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Old 07-31-2010, 09:18 PM
 
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Here's some stats regarding illegal immigration. The site providing the information provides a detailed list of their sources which they've used in order to compile their data.

These numbers are mind boggling.
  • Illegal Aliens in country: 20,106,234
  • Other than Mexican illegals in country: 504,106
  • Money wired to Mexico since Jan 2006: $20,014,000.00
  • Money wired to Latin America since 2001: $213,749,999,000.00
  • Cost of Social Services since 1996: $45,680,000,000.00
  • Children of illegal aliens in public schools: 2,250,665
  • Cost of illegals in K-12 since 1996: $12,955,000,000.00
  • Illegal aliens incarcerated: 151,658,218,750
  • Cost of incarcerations since 2008: $655,869.00
  • Illegal alien fugitives: 16,518,060,765
  • Anchor babies since 2002: 4,812,456
  • Skilled jobs provided to illegal aliens: 9,704,163

Source: Illegal Alien Counters
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Old 07-31-2010, 11:00 PM
 
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American supporters who promote this illegal activity... "Priceless"
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Old 08-01-2010, 11:56 PM
 
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Here's some stats regarding illegal immigration. The site providing the information provides a detailed list of their sources which they've used in order to compile their data.

These numbers are mind boggling.
  • Illegal Aliens in country: 20,106,234
  • Other than Mexican illegals in country: 504,106
  • Money wired to Mexico since Jan 2006: $20,014,000.00
  • Money wired to Latin America since 2001: $213,749,999,000.00
  • Cost of Social Services since 1996: $45,680,000,000.00
  • Children of illegal aliens in public schools: 2,250,665
  • Cost of illegals in K-12 since 1996: $12,955,000,000.00
  • Illegal aliens incarcerated: 151,658,218,750
  • Cost of incarcerations since 2008: $655,869.00
  • Illegal alien fugitives: 16,518,060,765
  • Anchor babies since 2002: 4,812,456
  • Skilled jobs provided to illegal aliens: 9,704,163

Source: Illegal Alien Counters
If those 20 million are ever given amnesty and then become a citizen, they can bring a spouse. You have 40 million. If they just have 2 children (low number) it is 80 million. If they get relatives -- grandparents, let's say -- it becomes 160 million.

Do we really need 160 million people here at this country's expense within a short time?? In a rotten economy?? Insanity.
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