But, as Pat Buchanan notes, no:
Note also that a lot of ordinary employers use this program too, so when you're out there pounding the pavement, looking for some really scarce work, about 25-30% of the employers you contact will be using the program. For the rest, you get to compete with the estimated 12 million illegals in the country.
The Senate voted 50 to 47 to end E-Verify in six months, when current funding runs out. Sen. Jeff Sessions' proposal to give this successful program five more years was rejected 50 to 47.
Republicans and seven Democrats voted to save E-Verify. But only Democrats voted to kill it.
Remember: A worker deported is a vote lost, for somebody.