Military installations built by illegals and Mexico protests Arizona law

 Just when I think I have heard it all, here it comes again. Now building our military installations..Suppose it would not be correct to ask ‘what are they thinking’.. yeah, go ahead, flaunt it in our face.. Break the law.. don’t build our borders..time is running out on that in December is it not? Something needs to be done with those you subcontract to for ‘cheap labor’. I suppose the buck does not stop with the leaders or those in charge I should say? Homeland Security? Is it too much to ask to bring it home?
I’ve covered dozens of stories like this over the years. The same pattern recurs: Reports of illegal aliens working at secure military facilities, outrage at the news, plans to deport the illegal workers and punish the employers…followed by few or zero deportations and a slap on the wrist for the employers.How much you wanna bet that the same thing happens again:

ICE Raid Nabs 34 Suspected Illegal Immigrants

All 34 suspected illegal immigrants were arrested while working on the new Tennessee Air National guard facility. News of the arrests was enough to give air travelers we spoke with a case of homeland insecurity. “Illegal immigrants should not be working on a secure installation,” said Darryl Johnson.

Federal officials say all the immigrants are from Mexico. They’ve been taken to an East Memphis facility for processing and face deportation.

When asked if security of the new Tennessee Air National Guard facility was compromised , Temple Black, spokesman for the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency said, “Not that we know. That’s why it’s still under investigation. We’ll find out as we go along.”

Federal investigators are still trying to determine which contractors are at fault for making the hires. The issue is complicated because there are four primary contractors and dozens of subcontractors working on the $215 million dollar project.

At least two of the contractors we spoke with, APAC and Reliable, say they do background checks and none of the contractors work for them.

A spokesman for Alberici construction company says they do identification checks and haven’t been notified by federal authorities.

Well, Whoopdedo! Imagine that!

Now check out this story, Mexico coming to protest Arizona’s new state employer sanctions laws

Thanks Michelle Malkin  
JUST WHOSE COUNTRY IS THIS ANYWAY?
Arizona has a tough, new state employer sanctions law to discourage illegal immigration. It’s called the Legal Arizona Workers Act and it prohibits employers from knowingly employing unauthorized aliens; requires the Attorney General and county Attorney to investigate complaints about employers who hire unauthorized aliens; and makes it unlawful for a person to file false and frivolous complaints against an employer. If an employer knowingly employs an unauthorized alien, the act requires that the employer’s business license be permanently revoked. It requires employers to verify their employees through a free federal basic pilot program. The act makes it a crime to take the identity of another to obtain employment.The federal courts have refused to block the law, causing an uproar among the open-borders lobbyists.Know who else is complaining? A delegation of Mexican lawmakers, who crossed the border and traveled to Tucson to lobby (Hat tip – reader Ray):

A delegation of nine state legislators from Sonora traveled to Tucson to make the case against Arizona’s new employer sanctions law[.]

The lawmakers say it will have a devastating [e]ffect on the Mexican state.

Whose problem is that?

At a news conference Tuesday, they said Sonora cannot handle the demand for housing, jobs and schools it will face as illegal Mexican workers in Arizona return to their hometowns without jobs or money.

Again: Whose problem is that?

Sarcasm: Angie

And how the heck do they think this country is handling the problems with our schools,hospitals, and homes as we lose jobs and money? Uh…have you not heard? American citizens opinions just don’t count in their book, go ahead…make my day…break the law, just bring home the money and bacon honey…all your expenses are covered by the U.S. free schools, hospitalization, why go on have your babies there and then you can stay without any fuss about applying for legal status like Americans have to do in other countries or like the many who have applied and are waiting in line.

The law, which took effect Jan.1, punishes employers who knowingly hire individuals who don’t have valid legal documents to work in the United States.

Businesses found violating the law face suspension or loss of a business license.

The lawmakers were to travel to Phoenix Wednesday for a breakfast meeting with Hispanic legislators.

They’re expected to tell them how the law will affect Mexican families on both sides of the border.

“How can they pass a law like this?” asked Mexican Rep. Leticia Amparano Gamez, who represents Nogales.

It’s the American democratic process. Look it up.

“There is not one person living in Sonora who does not have a friend or relative working in Arizona,” Amparano said in Spanish.

And her point is?

Amparano said the Sonoran legislators are already asking the federal government of Mexico for help. Rep. Florencio Diaz Armenta, coordinator of the delegation, represents the agricultural rich San Luis, Rio Colorado, area south of Yuma which employs some 28,000 legal Mexican workers.

“What do we do with the repatriated?” he asked.

One more time: Whose problem is that?

Of course, we know they are heading to the other states, especially Texas..  what a crock! Get ready for tax increases, we are about to go broke and big brother needs more of your hard earned cash to pay for it.

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4 Comments

  1. great Angie!,,when I was in San Antonio…all I saw was Mexicans!..not one Texan! 🙂

    I hear ya, Me too.

  2. Hey Ange,
    Man this gets weirder and weirder, doesn’t it?

    One thing I heard recently which really knocked my socks off was that one of the reasons it was taking so long to get this dang fence built is because of lawsuits. Are you ready for this? Lawsuits from American landowners who has land along the border – seems they want the fence built but not on their property. Can you fricking believe that?

    You’ve got to wonder what these guys are thinking.

    WC

    Yes I have heard about the lawsuits and ecology. It is weird. I guess they like the alternative. In Israel some are not happy with it right beside their homes but their trade off is safety.

  3. Absolute lunacy this, Mexican interfering with the immigration laws in another country and your leaders tolerate this. What do you do when even the leaders and too many of the people are not interested and don’t give a damn.

    You got it. Lunacy!!

  4. That’s the heights of arrogance! As MK says, how dare Mexico dictate to the U.S. The open borders thing is a real menace not just because of the Mexicans (though having illegals who are not exactly prone to being law-abiding is bad enough) but apparently there are terrorists creeping in that way as well!

    They are the height of arrogance! With lawsuits and ecology groups it is harder to press the urgent need for our borders security upon our leaders…I am still irate about our border guards in jail for doing their job! You know if Mexican illegals can get in…just how many terroists have come in as well? Mind boggling.


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