reply to post by OutKast Searcher
I Fully understand the CDL requirements. So do mexicans. That's how they know what they have to forge and what they don't.
As for your second question. No. I don't. He obviously had no idea as to the kind and amount of paperwork he needed. And neither do you. And in
this day and age, that is simply unacceptable. We have truckers in this thread who know EXACTLY what they're talking about, yet still you don't want
We have state laws on the books here in Az. [ and posted in this thread BTW] that make it a crime for an employer to knowingly hire someone
without the proper documentation proving that they are here legally. Yet still, they do it. Some would rather pay the fine than hire legal workers for
a higher wage because they end up better financially by doing so. You also have illegals forging documents. You also have small contracters paying
cash under the table for 1 or 2 days. To say that we have no laws preventing any of this from happening is naive at best.
And who said anything about propaganda? I don't have to watch the news to know what's going on around me. I lived in Phx. for 20 years and drove
cab for 8 of those. It was during that time that I came to the conclusion that the Feds have no idea what they're doing when it comes to Az.,the
state has always done too little, like making laws with loopholes so big you could walk an elephant through them [ no offense to you republicans out
] , and the media mainly reports on what is going to get them more ratings. When the "illegal" news cycle has run it's course, it's
still a major problem out in the streets, out in reality. Ask any cop you run across, he'll tell you the same thing.
I have no idea how you came to the conclusion that I am dependant on the feds. If I was, I'd be dead by now. They're useless to me.
The best example I can give you of the federal governments intelligence and expertise when it comes to border issues, is the fence itself. Have
you seen it lately?
Areas and pictures
How you can help
Pictures of invasion
Videos of invasion
Population & immigration
Desert Invasion - U.S.
Pictures of the invasion of illegal aliens into the United States
Desert Invasion photographs
The Barnett Ranch
pictures, news and interview
Diablo Mountain, Arizona
Organ Pipe National Monument
Sierra Vista, Arizona
Naco, Arizona / Mexico
Naco, Arizona, Invasion
Three Points, Arizona - Cocaine Alley
Coronado National Forest
Pictures of foreign ID
Illegal aid for illegal aliens
Invasion at Waddell Dam, AZ
Foreign invaders in Texas
Pictures of Border Hawk UAV
Green Valley, south of Tucson
Invasion on Tohono
O'odham Indian Nation
Other Than Mexican (OTM) material found near Three Points, Arizona
Invaders in Cochise County, AZ
Various areas, AZ
La Perra Flaca
The federal Government has deliberately failed to secure our southern border from invasion. Here is a photo of the type of fence the Department of
Homeland Security is installing south of Roger Barnett's ranch to stop the invasion.
Photo courtesy American Patrol - see the ABP website for daily news articles and updates. See more ABP photos.
See the short investigative video: Border Fence Fraud - This is Not a Fence.
Pictures on other websites
Pictures from WorldNewDaily.com
==> Be sure to see Border Invasion Pictures - this website includes a large collection of photos of illegal aliens invading the United States.
The fence and everything about it is a joke. Courtesy of you freindly, neighborhood Federal agency.