The House Judiciary Committee passed Chairman Lamar Smith's Legal Workforce Act on Wednesday afternoon 22-to-13. Only two amendments were approved by the committee, including one offered by Chairman Smith himself. The bill, H.R.2885, would require all employers to use E-Verify within 2 years for all non-agricultural new hires, while requiring federal, state and local agencies to check current employees as well within 6 months.
Chairman Smith's amendment cleaned up some technical language in the bill. Another amendment, offered by Democrat Rep. Howard Berman, proposed the elimination of a clause that exempted farmers from E-Verifying seasonal workers who have worked for them in the past. The amendment narrowly passed with Republicans Steve King, Jim Sensenbrenner, Louie Gohmert, Ted Poe, and Elton Gallegly voting with the Democrats.
A "poison pill" amendment was offered by Rep. Zoe Lofgren that attempted to strike Section 6 that preempts state-passed E-Verify mandates while allowing the states to retain their authority over business licensing. The amendment was an attempt to divide the Republicans and kill the bill's chances of reaching the floor, but narrowly failed 16-to-18.
That's one thing wrong with this country that's been partially corrected, only 7,852,431 more things to go! Wow, they're really working their tails off! I can see the light at the end of the tunnel - NOT!
I have a question: Why bother to cut off their jobs? Wouldn't it be easier to just deport them?
Chairman Suhayda gave me the answer to that. When things get bad, the government trots out a "Knight In Shining Armour" who takes on one or two of our most popular problems. That way, people are suckered into believing that the government actually cares about us. In this case, it's illegal immigration.
By making a big deal out of E-Verify, it makes people think the government is actually trying. Now that's a crock.
If they really wanted to solve the problem, they'd start deporting illegals, and securing the borders.
Many people will be happy that E-Verify has passed. But consider: Are only immigrants required to register with E-Verify? No way! Every worker of every race, citizen or non-citizen will have to go through E-Verify to get a job that falls under this bill.
Do you see what I'm getting at? E-Verify MAY help keep illegals out of certain jobs, but it also will make it even easier for the government to collect information on us, The People.
The more information you have on people, the easier it is to control them. E-Verify can, and probably will be abused by the government at OUR expense. Let me re-phrase. It WILL be abused by ZOG - you can count on it.
Now you may be wondering am I for or against E-Verify? Well, it's only a partial solution to the problem. Getting rid of illegals is the best way. It will be used to collect intel on us, which is an abuse. Well, since the government does not want to deport their slave-labour force, and with or without E-Verify, they will still find new and better ways to collect our information, I say one way or the other, it doesn't really matter whether or not it passes. The government will do EXACTLY what it wants to whether we like it or not.
What's the REAL solution? I said we should get rid of the illegals. What we REALLY need to do is get rid of the current government/system and replace it with National Socialism.
What's the difference between a con-artist and the government? No difference at all.