MEXIIFORNIA: WHERE LA RAZA LOOTS FIRST!
LEGALS FLEE THE LA RAZA WELFARE STATE WITH NEARLY THE HIGHEST TAXES IN THE COUNTRY!
You didn't think Mexico was paying for their anchor baby factories in California?!?
Between the mid-1980s and 2005, the state’s aggregate population increased by 10 million Californians, including immigrants. But that isn’t the good economic news that you might think. For one thing, 7 million of the new Californians were low-income Medicaid recipients. Further, as economist Arthur Laffer recently noted in Investor’s Business Daily, between 1992 and 2008, the number of tax-paying Californians entering California was smaller than the number leaving -- 3.5 million versus 4.4 million, for a net loss of 869,000 tax filers. Those who left were wealthier than those who arrived, with average adjusted gross incomes of $44,700, versus $38,600. Losing those 869,000 filers cost California $44 billion in tax revenue over two decades, Laffer calculated.
Immigration and Your Father’s Oldsmobile
Mr. Hanson buys into the basic “re-energize” mantra that forms the underpinnings of the immigration narrative.