Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Protecting the Criminal

I don't have any neat phrases to put here, nor any 'good' writing to make a point on this post. Mainly what I have is disgust at what I'm reading. Via MM:{img me-LN}
Democrats will protect law-breakers
By Michelle Malkin · November 28, 2006 01:41 PM
Ed Morrissey points to this disturbing Washington Times report:

A Mississippi Democrat in line to become chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee has warned the nation's largest uniform supplier it faces criminal charges if it follows a White House proposal to recheck workers with mismatched Social Security numbers and fire those who cannot resolve the discrepancy in 60 days.

Rep. Bennie Thompson said in a letter to Cintas Corp. it could be charged with "illegal activities in violation of state and federal law" if any of its 32,000 employees are terminated because they gave incorrect Social Security numbers to be hired.

"I am deeply troubled by Cintas' recent policy change regarding the Social Security Administration's 'no match' letters," Mr. Thompson said in the Nov. 2 letter. "It is my understanding that hundreds of Cintas' immigrant workers have received these letters. I am extremely concerned about any potentially discriminatory actions targeting this community."

The Democrats: Protecting illegal alien workers, identity thieves, and Social Security scammers across the country in the name of preventing "discrimination."

There's a winning homeland security platform for 2008!
Exactly where in this situation (besides the people using a fake/wrong SS#) is the 'illegal' act supposed to occur? Is it now illegal for companies to verify that the people who work for them are in fact the people who they claim to be? This goes beyond illegal immigrants to a whole new realm of idiocy. Using this logic, a child-molestor could use a fake ss# and get a job at a daycare center, then the daycare center couldn't fire them 'legally' because of it. Never would have guessed there'd be a D next to the congressman's name would you ><
Reason amongst the dhimmikrauts

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