[AAACE-NLA] Immigrants and the Law
DJRosen at theworld.com
Thu May 3 21:29:53 EDT 2007
Since you are concerned about illegal activity, it is odd to me that
in your postings you focus only on immigrants, not on U.S. employers
who illegally recruit, hire, and pay employees who are not legal
residents. In Massachusetts, for example, we have had examples of
INS raids in which immigrants without documentation are rounded up,
and quickly shipped across the country the same day, leaving their
infant children without care, and where the companies that recruited,
hired, and paid (sub-minimum) wages to these people were not
seriously sanctioned. Don't you care about that? If not, why not?
If the Bush administration were to prevail, and the guest worker
program were made the law, then illegal immigrants could suddenly be
legal, working residents. Do you support that proposal? Why or why not?
David J. Rosen
djrosen at comcast.net
On May 3, 2007, at 3:40 PM, Kearney Lykins wrote:
> It is refreshing to see that someone out there (besides me)
> acknowledges that the immigration debate is centered on law-
> breaking, and what to do about it. This is a positive step forward.
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