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« on: December 01, 2005, 04:42:00 PM »
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Consider the story of one illustrative family to show how reality
is the sum of the seen and the unseen. The Silverios from Stockton,
California, are illegal aliens seen as hard-laboring fruit-pickers with
family values. Cristobal Silverio came illegally from Oxtotilan,
Mexico, in 1997 and brought his wife Felipa, plus three children
aged 19, 12, and 8. Felipa, mother of the bride Lourdes (age 19),
gave birth to a new daughter, her anchor baby, named Flor. Flor was
premature, spent three months in the neonatal incubator, and cost
San Joaquin Hospital more than $300,000. Meanwhile, Lourdes
plus her illegal alien husband produced their own anchor baby,
Esmeralda. Grandma Felipa created a second anchor baby,Cristian.
Anchor babies are valuable. A disabled anchor baby is more
valuable than a healthy one. The two Silverio anchor babies
generate $1,000 per month in public welfare funding. Flor gets
$600 per month for asthma. Healthy Cristian gets $400. Cristobal
and Felipa last year earned $18,000 picking fruit. Flor and Cristian
were paid $12,000 for being anchor babies. This illegal alien
family?s annual income tops $30,000.
Cristobal Silverio, when drunk one Saturday night, crashed his
van. Though he had no auto insurance or driver?s license, and owed
thousands of dollars, he easily bought another van. Stockton Police
say that 44 percent of all ?hit and runs? are by illegal aliens. If Cris


had been seriously injured, the EMTALA-associated entitlement
would provide, as it did for the four-year rehabilitation of a
quadriplegic neighbor illegal alien. Rehabilitation costs
customarily do not fall under the title ?emergency care,? but
partisans clamor to keep paraplegics in America rather than deport
them to more primitive facilities south of the border.
My mechanic employs an illegal I shall call Umberto, who said
when I came for my truck, ?Dr. Cosman, my children lost their
shadows! Help me!?
What does this mean? Umberto has five disabled children: two
are autistic, two have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, and
one has oppositional defiant disorder, with additional obsessivecompulsive
disorder. All take California government-supplied
medications, including Ritalin. The autistic children had
?shadows? or personal attendants, one per child, under the federal
Individuals with Disability Education Act of 1975 (IDEA). The
program provides a shadow, plus an ?individual education
program? that cost about $30,000 per year per child. Umberto and
his wife dine out alone each week, thanks to California-provided
respite-care babysitters.
Illegal aliens have translators, advocates, and middlemen
supplied by immigrants? civil rights groups or by Medicaid.
MediCal in 2003 had 760,000 illegal aliens, up from 2002 when
there were 470,000. Supplemental Security Income is a nonmeans-
tested federal grant of money and food stamps. People
qualify easily. Scams, frauds, and cheats are rampant. In one clinic,
300 people diagnosed as ?mildly mentally retarded? all had the
same translator, same psychiatrist, same symptoms, and similar
stipend. Fraud is an equal-opportunity employer that flouts
America?s generosity to the feeble, the crippled, and the poor.
Illegal aliens have powerful legal facilitators who litigate and lobby
for ?Open Borders? and for welfare benefits for all who cross onto
America?s soil. Open Borders proponents imperil America?s
sovereignty by obliterating distinctions between legal immigrants
and illegal aliens, and between American citizens and all other
people of the hungry world.
Among the organizations directing illegal aliens into America?s
medical systems are the Ford Foundation-funded Mexican
American Legal Defense and Education Fund; the National
Immigration Law Center; the American Immigration Lawyers
Association; the American Bar Association?s Commission on
Immigration Policy, Practice, and Pro Bono; the Immigrant Legal
Resource Center; the National Council of George Soros?s
Open Society Institute; the Migration Policy Institute; the National
Network for Immigration and Refugee Rights; and the Southern
Poverty Law Center.And there are more.
Cases of ?permanent disability? have burgeoned because its
definition is vague [a 12-month problem that interferes with work:
see Disability Income, 42 U.S.C. 423(d)-(1)(A), and Supplemental
Security Income, 42 U.S.C. 1382c(a)(3)(A)]; flexible, thanks to
the case; and individualistic, thanks to government
regulations. Mental, social, behavioral, and personality
disorders are included. More than 500,000 ?mentally disabled?
children on psychotropic drugs for ADHD and ODD have
incentives to bad, bizarre behavior. Children?s disability
stipends are called ?crazy money,? for crazy behavior.
Drug addiction and alcoholism are classified as diseases and
disabilities. Disability CodeDA&Ahad in 1983 only 3,000 stipend
recipients, but in 1994 exploded to 101,000. In 2003, between
250,000 and 400,000 got lump-sum grants of disability money via
SSI. When Linda Torres was arrested in Bakersfield, California,
with about $8,500 in small bills in a sack, the police originally


thought it was stolen money. It was her SSI lump sum award for her
disability: heroin addiction.
Immigrants on SSI, including legal aliens, refugees, and illegals
with fraudulent Social Security cards, numbered a mere 127,900
aliens (3.3 percent of recipients) in 1982. By 1992 the numbers
expanded to 601,430 entitled (10.9 percent of recipients). In 2003,
this figure was several million (about 25 percent of recipients).
The National Immigration Law Center (NILC) proudly
announced that it garnered for immigrants expensive cancer
treatments, prenatal care, and critical health services by means of its
litigation. Sometimes NILC worked in collaboration with lawyers
from the American Civil Liberties Union and the Mexican
American Legal Defense and Education Fund. Though the 1996
Welfare Reform Legislation reduced all welfare payments to all
recipients nationwide, NILC cleverly managed to restore to its
constituency of legal and illegal immigrants: $12 billion in
Supplemental Security Income, and more than $800 million in food
stamps. For many illegal aliens, America is land of the victim
and home of the entitled.[ This Message was edited by: empathy on 2005-12-01 13:44 ]
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« Reply #1 on: December 01, 2005, 06:08:00 PM »
In 2003 in Stockton, California, 70 percent of the 2,300 babies
born in San Joaquin General Hospital?s maternity ward were
anchor babies, and 45 percent of Stockton children under age six are
Latino (up from 30 percent in 1993). In 1994, 74,987 anchor
babies in California hospital maternity units cost $215 million and
constituted 36 percent of all Medi-Cal births. Now they account for
substantially more than half.


Illegal aliens have translators, advocates, and middlemen
supplied by immigrants? civil rights groups or by Medicaid.
MediCal in 2003 had 760,000 illegal aliens, up from 2002 when
there were 470,000. Supplemental Security Income is a nonmeans-
tested federal grant of money and food stamps. People
qualify easily. Scams, frauds, and cheats are rampant. In one clinic,
300 people diagnosed as ?mildly mentally retarded? all had the
same translator, same psychiatrist, same symptoms, and similar
stipend. Fraud is an equal-opportunity employer that flouts
America?s generosity to the feeble, the crippled, and the poor.
Illegal aliens have powerful legal facilitators who litigate and lobby
for ?Open Borders? and for welfare benefits for all who cross onto
America?s soil. Open Borders proponents imperil America?s
sovereignty by obliterating distinctions between legal immigrants
and illegal aliens, and between American citizens


When my grandfather came to America, he first kissed the
ground of New York?s Ellis Island, then he stripped naked and
coughed hard. Every legal immigrant before 1924 was examined
for infectious diseases upon arrival and tested for tuberculosis.
Anyone infected was shipped back to the old country. That was
powerful incentive for each newcomer to make heroic efforts to
appear healthy.Today, immigrants must demonstrate that they
are free of communicable diseases and drug addiction to qualify for
lawful permanent residency green cards. Illegal aliens simply cross
our borders medically unexamined, hiding in their bodies any
number of communicable diseases.
Many illegals who cross our borders have tuberculosis. That disease
had largely disappeared from America, thanks to excellent hygiene
and powerful modern drugs such as isoniazid and rifampin.
TB?s swift, deadly return now is lethal for about 60 percent of those
infected because of new Multi-Drug Resistant Tuberculosis (MDRTB).
Until recently MDR-TB was endemic to Mexico. This
M is resistant to at least two major
antitubercular drugs. OrdinaryTB usually is cured in six months with
four drugs that cost about $2,000. MDR-TB takes 24 months with
many expensive drugs that cost around $250,000,with toxic side
effects. Each illegal with MDR-TB coughs and infects 10 to 30
people, who will not show symptoms immediately. Latent disease
explodes later.
TB was virtually absent inVirginia until in 2002, when it spiked
a 17 percent increase, but Prince William County, just south of
Washington, D.C., had a much larger rise of 188 percent. Public
health officials blamed immigrants. In 2001 the Indiana School of
Medicine studied an outbreak of MDR-TB, and traced it to
Mexican illegal aliens. The Queens, New York, health department
attributed 81 percent of new TB cases in 2001 to immigrants. The
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ascribed 42 percent of
all new TB cases to ?foreign born? people who have up to eight
times higher incidence. Apparently, 66 percent of all TB cases
coming to America originate in Mexico, the Philippines, and
Vietnam. Virulent TB outbreaks afflicted schoolteachers and
children in Michigan, adults and children in Texas, and
policemen in Minnesota. Recently TB erupted in Portland, Maine,
and Del Rey Beach, Florida.


Polio was eradicated fromAmerica, but now reappears in illegal
immigrants, as do intestinal parasites. Malaria was obliterated,
but now is re-emerging inTexas. About 4,000 children under age
five annually in America develop fever, red eyes, ?strawberry
tongue,? and acute inflammation of their coronary arteries and
other blood vessels because of the infectious malady called
Kawasaki disease. Many suffer heart attacks and sudden death.
Hepatitis A, B, and C, are resurging. Asians number 4
percent of Americans, but account for more than half of Hepatitis B
cases. Why inoculate American newborns for Hepatitis B when
most infected persons areAsians?
Tough medicine could end the cataclysm in American
medicine. I suggest the acronym CRAG for four critical actions to
reclaim America?s EDs; to restore medicine?s proud scientific
excellence and profitability; and to protect Americans against
bacterial, viral, parasitic, and fungal infectious diseases that illegal
aliens carry across our borders.
Prevent illegal entry with fences,
high-tech security devices, and troops re-deployed from Germany
and South Korea. Deport illegal aliens. Homeland Security?s
Immigration and Customs Enforcement has a division of Detention
and Removal dedicated to deportation. It is hobbled by the
powerful Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR), the
Department of Justice court system that consists of the U.S.
Immigration Court (USIC) plus an appellate court, the Board of
Immigration Appeals (BIA). The equation EOIR = USIC + BIA
usually provides amnesty for the illegal alien, plus another level of
appeal against deportation in federal circuit court.
Internment and deportation are politically incorrect. But
America?s inadequate federal border enforcement permits massive
daily border penetrations that violate the integrity of our medicine
and our national security.


R
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 Rescind the citizenship of anchor babies
Aiding and abetting illegal aliens is a crime
Grant no new amnesties
.We must overturn the
misinterpretation of the Fourteenth Amendment to the U.S.
Constitution. The Constitution grants citizenship to all persons
born or naturalized in the United States and ?
.? An illegal alien mother is subject to the
jurisdiction of her country. The baby of an illegal alien mother
also is subject to that home country?s jurisdiction.
When the Fourteenth Amendment was ratified, its purpose was
to assure rights of freedom and citizenship to newly emancipated
Negro citizens. American Indians, however, were excluded from
American citizenship because of their tribal jurisdiction. Also not
subject to American jurisdiction were foreign visitors,
ambassadors, consuls, and their babies born here. For citizenship,
the person was required to submit to complete, exclusive American
jurisdiction, owing allegiance to no other nation.
Long ago the Supreme Court correctly confirmed this restricted
interpretation of citizenship in the so-called ?Slaughter-House
cases? [83 US 36 (1873)] and in [112 US 94 (1884)].
In , the phrase ?subject to its jurisdiction?
excluded from its operation ?children of ministers, consuls, and
citizens of foreign states born within the United States.? In , the
American Indian claimant was born in America, but considered not
anAmerican citizen because the law required him to be ?not merely
subject in some respect or degree to the jurisdiction of the United
States, but completely subject to their political jurisdiction and
owing them direct and immediate allegiance.? To obtain
citizenship, an American Indian had to separate from his tribe and
be accepted by the United States as a citizen. A special act of
Congress was needed to grant full citizenship to American Indians.
The CitizensAct of 1924, codified in 8USCSĀ§1401, provides that:
The following shall be nationals and citizens of the United
States at birth:
(a) a person born in the United States and subject to
the jurisdiction thereof;
(b) a person born in the United States to a member of
an Indian, Eskimo, Aleutian, or other aboriginal
tribe?.
Congress by legislation has the right to create uniform rules on
naturalization, and to create dual citizenship and similar variations
upon ?jurisdiction.? We must be vigilant against congressmen
voting to extend the list of those born here to include illegal aliens
or other lawbreakers, conferring American citizenship and its
generous social and medical benefits on babies born to criminals. It
is irrelevant that some lawbreakers are hard-working women
willing to do hard jobs for low pay, or that they are wives,
daughters, cousins, lovers, or concubines of men willing to do
America?s hard work. Gravid wombs should not guarantee free
medical care and instant infant citizenship in America. We must
reestablish the original limits on citizenship, and remove incentives
for indigent Mexicans and others to break America?s immigration
law. Proud legal immigrants applaud order, reason, and law.


 Aiding and Abetting illegal aliens is a crime . Punish it. This will
anger devotees of illegal aliens who believe that the Constitution
guarantees them civil rights that trump American administrative,
civil, and criminal laws.
. We must choose either to surrender
medicine to illegal aliens, or to fight illegal aliens. Surrender to
illegal aliens is surrender to collectivist America: land of moral
ambiguity and home of pacifist appeasement.
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« Reply #2 on: December 14, 2005, 01:39:00 AM »
Clearly, we need to secure our borders, and have documentation on anyone coming through the border.  Why is it that Arnold Schwarzenegger is the only person who will even mention this issue?
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« Reply #3 on: December 14, 2005, 12:48:00 PM »
Illegal aliens are hardly illegal because we don't enforce the laws because WE NEED THE WORKERS AND IMMIGRATION. That's right folks, it's good for this country believe it or not. Do some actual research, and take the pseudoracism somewhere else. You probably support The Duncan Hunter Wall at the border as well? :roll: They are here to work, because we give them jobs. Can't blame people for taking better care of their family, can you? Instead of villifying the brown people, why don't you ask your conservative president why he hasn't done anything?? Hmm... wonder why. Maybe because it would be bad for this country and everyone who isn't blinded by fear and racism knows it.
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« Reply #4 on: December 14, 2005, 11:57:00 PM »
Look, it doesn't matter whether you arrived here by birth or immigration. You still earn and spend and contribute to the economy, like it or not.

As for all the sweet deals, well everybody gets that. Didn't you know? White ones, black ones, ppl from other continents and from Appalachia all get those handouts if they meet the criteria. Just visit any childrens' hospital in this country to wittness the wonder of the New Deal.

If the immigrants got a better deal back home, then there they'd stay. The only way to slow down or reverse immigration is to make conditions on both sides of the border closer to equal. And that's something largely beyond our control. So I say we ditch the New Deal for the silly Ponzi scheme that it always has been and go back to being a free country. The immigrants will still come, just as they did for several hundred years before the New Deal. But the'll generate a whole lot less resentment.

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« Reply #5 on: December 15, 2005, 12:27:00 AM »
Why would anyone object to checking ID and documenting those who come through the border?   When traveling to another country, you must provide identification and go through customs.  Who objects to that??
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« Reply #6 on: December 15, 2005, 10:44:00 AM »
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"  Why would anyone object to checking ID and documenting those who come through the border?   When traveling to another country, you must provide identification and go through customs.  Who objects to that??







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nobody . illegals dont cross at the border check section. only a couple miles of san diego have a fence, the rest is WIDEEEEE open.
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« Reply #7 on: December 15, 2005, 05:45:00 PM »
Right, so whats wrong with putting up a fence, or whatever, so that those who come through the border must come through customs?
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« Reply #8 on: December 15, 2005, 09:46:00 PM »
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"Right, so whats wrong with putting up a fence, or whatever, so that those who come through the border must come through customs?"


Because they will find a way around it. (many come through in cars/trucks, hidden, right through the check) The resources needed to build and maintain it would be immense, and not solve the problem, only create violence. In order to 'solve' this issue one must strike the root.
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« Reply #9 on: December 16, 2005, 08:52:00 AM »
Anon-

So what do you suggest?  How would building a proper border create violence?
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« Reply #10 on: December 16, 2005, 10:59:00 AM »
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"Right, so whats wrong with putting up a fence, or whatever, so that those who come through the border must come through customs?"


Ask the East Germans. Or the Palastinians, for that matter.

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« Reply #11 on: December 17, 2005, 08:00:00 PM »
I'm not suggesting that a fence be made to stop, altogether, people coming in or out, such as the Germans or Palestinians, or who ever, did.  Thats totally different.  

But we should check ID at the border.  Again, why would anyone object to that?  Shouldn't foreign citizen be documented when they cross our borders?

My boyfriend is from China, and it is very, very difficult for Chinese to get a visa, even to visit!  I know a kid from Saudi Arabia who had to start his hospital program a month late, because he was waiting for his papers.  Why is our border w/ Mexico any different?  Shouldn't all be required to show id or sign a customs form or SOMETHING?
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« Reply #12 on: December 17, 2005, 09:09:00 PM »
Write your newspaper , talk radio , congressman, governor and republican and democratic parties.

Americans can stop corporations from hiring illegal aliens



All that is needed is a computerized match of names and social security numbers. The IRS is already doing this, and knows which employers are employing large numbers of illegal aliens.

But Congress won't allow the IRS to do anyting about this.

But if these employers were told this was not allowed, illegal aliens could not find work and would leave voluntarily.



Instead of sending inmates to prison , we can send
them to the fields . in california we have 150,000
plus in prison many in for drug use . we only need
15,000 to work the fields . we have gang members we
can send to the fields and that will help all
americans.

Even if 20% of the cost of food is agricultural labor
and the cost of the labor doubles, that would be a 20%
increase in the total cost, not 40%. Also, not all
labor is $6 per hour or performed by immigrants.

20% figure is too high if you mean percentage of
retail prices at the supermarket.

mechanized equipment would be used more as labor costs
increased. The higher labor costs would also force
other efficiencies in agriculture. Higher costs in
some products would reduce demand, which would also
limit the price increase.

The average family's produce bill would climb from $10
to $12, or 20% a week, or $104 a year. I'm willing to
bet the cost of providing education and health care to
the illegals and their families more than exceeds $104
per year per household.

reasoning I hear out here in CA is that the
agricultural economy would die if cheap labor wasn't
plentiful.

There have been times in our history, though, that we
were more successful in our attempts at closing the
borders and we managed ok. Other states don't have the
numbers of illegal aliens CA has and they are able to
harvest w/out them...and have lower food prices on the
whole, too.

Their argument sucks but that's their perception.
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