Posted by: cranky | September 1, 2007

Judge Says Government Can’t Seek to Enforce Laws

A federal district judge, Maxine Chesney, appointed by Clinton, sided with the AFL-CIO and says the Department of Homeland Security cannot send notices to employers regarding “no-match” of social security numbers provided by employers to the Social Security Administration.

 The AFL-CIO lawsuit, filed this week, claims that new Department of Homeland Security rules outlined in accompanying letters threaten to violate workers’ rights and unfairly burden employers. Chesney said the court needs “breathing room” before making any decision on the legality of new penalties aimed at cracking down on the hiring of illegal immigrants.

A judge in California, appointed by Clinton, sides with a union seeking more rubes from whom to extort money.  Why am I not surprised?

If any lawyers read this: can I sue the AFL-CIO for intentional infliction of emotional distress caused by my fear that the United States is losing our national soverignty to the invasion of illegal immigrants, and the terrorists hiding among them, crossing our borders?  And that the AFL-CIO, in conjuction with its fellow travellers among the union members, socialists, and communists who have long sought the overthrow of our democratically elected government and the imposition of a socialist dictatorship, completly and actively supports this invasion by foreigners in order to fill its coffers.  If we get to the discovery phase, I bet it would be real fun and enlightening to take a long look at the financial books and statements of the AFL-CIO.  What would be found would most likely be quite disturbing.


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