Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Nanny Martinez

"Overtime pay for nannies backed in N.Y." by Associated Press | June 4, 2010

ALBANY, N.Y. — Advocates say that if Governor David Paterson signs the measures, New York will become the first state establishing those rights for household workers, most of whom are women and immigrants....

Illegals Already Have Amnesty

Senator Diane Savino, Democrat of Staten Island, said the legislation would not apply to casual laborers like baby sitters and occasional house cleaners....

That means you, illegal.

Domestic Workers United, an advocacy group, estimated there are 200,000 such workers in New York City alone. The group said it found one-third reported verbal or physical abuse by employers, while two-thirds said they never received overtime pay.

I told you that is why the rich like the illegals that make life so enjoyable for them.

Nothing like having a slave class that can't complain and keeps Americans out of work.