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CBS reports that Manuela Quintana, a mother of 10, is fleeing Arizona now that the state's governor has signed the new immigration law. manuela quintana CBS Her 10 children were born here and are U.S. citizens. Both she and her husband are undocumented, and currently unemployed. Read more:
Several interviews have show this trend. Note to elwood blues; The figures you posted are total expenditures to the states, not welfare payments. Money spent isn't welfare. Example, If you bought a $50,000 sports car and gave $50 to a homeless man, who received the handout? The money going to Arizona pays for Border Patrol, Military establishments, military hardware production, energy bought by the Federal government, National Parks, etc. California gets $173.46 per capita from the Federal government for welfare, New York gets $218.25 per capita, Arizona gets $113.44. ----------------------------------- Do you have a job? Is your paycheck a handout? Are you a leech if you cash that paycheck? Just get the terms right.
Yes, but this bill alone won't stop illegal immigration, you need to stop it at the source. I don't mean build a 50 ft fence along Mexico's border, I mean we need to step it up in border enforcement, but remember it's not just Mexicans we have to focus on, how about those illegal SVR Russian spies that came from Canada?! Also, Mexican drug cartels are pissed at this new law, those guys are paramilitary, I say send more National Guard along the border. P.S. I'm a 1st Generation Mexican-American, I read the bill there's nothing racist or any input of racial profiling in the bill, that is, as long as the law is enforced correctly.
A large portion of Arizona are collecting government paychecks.
Current estimates put the number of illegals who will leave Louisville to go to another state, which of course has the same Federal law, at ~100K, just imagine how much better off Louisville residents will be
I wonder what would happen to our country if we just open our borders completely and let anyone and everyone come in? Seems that is what everyone wants.
Actually, Louisville is busy leeching off the coastal states. Check out this table of Federal Tax Burdens and Expenditures by State: find that Alaska got $1.87 back for for every dollar paid in Federal taxes. Montana: $1.58 per dollar; Mississippi: $1.77 per dollar; and Arizona: $1.30 per dollar. That's right, Arizona, home of John McCain gets 30% more out of the federal government than in pays in. And there are plenty more like that. Here's a few: OK: $1.48; AR: $1.47; AL: $1.71; SC: $1.38; NC: $1.10; KY: $1.45; Louisville $1.45 WV: 1.83; VA: $1.66. (See for other years) So who is financing all this? What states pay more in taxes than they receive in federal expenditures? California: $0.79 per dollar; New York: $0.79 per dollar; Michigan: $0.85 per dollar; Illinois: $0.73 per dollar; Massachusetts: $0.77 per dollar; New Jersey: $0.55 per dollar; MN: $.69; WI: $.82; CT: $.66. Texas finances a bit too they get back $.94 per dollar paid. For California, the tax burden was $7012 per capita. With 36 million people, that's 252 billion in taxes paid. Applying the .79 return rate, we see California paid almost $53 billion in "welfare" to other states in that one year. For Texas, the total tax burden was $5841 per capita. With 22.49 million people, that's $131 billion in taxes paid. Applying the .94 return rate, we see Texas put $7.882 billion more into the treasury than it received. Small potatoes compared to California, but it's something. These figures are from 2004. If you noticed a trend that blue states tend to be losers in this deal, and red states tend to be winners (not always; Texas gets $0.94) then bravo - you have spotted the true trend. Its really quite eye-opening. ----------- update ----------- @Gray Wanderer: I know you red-staters like to think you're all self-reliant & stuff, but the figures don't lie. What ever label you choose, the coastal states pay far more money into the federal government than they receive, and the red states on average take far more out of the federal government than they pay. Without that cash flow, their economies would be even worse. Would you prefer a different euphemism like "re-distribution of wealth"? .
Todo! tu eres estupido! puta!
Adios is all I can say.