Skip to comments.U.S. Post Office Offers Illegal Alien-Friendly Wire Transfer Service
Posted on 02/19/2014 11:22:30 AM PST by montag813
by Gina Cassini | Top Right News
As we reported last week, far from contributing to our economy, illegal aliens are draining tens of billions from it, by sending the bulk of their earnings back to their home countries every year, with Mexico by far the largest recipient.
Looking to capitalize on the growing "remittance" industry -- illegal aliens sending money earned through illegal employment in this country, back home, the U.S. Post Office now offers a wire transfer service, but only to countries in Latin America.
The service, called Dinero Seguro (Sure Money) is being advertised in certain local post offices with posters showing a Latino family, along with the caption for your wire transfer of funds back home.
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A bunch of it is also drug money. The post office would be aiding and abetting international drug trafficking.
This alone is why illegal aliens must be denied “free” hospital care. Sorry if it sounds hard-hearted.
No that is not hard-hearted. There would be no change if the invaders were given amnesty. They steal our tax dollars and depress our wages. No sympathy for illegal invaders here.
Don’t miss the unstated point here - that is, that millions of illegals come here to WORK, making enough money to support themselves and still be able to send money back home. This work ethic and family values is what Republicans and Conservatives should be talking about, not trying to out-gimme the liberal panderers who assume anyone with a brown skin is automatically a welfare-sucking democrat.
And “free” school and lunch
But they DON’T ‘support themselves’. 57% of illegals receive at least one form of welfare, and the average illegal alien receives $14,000 more per year in social services than they pay in taxes of all kinds. They leave a trail of financial devastation from coast to coast, including bankrupt hospitals and schools, and millions of victims of their ID theft.
Remittance is at the top of the GNP of Mexico, only second to the oil industry. IOW, the US is supporting Mexico. Flat out. No other way to look at it.
I've been saying this for years.
They take money OUT of our economy. And where does it go? HOME.
They don't consider themselves as residents either.
Whether they are sending their welfare checks to Mexico or keeping their welfare payouts and sending cash from off the books transactions makes no difference.
They draw welfare and have money that they are choosing to “do without” by sending it home.
Start returning prepaid envelopes pasted to a brick.....it IS a contract after all. Kind of a ‘twofor’ !
Liberals complain about “trickle down economics”.
They tell us that we need “trickle up economics”.
This is trickle OUT economics (under the guise of trickle up).
The Libs have plans to turn the Post Office into a “public option bank.”
Apparently that is well underway.
The unstated point here is that while millions of them work off the books they are also having anchor babies who qualify for WIC, cash aid, food stamps, Medicaid, etc. When everything for your kids is paid for, since on the books it looks like you have $0 income, there is quite a bit of disposable dollars left to send back to Mexico.
Of course they will vote Democrat. They love the freebies.
(in a cheesy old-time gangster movie voice) OH, so da PO is muscling in on Western Union’s racket are dey?
Do they provide the money as well???
Understand, I'm not saying that letting these people rip us off is a good idea. It isn't, and we should stop it. I am saying that money sent out of the country as remittances is not lost to the US. It comes back to us because this is the only country where dollars can be spent. Remittances don't harm the US, any more than tourist dollars exchanged for foreign currency hurt the US. The money comes back to purchase our exports.
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