posted on Mar, 16 2017 @ 08:09 PM
I lived next door to a woman and her family that came from Mexico, they lived next door to me for 19 years, I didn't get along with him but his wife
and I were really friendly as neighbors. I have recently moved from there, but when I was saying, "Bye" to her she told me this. Her husband broke his
arm so he went to the hospital, he's a laborer, she cleans houses, he couldn't get his arm even looked at because unbeknownst to me, they actually
became U.S. citizen. What she told me that when they were illegal they got all that they wanted and needed, but they soon found out that 'after' they
became citizens they lost all of their 'illegal rights'.. Her words... He literally could not get his arm fixed, he couldn't work without getting it
fixed either, so the state that took care of his before, now wouldn't help him at all due to him being legit. Weird stuff right there.
They are both hard workers, even though I had trouble with them in the past I always respected him because I knew they tried.
Here's the thing that I always saw at a Walmart and places that people spent their state money at. They will ALWAYS have a cell phone, a married
couple will each have their own, usually they will have a new (expensive) pick-up truck, they will have a 'few' kinds, and usually she will be
pregnant. Usually both parents will have more than a few expensive tattoos too. (Yes, I know, they may do them themselves, but I seriously doubt that
is the case every time)
ALL of my neighbors did this stuff, the couple across the street from me both were bilking the government saying they were unable to works, I watched
her run to her car once when it started raining so she could roll up the windows. She smoked about 2 packs a day according to her, both of their adult
sons lived with them. She even tried to get it to where the postman would have to deliver her mail to her door instead of her walking to the curb
where the mailbox was. They were all super lazy and fat, she smoked weed with her sons and ate pizza which was delivered about 3-4 times per week.
He is Mexican and she is white, they are on welfare and also get their disability checks monthly.
I say all of that to say that it's rampart there, everywhere I would look I see that, the state's money (our money) is so abused it is mind boggling.
I can't understand how an illegal immigrant can come here and get a new vehicle and buy a house. How can that happen?
One more thing, something was brought up before in this thread about having a lot of kids, the rhythm method does not work. I cannot tell you how many
times I would see a 17-18 year old girl pregnant pushing a baby carriage with a kid walking behind her.
I honestly care about people too, we cannot feed the entire world, we don't even take care of our own. How would YOU feel if YOUR family was turned
away because you were a citizen and couldn't get any help? If it were YOU would that sink in? I saw way too much of this abuse firsthand and know what
is done with a lot of the money.
Yes, I do realize that not all of the legal or illegal immigrants are this way, but I can say without a doubt that the Dallas, Texas area sure is. I
lived in that area since 1962 up until last year, so I can say that I learned a thing or two about what happens.