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Post  nomorebeaners on Sat Feb 02, 2008 2:04 pm

Get a load of this crap:

It's about this illegal immigration crap.

NOW I'VE SEEN EVERYTHING!!!

Oklahoma and Arizona have recently passed the most restrictive laws in the country regarding illegal immigrants... and those laws are working!!!

However, now we have corporations and businesses filing lawsuits saying that the states do not have the rights to regulate illegal immigration and that it's a federal issue. WTF !!!

People listen up. If businesses are suing your state government for the right to break the law by hiring illegal immigrants, they are in essence suing you the taxpayer because it is your tax dollars that will have to be used to fight for the right to uphold the laws. Now how F'd up is that ?

check this out ...and ask yourself who's running the show here in this country...the people, or the corporations.

The terrorist are walking right in and taking over the place without a shot fired.
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By Devona Walker
Staff Writer
Several business groups filed a lawsuit on Friday against Oklahoma's stringent immigration enforcement law.

The lawsuit, which claims the Oklahoma law undermines federal immigration law and imposes unreasonable burdens on state businesses, was filed in federal court in Oklahoma City.

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce, The State Chamber, the Oklahoma City and Tulsa chambers of commerce, and the Oklahoma restaurant and hotel and lodging associations filed the lawsuit.

"Piecemeal efforts to regulate the employment of unauthorized workers are unconstitutional and pre-empted by federal law, Robin Conrad, executive vice president of the National Chamber Litigation Center, which represents the U.S. Chamber, said in a statement.

"Oklahoma's immigration law is one of several including the ordinance struck down in Hazleton, Pa. that we have challenged, he said. "The Constitution plainly prohibits state and local governments from undermining well-established federal law regulating the employment of immigrants in the United States.

more here... http://newsok.com/article/3200015/1201935327

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