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1/4 of welfare payments go to illegals

Discussion in 'U.S. Politics' started by Little-Acorn, Mar 16, 2010.

  1. Little-Acorn

    Little-Acorn Well-Known Member

    Jan 23, 2009
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    San Diego, CA
    This report just isn't complete without the usual chorus of leftist hysterics shouting how racist it all is.



    Report: One-fourth of welfare payments go to illegals

    From wire service reports
    Posted: 03/10/2010 07:08:55 AM PST

    Nearly one-quarter of state welfare payments and food stamps issued in Los Angeles County go to children whose parents are in the U.S. illegally, according to January figures released today.

    Supervisor Mike Antonovich offered the statistics, generated by the county's Department of Public Social Services, to help make the case for enforcing the nation's borders, establishing health care clinics on the border with Mexico and reimbursing local governments for unfunded state and federal mandates, according to his press deputy, Tony Bell.

    The numbers show that more than $50 million in CalWORKS benefits and food stamps for January went to children born in the United States whose parents are in the country without documentation. This represents approximately 23 percent of the total benefits under the state welfare and food stamp programs, Antonovich said.

    "When you add this to $350 million for public safety and nearly $500 million for health care, the total cost for illegal immigrants to county taxpayers far exceeds $1 billion a year -- not including the millions of dollars for education," Antonovich said.

    (Full text of the article can be read at the above URL)
  2. Stalin

    Stalin Well-Known Member

    Apr 4, 2008
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    Was not California originally part of Mexico and really these people are not alien ??

    Your post IS racist though I can see how you would not think this to be the case.

    Comrade Stalin

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