Illegal aliens do not contribute to the economy

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  1. LilOlLady
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    ILLEGAL ALIENS DO NOT CONTRIBUTE TO THE ECONOMY
    like tax cut do not create jobs.


    Illegal aliens do not contribute to the economy and all immigration, except H-2A Visa, should be halted and reduced during the recession as it has been done twice before by Eisenhower and Hoover to release jobs for unemployed Americans.

    Illegal aliens contribute to the recession because they are low income earners and pay very little in taxes if any and receive millions in social services by way of “anchor babies.” Entitlement programs like education, healthcare, food stamps, public housing and free lunches and breakfast. And their parent by way of Emergency room care and county medical and dental clinics.

    The failing economy and 14 million unemployed Americans is proof that illegal aliens do not contribute to the economy and do not create jobs and contribute to the failing economy.
     
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    U.S. households headed by illegal aliens used $26.3 billion in government services during 2002, but paid $16 billion in taxes, an annual cost to taxpayers of $10 billion. It's reasonable to expect those costs to continue to soar if action is not taken to turn the tide.
    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2004/dec/06/20041206-102115-6766r/


    $3 Million Dollars a DAY is spent to incarcerate illegal aliens.
    http://transcripts.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/0604/01/ldt.01.html


    In 2007, legal and illegal aliens cost the federal government more than $346 BILLION dollars and the U.S. taxpayers paid more than $ 9,000. for each immigrant in the country!
    http://www.esrresearch.com/Rubensteinreport.pdf
     

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