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January 27, 2010

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monalisa

Proposition 13, intended to protect elderly individuals, should exempt million dollar and up for-profit corporations. That would solve our budget woes in one ethical swoop!

Brittanicus

Talk about self inflicted wounds? Should the rigid immigration laws pass in the state of Arizona? Look out California--THE SANCTUARY STATE.Currently so many other states are teetering on the edge of bankruptcy, because of the illegal alien invasion. Millions upon millions of more decrepit, desperate illegal immigrant families will be heading your way? Think of it! Your utra-Liberal assembly ruling the roost in Sacramento, will have to borrow even more money from Communist China, just as our derelict political old mens club in Washington have done Your need to loan that extra cash, with astronomical interest to pay for even more "Anchor Babies" welfare. Be assured Illegal aliens know all the loop holes, to get at all that public welfare cash. and government entitlements. Arizona said enough is enough and while their own congregations of poverty stricken population, have have been cut back (just as California) on welfare subsidies to share with illegal immigrant families. The people of Arizona frustrated with the lying garbage from Washington, have taken their immigration laws into their own hands at last, while California still dishes out billions of dollars a year. We are told illegal aliens don't get food stamps, low Income housing or many other government entitlements. Why do you think Pregnant women sneak across the border, to siphon off taxpayers dollars.

* The Urban Institute estimates that the cost of educating an estimated 800,000 illegal alien school children in the nation's seven states with the highest concentration of illegals was $3.1 billion in 1993 (extrapolated to $4.6 billion in 1996 by FAIR), but this estimate does not at all take into account the additional costs of bilingual education or other special educational needs.
* It is estimated that the number of children born to illegal aliens each year is 165,000. This figure is based on the crude birth rate of the total foreign-born population (33 birth per 1000) and the size of the illegal alien population (five million).
* 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.
* TAKE INTO ACCOUNT THIS WAS 1994-1996. CAN ANYBODY EVEN MAKE A CONSERVATIVE GUESS OF WHAT CALIFORNIA IS DISHING OUT? DON'T EVEN THINK FOR THE ACCOUNTING OF EVERY OTHER STATE? CALIFORNIA IS BROKE.

The joke is going to be on California when countless numbers in Arizona, pack up their possession and head for the neighboring state. Perhaps Governor Richardson will welcome these lawbreakers with open arms, as we already know he issues drivers licenses to them. Of course Utah and the great state of Texas may receive additional occupancy as well, who will expediently offer them welfare like the once Golden State. It's a crying shame that foreign nation get preference over our own pregnant mothers our sick and infirm. What excuse do politicians have to sell American jobs overseas, while importing discount labor. Enact amendment to the 1986 Simpson-Mazzoli bill, don't use propaganda to say the laws were broken--when never enforced. Tell your Washington and state Senators and Representatives what--YOU--want, and not--CONSPIRE--with the special interest lobbyists? Here's the Capitol Switchboard number 202-224-3121 ONE LANGUAGE, ONE FLAG AND DEPORT--ALL--ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS. IT CAN BE DONE WITH THE NEW GENERATION OF E-VERIFY.

CA NOW

People are not "illegal", they are undocumented. It is useless to blame those who come here for a better life when the employers who seek the lowest-paid workers, documented or not, are not penalized or incentivized to change their practices. California NOW is committed to creating fair pay policies that encourage employers to pay a living wage to all workers, including agricultural and domestic care workers.

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