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INS employees should be held accountable and lose their jobs.

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Submitted by Ron Sacoff (United States), Oct 16, 2002 at 13:42

Is there any way that we the people can hold employees of the INS accountable for their mistakes and sloppy work? Maybe they can be retrained for a different type of work where they won't be endangering our citizens by allowing those wishing to do us harm easy access into our country.

It says in the Declaration of Independence that it is the Right of the People to alter the government when any form becomes destructive.

The INS seems rotten to the core.
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