Skip to comments.LETS GO AFTER THOSE THAT HIRE ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS
Posted on 03/29/2006 1:59:58 AM PST by Bob Haran
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What is a "living wage"? how much a person has to make to acquire everything they want? Or is it how much a person has to make to being able to provide for themselves what they need. $15.00 an hour! my, oh my! That's a lot of money!
A hungry belly is a great motivator. You'd be surprised what Americans would be "willing" to do when they have their hand outs cut back.
It's not that they are not "willing", they don't have to! These illegals do not live 15-20 people in a house because they like it that way.
You are correct. The illegal immigrants are merely a symptom of the problem which is the welfare state and the mind set of our spoiled "poor".
You misread RICO. Under RICO the defendants assets are forfeited when the charge is filed and the warrant is signed. The defendant doesnt have to be convicted or even have a trial date. The defendant has to petition the court to allow him access to enough of the forfeited assets to hire a lawyer. The judge says how much of his money he may use and the judge appoints someone to see that all funds withdrawn are used only for the defense of the case.
Also, avoiding jail on the underlying charge does not release the seized assets. Under RICO a defendant must prove that the funds are not the fruit of an illegal act. Thats almost impossible to do because money is fungible.
The Supreme Court has already ruled that competitors of the criminal businesses that employ illegal immigrants can be sued under the civil section of RICO because their criminal activity makes them a corrupt organization under the definition in the law. There is no reason to think they would not uphold criminal charges.
As for incentive to prosecute, aside from keeping their jobs if ordered to do it, is the fact that the forfeited assets do not go into the general fund. They go to the cops, and prosecutors for more enforcement, equipment, employees, etc. Theres plenty of incentive. All we need is an administration willing to do their duty and enforce the law.
agreed. If you think health care is expensive now just wait and see how much it costs when it's "free".
DOUG from Upland started with this thread U.S. BORDER PATROL: Turn In Illegal Aliens (and employers, followed by this one U.S. BORDER CONTROL Turn in illegal aliens
Go to either thread for more details on what to do. The TOLL FREE number to report ILLEGAL aliens or those employing ILLEGAL aliens to ICE is: 866-347-2423
How it works:
You are not required to provide your identity to ICE. All that is necessary to request an investigation by ICE is mere suspicion of any activity by ILLEGAL aliens.
ICE and the IRS are especially interested in "visiting" those businesses that employ ILLEGALS "off the books" to avoid the payment of payroll taxes.
I suggest looking around and see if you might spot a suspect. At work, at school, at a job sight, Micky D's, Store etc.
On the day(current plan is May 1) of this march check to see if you can determine if someone took the day off. Confirming grounds for suspicion.
:) Easy Does It
We don't need any new laws. We need enforcement of laws already on the books. Throw a half dozen top CEOs in jail and hit their companies with staggering fines, and watch the chain reaction follow.
If we are going to have to support Mexico, we ought to be running it. Why is there prosperity north of the Rio Grande, and terrible south of it? Because the US and Canada were not founded by a patrician culture that still runs the country through blood lines that can be traced back to Spanish royalty. It's a caste society, and it is never going anywhere.
Let's hire the 12 million illegals to help conquer Mexico, get rid of the corruption that runs Mexico, and make it the 51st state. Then they'd all be back in Mexico, and the US could turn that country around in a decade. They have so many resources, but the country is dead because its corrupt through and through.
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