Tuesday, December 18, 2007

An Illegal Alien's Best Friend...



...That would be a California Appeals Court, of course. Once again, the under-handed tactics of a California Appeals Court undermines a legal citizen's right to discover who (or whom) hires Illegal Aliens. The people of San Diego have spoken loudly, and repeatedly; we're tired of hosting and sponsoring Illegal Aliens. The draw for the Illegals is jobs, and those jobs are available from those employers that continue to break the law and hire them. Naturally, that leads to the exodus of Illegal Aliens across our southern border to reside in our communities that have tolerated the impact of illegal immigration for far too long. So, who are these employers in our community that continue to hire these Illegal Immigrants that the Courts tell us we're not allowed to ascertain? Who are these businesses that continue to aid and abet in the deterioration of our sovereignty and infrastructure?

2 comments:

mklasing said...

I'm trying to understand the "privacy rights" that an employer has regarding who he employs. Unless the employer is the CIA, I think that the made up constitutional right of privacy doesn't extend to the identity of the employees. I wish all of the industry in California would go to other States--that might wake them up out there.

Yiddish Steel said...

It's just more imaginary "interpretation" by a liberal, activist judge. Liberals read the Constitution for what they think it can mean instead of what it truly means.