- California, the frontrunner for state debt, teeters on
the edge of financial Armageddon. Its ledgers reveal billions of dollars
in the red. Meanwhile, Governor Schwarzenegger dances around his 'gorilla
in the kitchen' like a nervous 'girly' housewife. Farther east, the State
of Colorado finds itself a scant $630 million short of paying its bills.
- What do California and Colorado share in common? Answer:
their illegal criminal alien populations dictate their financial calamities.
With three to as many as four million criminal aliens, California cannot
fund its educational systems, medical care and incarceration costs. How
dire? Criminal aliens cost California $10.2 billion annually.
- At the same time, Colorado's 500,000 to 700,000 criminal
aliens cost that state a whopping $1.2 billion annually to educate, medicate
and incarcerate its alien population.
- Every state in the Union finds similar financial dilemmas
caused by criminal alien population loads. Astoundingly, Governor 'Arnold'
as well as Governor Ritter of Colorado never speak of their criminal alien
overload. Like 'girly' men, they wear glass slippers and tiptoe across
the stage like Meryl Streep in "The Devil Wears Prada." All
show; no substance.
- If you look at the federal level, engineers of the $900
billion stimulus package--U.S. Senator Harry Reid (D-NV) and House Speaker
Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) specifically defeated the "E-Verify" portion
of the bill to make sure that employers that gained funds from the taxpayer
package would not be required to verify legality of workers. In other
words, criminal aliens into the hundreds of thousands, if not millions,
could work those jobs specifically meant and paid for by Americans.
- Again, witness your government in action to subvert the
American middle class by the corporate class!
- In a stunning report by Edwin Rubenstein, "The Fiscal
Impact of Immigration: An Analysis of the Costs to 15 Federal Departments
and Agencies," continues to make an impact in the media, on the Internet
and among the immigration reform community. The report, first published
exclusively in the Winter 2007-2008 issue of <http://www.thesocialcontract.com>www.thesocialcontract.com,
highlights America's ongoing financial trauma created by 20 to 30 million
criminal aliens working and living within the country."
- "The first-of-its-kind assessment of the fiscal
impact of immigration on government departments and agencies found that
each immigrant costs taxpayers more than $9,000.00 annually; the U.S. has
37 million immigrants, legal and illegal, which cost the federal government
over $346 billion annually," said Peter B. Gemma, columnist for Middle
American News and USA Today.
- Phyllis Schalfly described the report, "Are you
having a hard time paying your bills, making your mortgage payments or
putting your kids through college? You need to know how much of your hard-earned
income the government is skimming off and diverting into handouts to legal
and illegal immigrants. You can read the depressing details in this 70
page document by Edwin S. Rubenstein, a Manhattan Institute adjunct fellow
with a mile high scholarly resume."
- Washington Times reporter Hsin-Yin Lee filed a news story
which stated, "The Rubenstein report, which analyzed costs based on
15 separate federal agencies, estimated the departmental impacts ranged
from a high of $146 billion at the Treasury Department to a low of $300
million at the Defense Department. The loss estimates, the report said,
included $100 billion in federal taxes lost from the reduction of native
incomes caused by immigrant workers."
- Social Contract editor Wayne Lutton said, "There
is really no limit to the greed of cheap labor profiteers."
- Investor's Business Daily reported, April 4, 2008, "Rubenstein's
study suggests that Washington doesn't want to take a good look at the
issue because the facts will spur the public to demand action to stop the
hemorrhage of taxpayer money out-of-control immigration is causing."
- Schalfly added, "Some liberals are trying to tell
us to fight a recession by bringing in more immigrants, but that would
only raid the pockets of U.S. taxpayers. It's hard to say which is more
outrageous: The diversion of Americans' personal income into cash handouts
to foreigners, or the federal government's policy of concealing the fiscal
impact of immigration."
- Via the report, you behold governmental fraud as deep
as the Pacific Ocean and as wide as the Atlantic. At the helm, 21st century
'robber barons' maneuver the United States onto a financial reef not unlike
what happened in the 1929 stock market crash. They accomplish their goals
without moral compunction, responsibility or remorse.
- While President Obama attempts to right our 'ship of
state', he ignores the fact that you cannot repair one side of a ship with
two holes and still expect it to remain afloat.
- As Captain Jack Sparrow said, "I want the horizon!"
- Obama, corporate America and the America Middle Class
will not survive to the horizon by ignoring the gaping holes in the hull.
- To take action: First and foremost, join www.numbersusa.com and
become one of nearly a million Americans making impact with pre-written
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