTED OFFICIAL WE NEED HARSHER PENALTIES, FOR THOSE WHO STEAL ACROSS OUR BORDER. WE NEED THE FEDERAL SAVE ACT (H.R.4088) NOW. UNRESTRICTED FACTS AT NUMBERSUSA, CAPSWEB.

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