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Originally posted by Nick_X
I think the whole reason Mexico is mad is because they did not get proper warning that the law in Arizona was going to come into effect and also the improper calculation of the affect of that law in the area.
This may be their fault for not paying attention....or the fault of some underpaid desk clerk working in the Arizona government.
Humans are a country's best natural resource and the key to a country's growth and success.
Mexico just needs to figure out how best to manage this resource properly.
Originally posted by Kaifan
I agree with several of the points on the article, and yes, illegals in Mexico don't stand a chance, if caught, its over, the rules described in the article pretty much are the ones on use in the Mexican side.
What the article doesn't specify is, are all illegals taken out to the Mexican border, or just those which have been identified as being Mexican citizens?
Because if all illegals are taken out to the border, whether Mexican or other nationality, then it looks rather like a really bad situation for the Mexican towns that will have to host all those people.
In Parkland Memorial Hospital Dallas, the second busiest maternity ward in the United States, 70% of the women giving birth were illegal aliens. That added up to 11,200 babies for which Medicaid kicked in 34.5 million dollars to deliver these babies, the feds another 9.5 million and Dallas taxpayers tossed in 31.3 million. The average illegal patient is 25 years and giving birth to her second anchor baby.
Reiniers, John. Hernando Today, "Anchor Babies." January 25, 2008.
In a 2004 United States General Accounting Office report, three states submitted their annual cost estimates of educating illegal children. The estimates provided ranged from 50 million dollars to 87.5 million in Pennsylvania and 932 million to 1.04 billion dollars in Texas.
FAIR estimates there are currently more than 425,000 children born to illegal aliens each year. This figure is based on the crude birth rate of the total foreign-born population (33 births per 1000) and the size of the illegal alien population (13 million in 2008). In 1994, California paid for 74,987 deliveries to illegal alien mothers, at a total cost of $215.2 million (an average of $2,842 per delivery). Illegal alien mothers accounted for 36 percent of all Medi-Cal funded births in California that year and now count substantially more than half.
A report that found that illegal immigrants in the United States cost the federal government more than $10 billion a year -- a sum it estimated would almost triple if they were given amnesty -- has drawn criticism from immigration advocacy groups.
Over 20 billion dollars are sent from the U.S. to Mexico each year and is growing at a rate of 10% per year. 62% of all illegal aliens in the U.S. are working for cash and not paying taxes and this money is sent out of our economy and into Mexico’s economy.
Originally posted by AmericanDaughter
Birthright citizenship for illegal aliens not only rewards illegal immigration and adds to the population growth, it also acts as an “anchor” for illegal-alien family members to remain in the United States and eventually legalize their status. This section charts House and Senate bills and joint resolutions that would codify or discontinue birthright citizenship.
H.R. 698 - would end the process of granting automatic citizenship to the children born to illegal aliens in the United States. Rep. Nathan Deal (R-GA) is the bill's main sponsor.
Here in sancturary city Seattle it's getting worse daily! Everywhere I look theres a preggers illegal with an anchor parade following!
Idc if mexico is angry! I am angry!! send 'em ALL the he!! Home.
Anchors Away. Far far AwAy ... I'm tired of going without to support a bunch of parasites.
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Originally posted by AmericanDaughter
reply to post by pmbhuntress
Let them work their butts off at Their Home ...
American CITIZENS Only for American jobs no matter what they are ...
American CITIZENS Only for ANY American benefits ....................
Idc if mexico is angy; maybe they will be forced to grow up and take responsibility. By reviewing their history I doubt that's gonna happen.