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Posted on 10/27/2006 4:40:30 PM PDT by T.L.Sink
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I am curious to know how they get their numbers. Illegals, by definition, are very difficult to count. I would bet the numbers are higher by about 50%.
this dude doesn't mess around. he knows his shiite.
Hey now! That can't be what we were told of family values not stopping at the Rio Grande.
What happened to that supposedly pervasive Catholicism?
The truth is we're getting the outcasts, the mentally ill, the near-retarded unemployable and the criminal element cast out of their communities. But hey, since half of them send so much money back all that is forgiven and they're lauded as heroes by the outgoing president of Mexico.
While we are forced to pay for their costs through taxes, insurance premiums and failing schools. I'm sick of it.
Bipartisan OBL agenda:
"The illegal immigration issue remains thorny and unsolved. Ultimately, however, it remains more symptom than cause: the way to reduce illegal immigration is to make Mexico's economy grow faster than that of the United States."
Robert Pastor's testimony to the Subcommittee on Western Hemisphere, U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee
A most informative article. Thanks for the ping!
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