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BucEyedPea 02:45 PM 08-13-2019
Saving Taxpayers Billions
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BucEyedPea 02:47 PM 08-13-2019
Also being reported on Fox

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/tru...rds-immigrants
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loochy 02:57 PM 08-13-2019
I'm so down with this.
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Munson 02:58 PM 08-13-2019
Good news.
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BucEyedPea 03:07 PM 08-13-2019
I hope this makes Prison Bitch's day. I thought of him when I saw it.
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Marcellus 03:11 PM 08-13-2019
And here come the cries of "racist" from the left.
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Iowanian 03:13 PM 08-13-2019
Great idea.
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Marcellus 03:16 PM 08-13-2019
Originally Posted by Iowanian:
Great idea.
Its almost like merit based citizenship. :-)
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loochy 03:23 PM 08-13-2019
Originally Posted by BucEyedPea:
I hope this makes Prison Bitch's day. I thought of him when I saw it.
Oh, he'll still hate it. :-)
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Detoxing 03:24 PM 08-13-2019
Originally Posted by BucEyedPea:
I hope this makes Prison Bitch's day. I thought of him when I saw it.
You think so, huh? You think this will make him happy? :-) naaaah. This is, once again, a big fat nothing. Here, let me show you:

Originally Posted by :
The rule means many green card and visa applicants could be turned down if they have low incomes or little education, and have used benefits such as most forms of Medicaid, food stamps, and housing vouchers, because they'd be deemed more likely to need government assistance in the future.
1. Low Income. We don't know what that is yet. And you're kidding yourself if you think the bar won't be low. Same for education.

2. Things Illegals aren't eligible for and don't use:

a) Medicaid
b) SNAP (Food Stamps)
c) Federally assisted housing vouchers.

Pssst....you can't get that without a Social Security number.

Next, we have this dandy nugget here:

Originally Posted by :
There are exceptions to the rule, such as benefits received by active duty member of the military, Medicaid for pregnant women, children under 21 years old, and emergency medical care
a) Medicaid for the pregnant
b) Emergency medical care
c) Assistance for minors

You know, the things Illegals ACTUALLY use.

Sorry to burst everyone's bubble but you've mostly been duped here.

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WhiteWhale 04:20 PM 08-13-2019
Originally Posted by Detoxing:
You think so, huh? You think this will make him happy? :-) naaaah. This is, once again, a big fat nothing. Here, let me show you:



1. Low Income. We don't know what that is yet. And you're kidding yourself if you think the bar won't be low. Same for education.

2. Things Illegals aren't eligible for and don't use:

a) Medicaid
b) SNAP (Food Stamps)
c) Federally assisted housing vouchers.

Pssst....you can't get that without a Social Security number.

Next, we have this dandy nugget here:



a) Medicaid for the pregnant
b) Emergency medical care
c) Assistance for minors

You know, the things Illegals ACTUALLY use.

Sorry to burst everyone's bubble but you've mostly been duped here.

via GIPHY

I worked with illegals for years and all of them had SS#'s. They buy them on the US side of the border.

Identity theft is a thing.
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T-post Tom 04:32 PM 08-13-2019


A new regulation set to be published by the Trump administration will ensure that legal immigrants would be less likely to secure a permanent residency in the U.S. if they have used any forms of welfare in the past, including using subsidized healthcare services, food stamps, and public housing.

The regulation will be a boon for American taxpayers in the form of an annual $57.4 billion tax cut — the amount taxpayers spend every year on paying for the welfare, crime, and schooling costs of the country’s mass importation of 1.5 million new, mostly low-skilled legal immigrants.

The National Academies of Science released a report two years ago, noting that state and local American taxpayers are billed about $1,600 each year per immigrant to pay for their welfare, where immigrant households consume 33 percent more cash welfare than American citizen households.

A recent Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) study notes that about 63 percent of noncitizen households in the U.S. use at least one form of taxpayer-funded welfare, while only about 35 percent of native-born American households are on welfare. This means that noncitizen households use nearly twice as much welfare as native-born American households.


In California — with the largest noncitizen population in the country at almost 11 million or nearly 30 percent of the state’s total population — more than seven-in-ten, or 72 percent, of households headed by noncitizens are on at least one form of welfare. Compare that to the findings that only about seven-in-twenty, or 35 percent, of native-born households in California are on welfare.

Preventing Americans from being forced to foot the bill for welfare for newly arrived legal immigrants is hugely popular among U.S. voters. A Rasmussen Reports poll conducted in 2017 revealed that more than six-in-ten voters, or 62 percent, said they would support a plan that bans legal immigrants from receiving welfare for at least the first five years of their residency in the country. Roughly 67 percent of swing voters and nearly 60 percent of black Americans said they would support such a plan.

Another 76 percent of U.S. voters said welfare users should be mandated to prove that they are not in the country illegally before being allowed to obtain public benefits, including 74 percent of black Americans, 77 percent of swing voters, and 63 percent of Democrat voters.



Currently, there is an estimated record high of 44.5 million foreign-born residents living in the U.S. This is nearly quadruple the immigrant population in 2000. The vast majority of those arriving in the country every year are low-skilled legal immigrants who compete against working and middle-class Americans for jobs.
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BDj23 04:39 PM 08-13-2019
Originally Posted by WhiteWhale:
I worked with illegals for years and all of them had SS#'s. They buy them on the US side of the border.

Identity theft is a thing.
A guy I work with is married to an illegal immigrant with a ss#
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T-post Tom 04:39 PM 08-13-2019
Originally Posted by WhiteWhale:
I worked with illegals for years and all of them had SS#'s. They buy them on the US side of the border.

Identity theft is a thing.
My nephew's SSN was being used by an illegal immigrant. The Mexican citizen was busted for multiple counts of fraud and theft. Apparently my nephew is only one of millions of U.S. citizens who had their SSN stolen by illegal immigrants. He's in junior high. :-)
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BDj23 04:41 PM 08-13-2019
Originally Posted by T-post Tom:
My nephew's SSN was being used by an illegal immigrant. The Mexican citizen was busted for multiple counts of fraud and theft. Apparently my nephew is only one of millions of U.S. citizens who had their SSN stolen by illegal immigrants. He's in junior high. :-)
VICTIMLESS CRIME!!!
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