posted on Jun, 2 2012 @ 09:17 PM
While the system and data Florida is using to conduct this purge is flawed, they have requested the assistance of the Department of Homeland Security
which has much more accurate databases which could be used to assist in determining eligibility. The problem is DHS has not responded to their
I've noticed that in recent times whenever a state attempts to enact laws that might discourage the practice of illegal immigration....and in this
case the possibility of ineligible voters, the government takes a hard line against their actions. And it bugs me lot.
It almost seems as if they are protecting the "rights" of illegal immigrants, while people who diligently adhere to the legal immigration process
are subject to thousands in fee's, incredible wait times, thorough and sometimes quite lengthy background checks, and their legal US resident or
petitioner is also required to prove their income is above 125% of poverty base on the total number of people in their household plus the potential
immigrant (over and over and over again) and sign a contract with the government that their beneficiary will not access any means tested public
benefits for I believe the first 10 years here....if they do the petitioner is required to reimburse the government
Does anyone else see a problem with this picture??