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Is Amnesty Worth A National Bankruptcy?

loadstar Wrote: Feb 13, 2013 9:26 AM
Hey Henryk Kowalczyk-- America ALREADY accepts more LEGAL immigrants every year than ALL OTHER NATIONS COMBINED! We do not have a crying need for MORE immigrants...what we have a REAL need for is EDUCATED, SKILLED immigrants who will ineluctably become net contributors, NOT NET TAKERS like most ILLEGAL aliens already are. I think that anti-Anglo legal immigration policy we have had since 1965 is simply racist!
Henryk A Kowalczyk Wrote: Feb 13, 2013 7:12 PM
Dear Loadstar,

Your arguments are pointless as they hang in the vacuum. You do not tell why they are important. You do not say what your objective is.

My objective is finding what is the best for the nation. Guided by this prerogative, I analyzed the facts, applied the best knowledge possible, and arrived with the Freedom of Migration Act concept. All the reasoning behind my conclusions are on my websites.

Even better, if you want to debate one argument after another to nail me down and prove me wrong, I have a website for this as well: www.immigrationdebate.net. Please let me know.

loadstar Wrote: Feb 16, 2013 3:23 PM

Could legalizing an estimated 11 million illegal aliens tip our precarious national finances into insolvency?

Could be. Robert Rector, who works on such problems at the Heritage Foundation stated, "Granting amnesty or legal status to illegals will generate costs in Medicare and Social Security alone of $2.5 trillion above any taxes paid in” (Daily Caller, January 31).

Two and a half trillion dollars? Yep. That's Trillion with a T!

So far most of the talk in Washington is about border security and preventing later amnesties. Thinking people in both parties better begin calculating the costs of this amnesty.

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