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November 20, 2006
Comments by Hal Netkin:

A number of years ago, Glenn Spencer of American Patrol said: "You don't know you're being invaded until you try to stop it."

As a teenage driver, my daughter claimed it was unfair to have had her car impounded for parking where she wasn't supposed to, claiming that since "I have always parked there without having my car impounded it shouldn't have been impounded now."

When you allow immigration laws to be broken for as many years as the feds have, you find out that it's not easy to restore compliance.

Now we have open defiance to the law by unions.

The Teamsters Union makes this outrageous claim on their website (counter comments in red):
The Cintas Corporation is threatening the livelihoods of immigrant workers (make that illegal aliens) by following a controversial new Department of Homeland Security (DHS) proposal. The proposal -- which is not the law (an outright lie) -- encourages (mandates) employers to fire workers who do not correct social security number (who do not have valid social security numbers) mismatches or re-verify to their employers that they are authorized to work in the United States.
The Teamsters have posted a canned letter on their website for their members to send to Cintas' CEO, Scott Farmer to encourage Farmer to defy the law. Click here to view.

Please let CEO Scott Farmer know that you commend him for following the law.

Write him:
6800 Cintas Blvd., Mason, OH 45040

Phone him:
(513) 459-1200

Email him:
"Scott Farmer" <[email protected]>