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Old 01-29-2008, 05:20 PM
 
Location: Maryland
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Social Security Totalization Agreement With Mexico Still Pending

TSCL Fights Loophole That Allows Social Security For Illegal Work


Despite widespread concerns, the Social Security totalization agreement signed with Mexico in 2004 is still pending. If allowed to go into effect, Mexican immigrants, including those who worked in this country illegally, would become eligible for “totalized” Social Security benefits based on illegal earnings.

Grassroots efforts by The Senior Citizens League (TSCL) and our supporters are raising concerns among Members of Congress about the cost of the agreement to Social Security, and the potential of benefit cuts for retirees who earned their benefits legally.......

http://www.seniorsleague.org/index.p...2766&Itemid=96
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Old 01-29-2008, 05:52 PM
 
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I don't even know what to say regarding this. It makes no sense. Supposedly, when I retire, there won't be much, if any, of my social security. So, lets go ahead and take give our money to criminals who were here illegally?! Can anyone truly justify this? I don't even think JesusisLord would want to take this one on. That country (Mexico) is a huge headache. All they bring to us are complaints on why we should take care of them because they've had a hard life. Can you imagine if our government brought up the grand scheme of Mexico paying illegals in their country social security? They'd probably say "Now, that makes no sense. We have our own citizens to take care of." Then proceed to talk about how stupid The United States is for even bringing such an insane idea up. When are we going to STOP pandering to Mexico?
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Old 01-29-2008, 06:08 PM
 
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only one way.. but were not allowed to say K.........
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