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    Cheap labor is proving to be very expensive

    Cheap labor is proving to be very expensive

    Tuesday, October 2nd, 2007
    Those who favor continuing to allow illegal aliens to flood into the U.S. regularly tout our supposed need for “cheap laborâ€
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    Yeah, I wonder how much that "head of lettuce" really
    costs us the taxpayers when you figure in welfare, food stamps, crime, disease,
    drug and human trafficking and swamped hospitals and schools.

    Good grief....maybe we should stop eating salads!

    Encourage self deportation...no jobs, no services, no problems.
    PROMOTE SELF DEPORTATION, ENFORCE OUR
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    Quote Originally Posted by Catslave
    Yeah, I wonder how much that "head of lettuce" really
    costs us the taxpayers when you figure in welfare, food stamps, crime, disease,
    drug and human trafficking and swamped hospitals and schools.

    Good grief....maybe we should stop eating salads!

    Encourage self deportation...no jobs, no services, no problems.
    We save about 10 bucks a year on ALL of the produce comsumed by ALL of our immediate family. We lose about $1,700 a year in depressed wages. You do the math. Of course, that is not even including the costs of social services explained by the article.

    Sure, cheap labor makes things very cheap............For CEO's.
    Serve Bush with his letter of resignation.

    See you at the signing!!

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    Rector’s research revealed that a household headed by an individual without a high school education, which included about two-thirds of the illegal alien population, costs U.S. taxpayers more than $32,000 in federal, state and local benefits. Granted, such a family would presumably pay some level of taxes, but the average of $9,000 a year paid in taxes by such families will result in a net tax burden or $22,449 per illegal alien household per year.
    To put these figures in proper perspective we must look at our individual tax liability. Did the full amount of your taxes last year go for the support of one illegal household? Perhaps to deliver one anchor baby?

    There's an old redneck saying here in Georgia that fits: "That's strong as potash."

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