Letters sent to "American Taxpayer Funded" Government Agencies

To the Florida Division of Workman's Comp Compliance
Dated February, 2013
To whom it may concern,
I am truly sorry that I sent you on a wild goose chase. I did not know that the job at XXXXXXXX was shut down, due to unanswered architectural and engineering questions. I see that you closed the file on this job for the subcontractors of Middlemark (not their real name), with "they are in compliance". Once again, you have performed your job at your utmost abilities. Just to let you know, one of my Honduran employees, recently went to work for three weeks on that very jobsite. He came back to work for me, because I can again give him work. He said that for the three weeks he was there, every worker was paid in cash. Why can't you DO YOUR JOB???
Also, just to let you know, I, with the support of my "legal subcontracting buddies", have started a website to force local, state and national government agencies to "DO THEIR JOB". For the people in these governmental agencies that just sit on their butts with information that could change American citizens' livelihood and the economy for the better will finally find that their jobs are being threatened because they are not doing their job. The website is www.wewantouramericanjobsback.com. Check it out.
There will be a section for letters which were sent to the governmental agencies and who personally responded, and what that outcome was. This is not a bluff, we are online now. We are encouraging as many legal contractors, workers, ex-workers, friends, family, or even people on the street to login to this website. We are also asking them to tell all of their business acquaintances, friends, and family to do the same. For me, this will be like a new business or hobby, since I've run a successful business for over 20 years.
This letter will be part of the letter writing section. To show good faith, you might want to recheck that jobsite, you might have missed something. Oh, I'm sorry, they are already done on that job!!! You might want to check all the "SUBCONTRACTORS" working for Middlemark Construction (THE MAIN SUBCONTRACTOR OR THE UMBRELLA COMPANY). When you get started with Middlemark, you could also get started on BSBI, F & P Shell Contracting, Hellko, Hellslo, Slowfame (not their real names).
Remember now, you have to check out the subcontractors "WORKING FOR" the main subcontractors (THAT'S WHERE THE ILLEGAL LABOR FORCES ARE). YOU CAN'T JUST ACCEPT CERTIFICATES OF WORKMAN'S COMP INSURANCE FROM ALL THESE UMBRELLA COMPANIES. C'mon, do some legwork and paperwork. Check workers ID's and cross reference them with employers and unemployment quarterly reports. Why don't you cross reference the ID's with monthly Workman's Comp Insurance audits (I know what you're thinking: "Why didn't I think of that?"). Here is another idea. Act like your job depends on it!!! Aren't you an American citizen? Don't you care about your other American citizens'? Don't you care about Americas' declining economy?
A subcontracting buddy of mine was checked out by your office. He was perfectly legal, and he asked, "Why aren't you doing anything about Middlemarks' SUBCONTRACTORS, along with other subs, that everyone in construction down here knows is paying their workers cash?" Your agent's response was, "Well, we have them on our radar." Middlemarks' subcontractors have been getting away with their illegal behavior in South Florida for 5 years or more, and you guys "have them on your radar?" You have been checking out Middlemark, but not their SUBCONTRACTORS and their workers.
One last note, some of you have to have kids and a home. Imagine looking at your little boy or girl, and thinking, "I'm going to lose everything."  "What possible future am I going to be able to provide my child?" The reason being that it is all a result of me, playing by the rules, while others blatantly don't. Would you be a little upset, angry, and frustrated that there are people with the power to stop this from happening, but all they do, is sit back and think: "Well, my job is still secure."  "What do I care?"  "Who wants to do all that extra paperwork?"


A los trabajadores hispanos de estas compañías

(To the hispanic workers of these companies)

De todos los trabajadores que yo he visto en los últimos 30 años en el campo de la construcción, los trabajadores hispanos son los que más se esfuerzan y que más ética tienen haciendo su labor. De hecho, la mayoría de mis trabajadores son hispanos y ellos son mis favoritos. El problema es que las compañías para las cuales muchos hispanos trabajan están haciendo algo completamente ilegal en nuestro país. Estas compañías están quitándoles trabajos a ciudadanos norteamericanos al no pagar lo que se suponen que estén pagando. Yo he escuchado historias de cómo algunos trabajadores hispanos trabajan por tres semanas sin recibir su paga y muchas veces nunca reciben su dinero porque están aquí ilegalmente y no pueden ir a quejarse por ese atropello ante las autoridades. Nosotros no estamos tratando de quitarles su trabajo; simplemente estamos tratando de que estas compañías sigan las reglas del juego para que sea justo para todos nosotros.