Uh, Because Those 434,000 Mexican Kids Now Live In The US

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    Uh, yeah, professor, that’s cuz those 434,000 Mexican kids are now… living in the U.S.

    by Kathy Shaidle on Monday, September 26th, 2011 |

    The Mexicans didn’t stop having kids (heaven forbid!) They just dragged them up to America.

    And, gee, I’m relieved to hear the Mexican economy is doing so much better now as a result, according to you. America’s? Not so much.

    Philip Longman:

    Because of the phenomenon of hyper-aging in the developing world, another great variable is already changing as well: migration. In Mexico, for example, the population of children age 4 and under was 434,000 less in 2010 than it was in 1996.


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    The joys of fecundity.
     
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    more taxpayers in the USA now that they have left Mexico
     
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    Statistically, every immigrant family that makes it to the US presents one member that needs assistance from the State.

    Case in point, the Ecuadoran Mason. Married, two (?) children who prefer to watch the English language television programs rather than the Spanish language programming available.
    He has a brother that managed to make it to America after two or three failed attempts, totalling a ballpark (?) $250,000 in expenses. When he arrived here he became violently ill from a protozoal meningitis that he caught from eating infected food either in Ecuador or on his way here. Most people who contact an amoebal meningitis die rather quickly. This gentleman survived as a result of excellent medical intervention here, but will be on state medicaid for the rest of his life.

    What will be the greater sum, the taxes the mason contributes during his working life or the expenses incurred by the brother for his support and medical upkeep? Nothing in this world is ever clean and neat.

    "Let it be known that today was the day the oceans stopped rising and the planet began to heal" Give me a break. I need to vomit.
     
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    They don't pay No Stinkin' Taxes!!!

    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/

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    One illegal alien family, costs the U.S. taxpayers more than $32,000 in federal, state and local benefits each year. That same family contributes an average of $9,000 a year in taxes, resulting in a net tax burden of $22,449 each year. If the lower figure of 12 million illegal aliens is used for estimation purposes, the total tax burden translates to $2.2 trillion per year.
    http://www.wnd.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=55135


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    In 2007, legal and illegal aliens cost the federal government more than $346 BILLION dollars and the U.S. taxpayers paid more than $ 9,000.00 for each immigrant in the country!
    http://www.esrresearch.com/Rubensteinreport.pdf
     

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