Wednesday, May 03, 2006

No Good Deed Goes Unpunished

Swift & Co of Greeley settled charges against a plant in Minnesota that it over-scrutinized job applicants who looked foreign. Federal law lists 29 different documents that can be used to establish identity and employment eligibility.
Rocky Talk Live

Any employer actively attempting to hire only legals and native Americans will just face the wrath of the racial grievance industry and its lawyers. Practice socially responsible hiring practices, and they'll get sued for suspected racism. If employers shirk their new responsibilities under pending legislation, they'll also get sued.

Most everything is illegal now in one way or another, so political or journalistic patrons are becoming more and more necessary to keep ourselves out of trouble. Somebody remarked that our national anthem is one long question. Its saddest question begins:

"O say, does that star spangled banner yet wave... ?"

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