Thursday, October 11, 2007

Judge Breyer adds to the problem

Judge Charles Breyer pounded another nail in the coffin of America on Wednesday, a nail forged by Judge Maxine Chesney back in August. Both are federal judges. Both were appointed by Bill Clinton.

The Breyer name might ring a bell. His brother is on the U S Supreme Court.

In August the ACLU and the AFL-CIO filed suit to halt the use of Social Security “No Match” letters to expose illegal aliens working in the United States. Federal judge Maxine Chesney issued a temporary restraining order in San Francisco on August 31st.

Judge Breyer made the “temporary” part permanent Wednesday, ruling that Homeland Security cannot send out those letters. The feds just wanted to tighten up that law which says employers cannot knowingly hire illegal aliens. Now they won’t be able to do that.

I guess I don’t understand these rulings. Has anyone actually been harmed by this program? Of course not! The letters haven’t even been mailed to the employers.

Was the correction/verification/appeal process flawed? We don’t know because the program never went into effect. This was a preemptive attack by judges making their own rules.

Now, DHS can appeal that ruling all the way to the Suepreem Tort where Charlie can tell his brother all about it.

Meanwhile, illegal aliens and their wannabe hermanos on the other side of the border are having a good laugh. I guess they would rather be hauled away in a raid rather than quietly quit their jobs because their bogus IDs were found out.

Just for laughs, here’s a quote from those fine employers of the illegals, as printed in the Orange County Register: “Business groups – including the National Restaurant Association and Irvine-based Western Growers Association, which represents farms in California and Arizona – were relieved by the news.”

What has our country become?

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