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To: WayneM
If employers know they will a) go to jail, b) pay thousands or millions in fines, and c) possibly lose their business if privately held, they will quit hiring illegals. With no jobs they will go home without being evicted. This process can be helped along by denying them things such as driver's licenses, welfare benefits, and citizenship rights for children born of parents here illegally (anchor children).

It is really very simple. When someone ignores the obvious and tries to make this difficult, it causes me to believe they don't want a resolution to the problem

So you would bankrupt businesses and put native born Americans out of work in the process.

Rush had a caller who smugly said that businesses could raise prices. I guess he didn't own a business. Rush put it very bluntly. Busineses are not in business to employ people, but to make money. I guess you are for a new government regulatory agency such as the IRS to regulate the millions of legitimate businesses for their crime of finding people who will work hard and do good things such as roof houses, clean toilets, and make beds in hotels.

What's the name of your regulatory agency, the Business Purity Administration?

5 posted on 01/27/2004 1:25:38 AM PST by Dane
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To: Dane
America did not need a massive invasion of criminal aliens in the past to become the greatest nation on earth. We don't need them now. Any business breaking federal law with respect to immigration should be put out of business, period.

That's the way it works in a nation governed by law. We are a nation of laws. If you don't like a law, you get it changed. You don't break it at your whim.

The reason the law hasn't been changed is the VAST MAJORITY OF THE AMERICAN PEOPLE KNOW ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION IS WRONG AND ARE VEHEMENTLY AGAINST IT.

In America, capitalism does not, and should not, come before the law. Such a perversion of law enforcement is the same argument made by drug dealers and other organized criminals. Any criminal, from petty thief to corporate fraud, can argue he had to break the law to make ends meet.

6 posted on 01/27/2004 1:58:54 AM PST by NoControllingLegalAuthority
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To: Dane
From your response to my post, I suspect you (or a friend or family member) own a business and employee illegals.
If a business cannot make a profit while operating WITHIN THE LAW, then it should be allowed to go bankrupt. This is what capitalism is all about.
Selectively enforcing the law, as is now done, is unfair because it rewards those who cheat and hire illegals. In addition, it pressures the law abiding to break the law in order to survive.
In an environment where the law is uniformly enforced, every employer will operate under the same set of rules - this is only fair.
I would hope you aren't actually suggesting that illegal actions are OK when you consider them financially necessary.
10 posted on 01/27/2004 8:07:43 AM PST by WayneM (Cut the KRAP (Karl Rove Amnesty Plan). Call your elected officials and say "NO!!")
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To: Dane
So you would bankrupt businesses and put native born Americans out of work in the process.

Rush had a caller who smugly said that businesses could raise prices. I guess he didn't own a business. Rush put it very bluntly. Busineses are not in business to employ people, but to make money. I guess you are for a new government regulatory agency such as the IRS to regulate the millions of legitimate businesses for their crime of finding people who will work hard and do good things such as roof houses, clean toilets, and make beds in hotels.

A very economical argument on behalf of a peculiar institution:

The employment of Illegal Aliens by unscrupulous businesses.


26 posted on 01/27/2004 9:33:12 AM PST by Sabertooth (Take the Reagan Amnesty Pop Quiz! - http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1065553/posts)
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To: Dane
You are right it is easier to raise taxes to support business' cheap labor. Business has a lobby the taxpayers gets the shaft.
33 posted on 01/27/2004 11:00:30 AM PST by junta
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To: Dane
Dane, Dane, Dane.....where to begin......

How about the hundreds of small businesses (legit, I might add), that have been put out of business in my stat of CT in the last 3 years BECAUSE OF ILLEGALS!!!!!!
They don't count?....lets just "screw these taxpayers and reward scofflaws who hire illegals who pay no taxes".....nice plan.....


You might want to move south a country or two....seems you'd be better off on the other side of the border amigo.....

Try again....your true colors are showing now........
48 posted on 01/28/2004 4:28:11 AM PST by taxed2death (A few billion here, a few trillion there...we're all friends right?)
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