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wisser

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2010-09-21 16-13-56

The Realistic Way To Handle Illegal Immigration Just significantly tax any business wh\o hires them. It's a win-win situation.
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Brunhilde

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2010-10-04 5-52-55-

that would never get passed into law. republicans would block such a move as anti-business.
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  • Thomasine

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    2010-10-05 21-43-58

    It Kind Of Is Anti-Business... Either way we handle illegal immigration is anti-business. However, at least taxing them would bring in more revenue and we don't have to deal with all the police brutality, besides, even what Arizona is doing now (legal or not) is a drain on the public tax dollars.
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    nussbaumer

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    2010-10-06 6-02-08-

    Why not expand legal immigration, why encourage people to come to this country illegally, to not be required to learn anything about us or our system of government, and then to be exploited by various employers? It's seems like it not only harms the illegal aliens, but all of us, both short term, and long term.
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    reiger

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    2010-10-06 12-41-54

    holy crap, I agree with this... It's already *supposed* to be illegal to hire "undocumented workers" but it happens anyway...just how would they *enforce* a new taxation on illegals if they can't seem to manage to enforce the laws that are already in place?
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    stanzione

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    2010-10-07 6-08-54-

    Background Checks...
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    buzzelli

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    2010-10-14 3-58-25-

    what do background checks have to do with it?
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    gallaway

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    2010-12-29 21-22-39

    If They're Not Documented Citizens... Then all it takes is a few clicks of the mouse to figure out who's hiring the illegals (they don't pay income tazes anyway). This is 2010 after all.
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    doug

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    2011-01-01 21-12-13

    maybe I'm being dense... but I really don't understand how background checks would help the illegal alien worker situation. Let me explain what I see happen with illegals...then maybe you can explain how background checks would fix the problem. There's situation #1, in which the employer knows they are hiring an illegal, and pays them under the table. This is common for "day labor" and restaurant kitchen workers. No record exists at all of the illegal worker being "employed" by the company. Then there's situation #2, in which the illegal is "on the books," but they have given a fake/forged SS number. What happens in this case is that the IRS sends the company a letter saying "Please double check so-and-so's SS number, as it does not match our records." Employer sends back a letter saying "I double-checked it, this is the number the employee provided." My mom is an accountant for a law firm...they go through this every year with one of the "landscapers". The IRS doesn't seem to give a hoot, because they are getting to *keep* the taxes paid for the bogus SS#. The employers probably know the person in question is an illegal, but they *are* following the letter of the law. What I think would *really* fix the problem is to first off actually enforce the laws that are already in place...and second, allow more legal foreign workers from the North/Central/South American Latino countries. More legal foreign workers might encourage them to bring their whole family along which would also result in more of the money they earn staying here rather than being sent "back home".
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