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Old 08-10-2012, 11:57 PM
Location: Jewel Lake (Sagle) Idaho
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Originally Posted by OhBeeHave View Post
Latin American Herald Tribune - Mexican Remittances Climb 6.2%

Most of the $11.85 BILLION is sent from the US within SIX MONTHS

Approximately 6 million illegal immigrants from Mexico live in the US.

We have record numbers of USCs on food stamps.

Unemployment rates aren't improving.

It's time to hold the government's feet to the fire and demand that immigration law be enforced.
If the government can track this money, why aren't they seizing it? There is every precident for seizing money made as a result of a criminal act; we do so over drugs all the time. Criminal aliens are at least as great a risk to American citizens as drug dealers are, why is the government allowing profits made by this crime to leave the country?
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