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Stop Illegal Immigration, Control our Borders

Spending ($)Billions of our tax dollars to enhance the lives of law breaking, foreign nationals, represents the greatest travesty perpetrated against unknowing citizens in the last hundred years.

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The Cost of Legal & illegal Immigration NEW FIGURES APRIL 8, 2009 one State Florida $3.8 BILLION PER YEAR AND Florida doesn't have sancuary City like NY,CA, IL etc.

FAIR : Federation for American Immigration Reform

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Florida Studies Reveal Huge Increase in Cost of Illegal Immigration and Widespread Voter Dissatisfaction
Cost Study and Zogby Poll Offer Comprehensive Statewide Assessment

(Washington, D.C. April 8, 2009) Simultaneous studies, released this week by the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR), show soaring costs of illegal immigration in Florida and demonstrate strong voter objections to the burdens placed on them by illegal immigration. A new Zogby International poll of 801 likely voters across the state found that, by an overwhelming margin, Floridians believe that illegal immigration is harming their state. Their perceptions are rooted in reality. A separate FAIR study, the Costs of Illegal Immigration to Floridians found that providing education and health care to illegal aliens and their families, and incarcerating criminal illegal aliens, costs state taxpayers more than $3.8 billion annually, more than double the costs measured in 2005.

The Costs of Illegal Immigration to Floridians found that taxpayers spend:

* $3.4 billion a year to educate illegal immigrant children and the U.S. born children of illegal immigrants.
* $290 million a year on unreimbursed health care for illegal aliens.
* $90 million a year to incarcerate criminal illegal aliens.
* The total represents an annual cost to each of Florida’s native-born headed households of $678.

The cost study also determined that the illegal alien population in Florida is now 950,000 persons. This represents 7.3 percent of the national total illegal alien population, and it is the nation’s fourth largest concentration of illegal aliens after California, Texas and New York. It is also about 5.2 percent of Florida’s overall population.

The Zogby poll found that:

* 71.3% of Florida voters say illegal immigration has a negative impact on the state. Only 14.4% believe it has a positive impact on Florida.
* 83.5% of Florida voters believe illegal aliens have a negative impact on the state budget, versus only 7.9% who believe their impact is positive.
* 57.5% believe illegal immigration should be reduced through better enforcement of immigration laws. Only 36% of Florida voters favor amnesty or legalization for current illegal aliens.
* 68.6% of Florida voters want worksite immigration enforcement to continue. Only 21.1% support the Obama administration’s decision to curtail worksite enforcement.

“Voters in Florida, like voters everywhere, want their elected officials in Washington and Tallahassee to protect their interests, their jobs, and their tax dollars from the impact of mass illegal immigration,” said Stein. “At a time when the Obama administration is intent on systematically dismantling immigration enforcement, and congressional leaders are considering a new round of amnesty legislation, voters in this key state are saying unequivocally that it is time political leaders stopped pandering to the illegal immigration lobby, and started enforcing laws that serve the interests of ordinary Americans.”

The Costs of Illegal Immigration to Floridians and a summary of the Zogby International Polling results are available at

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Comment by Hardcore Conservative on October 19, 2009 at 10:19pm
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Comment by Sandy F on October 6, 2009 at 8:56pm
I drove School Bus for a district in Ohio and they had a special school just for the kids that spoke spanish and enough english to get by, but they would go to this special school to learn more Spanish NOT ENGLISH. Just another way for our tax dollars to pay for Illegal Immigration. I think our Boarder should be closed and the Boarder Patrol should shoot and ask questions later if they catch any runners.
Comment by Barry 'Bigbare' Carson on September 27, 2009 at 10:55pm

An illegal alien in Polk County Florida who got pulled over in a routine
traffic stop ended up 'executing' the deputy who stopped him.
The deputy was shot eight times, including once behind his right ear at
close range. Another deputy was wounded and a police dog killed.
A state wide manhunt ensued.
The murderer was found hiding in a wooded area with his gun.
After he shot at them, SWAT team officers open fired and hit the guy 68 times.

Naturally, the liberal media went nuts and asked why they
shot the poor undocumented immigrant 68 times.

Sheriff Grady Judd told the Orlando Sentinel:

'Because that's all the ammunition we had.'
Comment by Kristin3 on September 15, 2009 at 9:54pm
I grew up by the border of Tijuana. I was always overwhelmed by the drain that the high mount of aliens coming into our country and giving birth in America was. No closed border meant pregnant women ran the border daily if need be until they gave birth in the US. Their child was then a US citizen and also, the birth was paid for. My family felt then that this would become a big issue, and here sits CA with big buget issues over it. Not a good thing at all. It needs to stop.
Comment by Lisa A. Gustin on July 14, 2009 at 4:42pm
I hate to say it but the illegal immigrants are a huge drain on our econmy . I think that is part of what went wrong in California. I'm all for immigration if it is legal and people go through the right channels and do what they are required to do. My dad is from Pristina, Albania but he is legal. My mother's parents came from Russia but became citizens. I voted for John McCain but his views on this are a big part of why he wasn't my first choice for a reublican candidate.
Comment by Conservative Validity on June 25, 2009 at 10:34pm
Thursday, June 25, 2009, 2:36pm MST
Obama hints at amnesty for illegal immigrants
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President Barack Obama stayed away from hot-button words in remarks Thursday on immigration reform, but hinted that his immigration push will include some kind of “amnesty” or “legal path” for illegal immigrants already in the U.S.

He also praised U.S. Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., who was at a White House meeting on the issue and has supported a legal path for undocumented immigrants and a guest worker program.

“What’s also been acknowledged is that the 12 million or so undocumented workers are here — who are not paying taxes in the ways that we’d like them to be paying taxes, who are living in the shadows, that is a group that we have to deal with in a practical, common-sense way,” Obama said after the meeting. “And I think the American people are ready for us to do so. But it’s going to require some heavy lifting, it’s going to require a victory of practicality and common sense and good policy making over short-term politics. That’s what I’m committed to doing as president.”

On his former campaign foe, he said: “I want to especially commend John McCain, who’s with me today, because along with folks like Lindsey Graham, he has already paid a significant political cost for doing the right thing. I stand with him.”

Obama also said Thursday he is making U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano a key point person on the immigration reform push. As Arizona’s former governor, Napolitano signed an employer sanctions bill into law and backed deployment of National Guard troops along the Arizona-Mexico border. She, however, was skeptical about a border wall and flirted with the idea of allowing illegal immigrants to obtain drivers licenses.
Comment by Jeanne Halsey on May 5, 2009 at 12:30pm
People ask me why I want to guard our borders when I have a daughter-in-law from India and three Indian-born grandchildren (with "American-born-abroad" status through their father) ... and I say, "We carefully, honestly, legally, and expensively went through the process to bring our loved ones into the United States, but why should others crash our borders and infiltrate our society?" Two wrongs (border-crashing, then amnesty) do not make a right. People who broke the law to get into the U.S. are unlikely to obey the laws once they get here. If we must tighten our borders to protect our citizens, then so be it. I live right on the American-Canadian border, and I strongly support our law-enforcement officers.
Comment by Koko on May 3, 2009 at 6:27pm
Amnesty Agenda by Lou Dobbs:
Senate Democrats re-laid the ground work for so-called comprehensive immigration reform. The plan would include amnesty for millions of illegal aliens. President Obama has made the issue a priority — despite the struggling economy and millions of Americans out of work. Lisa Sylvester reports.

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