Re: [ConservativeActivists] E:Verify: Arrogance and Lies from Sacremento

From: Jeff M.
Sent on: Thursday, September 15, 2011 9:17 PM
That stinks. I Posted it on Facebook


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Jeff Muller
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On 9/15/[masked]:46 PM, Ted Wegener wrote:

                                                           Arrogance and Lies from Sacremento


Much to my surprise and chagrin the California State Senate on Tuesday passed a bill that would ensure that businesses in the state have the right to decide whether or not to use the “E-Verify” employment verification system. AB 1236, the Employment Acceleration Act of 2011 now will head to Gov. Brown’s desk for signature.

This bill is an affront to the residents of Temecula, Murrieta, Lake Elsinore, Hemet, Lancaster, and Menifee. All these cities have or were in the process of passing mandatory E-verify ordinances at the request of their citizens. I was one of literally  hundreds of citizens who rallied at their local city council meetings last summer urging them to do what the Federal government has failed to do for at least four decades: STOP THE INVASION OF OUR BORDER BY ILLEGAL ALIENS.

And the city councils listened. They passed mandatory E-verify laws, tying them to business license enforcement. This is exactly what the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals had said that cities could do. This I thought was government at its finest, And the United States Supreme in October upheld the right of cities to do this.

E-verify is a simple effective humane solution to America’s illegal immigration problem. It works by detecting fradulent documents. Opponents on the local level were stymied when they tried to argue that it was an expensive and ineffective system. The fact is that it is a free web based system



The US Citizenship and Immigrations Services website says:



“ E-Verify is free. It is the best means available for determining employment eligibility of new hires and the validity of their Social Security Numbers.”

Why on earth would not the Calfornia Legislature want employers to use the best means possible for detecting employment eligibility? Could it be that there is an element of the California Legislature that actually wants open borders and are working against the best interest of their own constituents? Not only could it be, it is. The fact of the matter is they are too cowardly to come right out and say they want the State to be flooded with illegal workers, but that is the truth. The unemployment rate in the Inland Empire is 14% and E-verify is the one means available to insure that sparse jobs actually go to citizens and legal workers.

Yet carpet baggers like Assembly Paul Fond (Democrat- Curpertino) and Maldef (Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund- a source for AB-1236) are arrogant enough to force their agenda on the Inland Empire. To add insult to injury, the bill is entitled “The Employment Acceleration Act of 2011.” Huh? This bill does NOTHING to accelerate employment but enables illegal aliens to steal jobs from US Citizens and legal workers. The title of the bill is a bald faced lie! This is EVIL!

I encourage all citizens to write or call the Governor’s office and ask him not to sign off on this outrage,

Ted Wegener


Conservative Activists (http://www.meetup.com/Conservative-Activists/)





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