"During his time in the U.S. Senate, Barack Obama backed bills that would have dramatically boosted legal immigration, potentially by hundreds of thousands a year. As president, he has called for the same thing."
THE MEXICAN FAMILY - RUNAWAY ILLIGITMACY, MEXICAN GANGS, ANCHOR BABY BREEDERS, GRINGO LOOTERS... THAT IS LA RAZA! THAT IS THE AMERICA THE DEMS ARE BUILDING OFF THE BACKS OF AMERICAS (Legals).
Nationally, whites will drop from near 70 percent of the total population in 2000 to just half by 2050. Hispanics will account for 46 percent of the nation’s added population over the next two decades, the Pew Hispanic Center reports.
Eventually, the county welfare agency removed her and put her in foster care with her two children.
Mexifornia: SHATTERING OF AN AMERICAN DREAM (illegals call it their DREAM ACT)
A CASE STUDY OF A ANCHOR BABY WELFARE - LOS ANGELES COUNTY ALONE PUTS OUT $600 MILLION PER YEAR IN WELFARE TO ILLEGALS, PRIMARLY ANCHOR BABY BREEDERS!
THE LA RAZA DEMS - PARTY of OPEN BORDERS, LA RAZA SUPREMACY AND NO LEGAL NEED APPLY!
He gets $518.00 each month for each child born in the USA until that child reaches 18....
He qualifies for Section 8 housing and subsidized rent.
He qualifies for food stamps.
He qualifies for free (no deductible, no co-pay) health care.
His children get free breakfasts and lunches at school...often the mother brings other children not in the school along for the free breakfast...
He requires bilingual teachers and books.
He gets free bus transportation to and from school....we have to pay upwards of $300.00 per year for our children to ride the bus...
He qualifies for relief from high energy bills.
If they are, or become, aged, blind or disabled , they qualify for SSI. If qualified for SSI they can qualify for Medicaid. All of this is at the expense of the American taxpayer.
He doesn't worry about car insurance, life insurance, or homeowners insurance. And in California they do not smog their cars so the air is polluted by over a million more cars
Taxpayers provide Spanish language signs, bulletins and printed material.
He and his family receive the equivalent of $20.00 to $30.00/hour in benefits.
Working Americans are lucky to have $5.00 or $6.00/hour left after paying their bills and his.
Worst of all is this....if this illegal gets amnesty he can bring up to 90 of his relatives into the states to leech even more from the tax payers....if they are elderly they qualify for Social Security benefits without paying a dime into the system...
Cheap labor? YEAH, RIGHT!
They hire out in crews; one person who has papers receives the payment, and then splits the money in cash between the illegal workers. They can get credit cards from American companies, and also buy houses. If they hit your car your just out of luck, as they have no insurance, because of course they are illegal and cannot get a drivers license. So they just bail out and run like hell away from the scene.
Now all those who were legalized the last time we had immigration reform are working in businesses and taking jobs form American born college kids, undereducated and even handicapped people that use to fill those positions. They say they fill the jobs no one wants, that might be true, EXCEPT when they become legal they take our jobs. They don’t want those jobs any longer. If you have ever visited CALIF. try ordering from a lot of the fast food restaurants, you can not ever understand them half of the time.
California Doesn't Exist—It's Now Two States
Posted 08/17/2012 06:29 PM ET
California spending annually $22 billion to support illegals
LA RAZA DEMS BUILD THE “DREAM ACT” LIFE FOR LA RAZA OFF THE AMERICANS BACK! NOT ONE AMERICAN VOTED FOR ONE DREAM ACT HANDOUT!
THE ILLEGAL (MEXICAN) CRIME TIDAL WAVE:
THESE FIGURES ON WELFARE FOR ILLEGALS IN LOS ANGELES COUNTY ARE DATED. IT NOW EXCEEDS $600 MILLION PER YEAR!!! (source: Los Angeles County & JUDICIAL
LOS ANGELES – A MEXICAN WELFARE AND CRIME STATE WHERE THE JOBS ALSO GO TO ILLEGALS
One tragic thing about this book is that it was written in 2003. Since then the
Mexican occupation has doubled. Welfare to illegals is up to $20 BILLION in
California. Welfare to illegals in sanctuary city Los Angeles is past $600
million per year, while Mexican gangs murder all over the state. Yet the
lifer-politicians continue to fight for open borders, more perks for illegals,
and their illegal votes!
MEXIFORNIA – THE SHATTERING OF THE AMERICAN DREAM
WITH THE MEXICAN INVASION AND OCCUPATION
"Victor Davis Hanson brings a lifetime of experience in California's
Central Valley to this indictment of multiculturalism and mass
immigration." -- Mark Krikorian, Center for Immigration Studies
MURDER!) Until we can restore some integrity among our public
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR
from the May 28, 2009 edition - http://www.csmonitor.com/2009/0528/p09s01-coop.html
July 10, 2007
From the Los Angeles Times
February 2, 2009
From Sacramento — Based on my e-mail, a lot of folks think the solution to California's state budget deficit is to round up all the illegal immigrants and truck them down to Mexico.
Wrong. Even if it were logistically possible and the deportees didn't just climb off the truck and hitch another ride back up north, their absence from the state wouldn't come close to saving enough tax dollars to balance a budget that has a $42-billion hole projected over the next 17 months.
Painful cuts in education, healthcare and social service programs still would be needed. Sharp tax increases would be required.
That said, let's be honest: Illegal immigration does cost California taxpayers a substantial wad, undeniably into the billions.
But it hasn't been PC for officeholders to talk about this for years, ever since Gov. Pete Wilson broke his pick waging an aggressive campaign for Proposition 187. That 1994 ballot initiative sought to bar illegal immigrants from most public services, including education. Voters approved the measure overwhelmingly, but it was tossed out by the courts.
Wilson was demonized by Democrats within the Latino community. And many think the Republican Party never has recovered among this rapidly growing slice of the electorate.
So it's not a topic that comes easily to the tongues of politicians, even Republicans.
Besides, most of the policy issues are out of California's hands. The federal government has jurisdiction over the border. Federal law decrees that every child is entitled to attend public school, regardless of immigration status. And every person -- here illegally or not -- must be cared for in hospital emergency rooms.
But the state does add a few benefits that aren't required.
And as Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and legislative leaders dig into the books trying to find billions in savings, at least a brief look at what's being spent on illegal immigrants seems in order.
First, nobody seems to know exactly. Numbers vary widely, depending which side they come from in the ongoing angry debate over whether people who entered the country illegally to work should be allowed to stay or loaded on the southbound truck.
But here are some no-agenda numbers:
* There were 2.8 million illegal immigrants living in California in 2006, the last year for which there are relatively good figures, according to the nonpartisan Public Policy Institute of California. That represented about 8% of the state's population and roughly a quarter of the nation's illegal immigrants. About 90% of California's illegal immigrants were from Latin America; 65% from Mexico.
* There are roughly 19,000 illegal immigrants in state prisons, representing 11% of all inmates. That's costing $970 million during the current fiscal year. The feds kick in a measly $111 million, leaving the state with an $859 million tab.
* Schools are the toughest to calculate. Administrators don't ask kids about citizenship status. Anyway, many children of illegal immigrants were born in this country and automatically became U.S. citizens.
If you figure that the children of illegal immigrants attending K-12 schools approximates the proportion of illegal immigrants in the population, the bill currently comes to roughly $4 billion. Most is state money; some local property taxes.
* Illegal immigrants aren't entitled to welfare, called CalWORKs. But their citizen children are. Roughly 190,000 kids are receiving welfare checks that pass through their parents. The cost: about $500 million, according to the nonpartisan Legislative Analyst's Office.
Schwarzenegger has proposed removing these children from the welfare rolls after five years. It's part of a broader proposal to also boot off, after five years, the children of U.S. citizens who aren't meeting federal work requirements. There'd be a combined savings of $522 million.
* The state is spending $775 million on Medi-Cal healthcare for illegal immigrants, according to the legislative analyst. Of that, $642 million goes into direct benefits. Practically all the rest is paid to counties to administer the program. The feds generally match the state dollar-for-dollar on mandatory programs.
So-called emergency services are the biggest state cost: $536 million. Prenatal care is $59 million. Not counted in the overall total is the cost of baby delivery -- $108 million -- because the newborns aren't illegal immigrants.
The state also pays $47 million for programs that Washington does not require: Non-emergency care (breast and cervical cancer treatment), $25 million; long-term nursing home care, $19 million; abortions, $3 million.
Schwarzenegger has proposed requiring illegal immigrants to requalify every month for Medi-Cal benefits, except pregnancy-related emergencies.
There also are other taxpayer costs -- especially through local governments -- but those are the biggies for the state. Add them all up and the state spends well over $5 billion a year on illegal immigrants and their families.
Of course, illegal immigrants do pay state taxes. But no way do they pay enough to replenish what they're drawing in services. Their main revenue contribution would be the sales tax, but they can't afford to be big consumers, and food and prescription drugs are exempt.
My view is this: These people are here illegally and shouldn't be, regardless of whether they're just looking for a better life. Do it the legal way. And enforce the law against hiring the undocumented.
On the other hand, they are here. We can't have uneducated kids and unhealthy people living with us. We have moral obligations and practical imperatives.
The Obama administration and Congress need to finally pass an immigration reform act that allows for an agriculture work program and a route to citizenship.
Meanwhile, California should be honest about the costs. Illegal immigrants are not the sole cause of the state's deficit. But they are a drain.