Meg Whitman’s Former Illegal Maid Claims Emotional Abuse

September 29, 2010


2 Responses to “Meg Whitman’s Former Illegal Maid Claims Emotional Abuse”

  1. majii on September 30th, 2010 3:57 pm

    E-Verify already exists, Whitman just didn’t bother using it when she hired Ms. Diaz.. It’s very ironic that, after breaking the law, she issues the following statement:

    “We need to build an “Economic Fence” with a strong e-verification system that holds employers accountable for following the law. We are never going to solve the problem of illegal immigration, as long as there is a strong demand for cheap undocumented labor,” writes Whitman.”

  2. James Flippen on October 1st, 2010 1:46 pm

    This seems to me to be a very convient time for this to come up. When farmers were required to get verification of legal residence, we found hundreds of illegals on ourt employee lists. We had little choice but to fire them. We were not, speaking for myself, trying to keep these workers, even though we needed them for harvesting our crops. This is a ploy to put a shadow of doubt on this woman who could be the one who can bring us out of the Demcrat stangle hold of this state.
    I’m sure that a person who has no pl;ace to live can afford to hire a $1000. an hour attorney.

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