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New York Times: [Undocumented] Workers Swept From Jobs in ‘Silent Raids’

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The New York times has reported that since President Obama has been elected, Immigration and Customs Enforcement has audited more than 2,900 companies, and has levied $3 million in civil fines in 2010 alone on businesses
that have hired unauthorized immigrants. 

It has been estimated that these "silent raids" have resulted in the firing of thousands of United States workers. The inevitable result is that in this time of severe economic recession our President's immigration policy is to take food off the table of families, rather than seriously address reform.

So much for looking out for the little guy.

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