Wednesday, May 16, 2007


The headline of this article reads "Workers sue U.S. factory after immigration raid." Now let's think about this for a moment. The raid that took place in a factory in Massachusetts, where 361 illegal aliens were found to be working in the factory, which produces U.S. military equipment and apparel. Point number one: isn't calling illegal aliens "workers" something like calling bank robbers "tellers?"

After the raid, the illegal aliens sued the factory for failure to pay them over-time wages. Are we out of our minds here? First we are paying them money to break our laws, and then we are allowing them to abuse our legal system. Absolutely not. The factory had been under a long time investigation and should be shut down or heavily fined for knowingly hiring illegal immigrants, particularly to produce materials for the government. At the very least all government contracts should be immediately cancelled. There are plenty of companies out there who hire legal residents who would be willing to do the work.

Now we have to suffer the outrage of these criminal aliens turning around to sue the factory and reap the benefits of the U.S. Court system. Just how weak are we?

Perhaps my favorite line of this little article here says, "Dozens of children were stranded when 361 workers at Michael Bianco Inc., which makes equipment and apparel for the U.S. military, were arrested by federal agents in New Bedford, a port city about 55 miles south of Boston." What we have here is a typical leftist ploy to tug at the heart strings, making you feel guilty for not fighting to protect the "rights" of these illegal aliens and all of their children.

I know! Maybe we should consider not enforcing any criminal laws against people with children! Have a child, get immunity!

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