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United States SeeingThings
January 11. 2016 13:56
SeeingThings

I would get run out of my job if I put my name on that - I will have to send separate requests to these politicians.


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Ukraine Slumdoggoe
January 13. 2016 10:59
Slumdoggoe

Slumdoggies are unstoppable.

Go back to Poland !!!


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United Kingdom Mr. X
January 13. 2016 22:50
Mr. X

Indians keep scamming US immigration:
news.yahoo.com/.../...ting-over-100-231103104.html


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United States Seeing Things
January 21. 2016 13:05
Seeing Things

Contact the DOJ if you think you have lost your job to an H1b visa holder in the last 6 months - see this article insight.ieeeusa.org/insight/content/policy/255071


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United States James
February 9. 2016 08:57
James

Why we even let these conmen slumdogs in here is beyond me. And why we quietly put up with them instead of beating their faces into the pavement is beyond me also.


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United States James
February 9. 2016 08:58
James

The DOJ will never do anything. In many cases it is staffed by foreign workers also.


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