Do they have a foodstamp office downstairs?
Her host country picks up the tab, and her baby has US citizenship to boot - what a happy coincidence.
Words cannot describe how sick to f*^&%n death I am with everything going on today.
That's a novel way of putting it.
“First baby born at new Marian Regional Medical Center (Mom on Vacation from Mexico)”
And what’s really amazing is that — even though she’s been taken -back- to Mexico to be raised, even if she never learns a word of English, in 35 years she can return to the United States and be fully Constitutionally qualified to become president.
Same as Marco Rubio.... :)
On vacation? On vacation to a foreign country? I’m sure then that she was able to write a check for the $10,000 or so to cover the costs of the birth. For my two kids I had to prepay a significant amount before they would accept my wife and I into the hospital. I even had pretty good insurance. But then I’m just a lowly American citizen.
Sure, everyone goes on vacation when they’re 8.99 months along.
The invasion continues...
My town-my hospital-my heartbreak.
The name is wrong in the article. It it is actually called Anchor Baby Medical Center
The new hospital is amazing...gorgeous..too bad the first baby born is an anchor baby.
She and her pup should be boxed and shipped back to mexico. And make it a one way trip.
To be fair, I lived in Spain at the time I was pregnant, and at the beginning of my 9th month, my husband and I decided to go spend a weekend in Portugal. I had some false labors there—I thought I might have the baby there, which would have been a nightmare for all the paperwork. Portugal does not grant citizenship to children of foreigners; Spain does (or it did, at the time).
The US simply should not grant automatic citizenship to kids born here unless their parents are legal residents.
I wonder—if the population of anchor babies born in the US and raised in Mexico becomes large enough, can we annex Mexico? On the grounds that it’s holding a large number of our citizens?