Why did the chicken cross the road? To get away from Raeford Farms.Laurels to another step in improving enforcement of U.S. immigration laws. A federal grand jury indicted a top manager at a House of Raeford Farms poultry plant in South Carolina, charging that she instructed employees to use fraudulent eligibility forms. Those employees were illegal immigrants — the type of worker the plant was said to prefer because they were less likely to complain about working conditions. They were afraid of losing their jobs or being deported. That's exploitation of desperate people, and far too much of it has gone on in this country. This is another example of how U.S. citizens encouraged or enabled illegal immigration over the past decade.
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#1 Jul 12, 2008
Since: Jan 08
#2 Jul 12, 2008
Guess these illegals would jump off the roof if they were told to.
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