Thursday, January 31, 2008

Employer-sanctions law reeks of bigotry. A Witch-Hunt Mentality. By John Schwimmer

Is it reasonable to ask for a caller's name, etc., when they wish to lodge a complaint with the authorities?Why should a business have to defend itself against complaints from "anonymous" callers? Many, if not most, of these types of complaints are malicious, mean-spirited and put the receiver in an unfair position. An organization can be forced out of business, putting employees and their families in harm's way, over rumor and innuendo?The sanctions law reeks of bigotry, "a witch-hunt mentality," and in the case of Mexican people, has a racial tone. How can so-called educated Americans support this law? It rubs against the very concepts of how our country was formed.This new law should be repealed or monitored very closely for civil-rights violations. We must be particularly vigilant about monitoring the rhetoric and actions of Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio and County Attorney Andrew Thomas.We live in the U.S.A., not a Third World despot-run dictatorship

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