To: Arizona Carolyn
You don't have to incarcerate anyone, just hold employers to the letter of the law and start prosecuting them...
The letter of the law requires the prosecution to prove, BEYOND REASONABLE DOUBT, that the employer knew for a fact that he was hiring an illegal alien. Let's see you do it.
Actually, it wouldn't be that difficult to prove, amazing what shows up when you do an indepth audit in a corporation.
Are you saying there is nothing we can do about the invaders and the outlaw employers so we should surrender?
Here's a little experiment I tried in 1979. When I registered at the state job service office (for work, not benefits), I "accidently" mixed up a few digits on my social security number. It took them all of five minutes to find out that number belonged to someone else.
I apologized and gave them the right number before the process continued.
Given that this was 1979 technology, just how hard do you think it would be to ferret out a false or stolen social security number within, say, the first 30 days of hiring?
posted on 05/03/2006 11:06:17 PM PDT
(crime would drop like a sprung trapdoor if we brought back good old-fashioned hangings)
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