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    The ACLU has the right position on Basic (aka E-Verify), ie, it should be scrapped.

    http://www.aclu.org/immigrants/workplace/37764prs20081114.html

    "The costs of moving forward with such a troubled initiative will be felt by all Americans, either in lost tax revenues for the elderly and disabled, or by those who will be prevented from working due to systemic errors out of their control. During times of such economic hardship, the federal government should be wary of any initiative that would compound the struggles of our American workforce. E-Verify represents bad policy, as well as bad politics, and should be scrapped by Congress."

    Not only does this program cost an estimated $40 Billion (probably a conservative estimate)

    "CBO projected that E-Verify would cost taxpayers $40 billion over 10 years."

    but it represents a frontal attack on democracy as we know it. A while back, in response to a question as to why it was so difficult to obtain a visitor visa to the US, the US Embassy responded by stating that the US prided itself on being a "free" country with no internal checks and that a person who wished to overstay could thus easily do so. I guess with the advent of internal enforcement we are no longer "free"!!

    Given the lack of courage of our politicians, as evidenced in their willingness to bail out industry after industry (with the auto industry being the flavor of the week), I am not hopeful that they the courage to scrap Basic.


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