Skip to comments.White House Releases Supplemental Immigration Request
Posted on 07/10/2014 9:33:16 PM PDT by lilyramone
The White House this week requested an additional $4.3 billion in discretionary appropriations for the current fiscal year to cover the cost of the "urgent humanitarian situation" involving Central American children crossing the Southern border and to pay for fighting this summer's wildfires. $3.7 billion is dedicated to the situation at the border, while $615 million more for wildfires will likely provide enough funding for the whole wildfire season.
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Be sure to check out the $615 million for wildfires
Hey Barry! Get it from your pals at the UN, down in Mexihole, Guatemala, Ecuador and El Salvador. We’re broke moron!
The House should pass a $30 million “Tickets Home” bill and send it to the Senate.
I’ve already directed my representative by e-mail to tell the Democrats to go pound sand.
If I don’t hear back from him by tomorrow, I’m calling his office and raising hell.
Paying for the detention, health care checkups and stuff for the illegals, most of the rest is for "RESETTLEMENT".
Nothing for border security or deportations
When you are taking on water, it is always best to fix the hole in the boat first.
Obama just invites more water in
Look out for this becoming a Trojan horse for the Gang of 8 bill. Any immigration legislation can be used as a vehicle for the GOPe and the Dems to get “comprehensive immigration reform.” In fact, all of this at the border may have been orchestrated for just that purpose. Be afraid, very afraid....
Or buy each one of them an inner tube and throw them in the Colorado River. That’ll get them home.
Analysis of Budget Request
If Congress continues to fund this criminal administration, they are complicit.
Exactly. They call it enforcement, but it is really money being spent on people that got here and that Obama will let stay here.
Up it to 60 million, First Class plane ride and 10,000 bucks pocket money on the condition they never come back on pain of imprisonment
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