Assylum Seekers - Just as bad as Illegals, only LEGAL!


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Apr 12, 2012
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"This process is the result of the Refugee Act of 1980, the brainchild of Ted Kennedy, aggressively supported by Joe Biden, and signed into law by Jimmy Carter.
The contractors who bring in these immigrants are paid by the head with U.S. taxpayers' money. The contractors have offices and plenty of staff to finance the resettlement of the aliens and are well organized to protect their foothold and their salaries.
They immediately expand the numbers of foreigners they are handling by bringing in the refugees' family members. The first arrivals are labeled the "seed community."
The big difference between these asylum refugees and other immigrants is that the refugees are entitled to all forms of government-paid welfare the minute they set foot in America, whereas our laws require ordinary legal immigrants to show that they have the means to support themselves and will not become a "public charge." The feds even give the asylum immigrants startup money for three to six months, which gives their contractor time to sign them up for subsidized housing, health care, food stamps, job counseling and training.
One of the biggest problems with this program is that the immigrant kids are quickly enrolled in public schools. We can blame this piece of mischief on supremacist judges, who ruled in 1982 that immigrant kids are entitled to attend U.S. public schools."

Read it and whine: The Costly Asylum Racket - Phyllis Schlafly - Page full

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