Question by Bestie : Illegal means “against the law,” right? What part of “illegal” don’t people understand? I’m not a racist, so don’t play that card, but I am sick of all the support of illegal aliens. They sneak in here and expect everything handed to them for free; health care, car insurance, education, etc… Why should taxpayers have to subsidize these things for criminals? And they are criminals; they are in this country illegally and therefore, they are criminals. Here in California, the govt spent over $ 700 million on health care for them last year alone. If they want to come into this country, fine, just get in line, wait your turn, and do it legally like millions of other people. There is NO WAY that all this talk of amnesty can be justified. The whole thing makes me sick. Best answer:
Answer by ctitek
Personally I was a “legal” immigrant, (now a citizen).
The problem with illegal immigrants no matter how honorable the intentions (bringing their family out of poverty in Mexico or elsewhere) is that it cheapens the US citizen as a whole.
More problems with illegal immigrants:
due to the nature of the issue (undocumented and all) it is not possible to know exactly how deep the problem is
Are some criminals in their own country?
Terrorists have an easy pathway into the country (weren’t several of the 9/11 hijackers illegal? Then received fake drivers licenses).
For no other reason we need to get a handle on this issue for the safety of our citizens.
amnesty has never been a solution, as right before the time for amnesty a flood of immigrants will make it in and thus overburdening already burdened systems.
It is a big problem and requires simple effective solutions.
Simple/effective because otherwise it will just not get done.
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