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    Illegal Alien Nation: The Disenfranchising Of America

    6/04/2015 06:46 PM ET

    Immigration: Two polls show that illegal aliens vote in numbers sufficient to swing U.S. elections, effectively disenfranchising millions of Americans. What is this anyway, a new privileged superclass?

    The 2013 McLaughlin poll, first reported by the Heritage Foundation's Hans von Spakovsky, coincides in findings nearly exactly with a 2014 George Mason University-Old Dominion University survey using data from the Cooperative Congressional Election Study.

    The McLaughlin poll showed 13% of non-U.S. citizens are registered to vote in the U.S. and in 2008 6.4% cast ballots. The Old Dominion-George Mason study showed that 14.8% of noncitizens were registered to vote in 2008 and 15.6% in 2010. And counting for those who said they weren't registered but actually were, the figure grew to 25%.

    So as this privileged group "won" the right to vote by brazenly taking it without consequences, the victims were the 6% or more of American citizens whose votes were canceled out as a result of these illegal ballots.

    One party benefits here ó the Democrats, who reap 80% of illegal votes. And maybe that's why this bona fide political crisis isn't being addressed.

    Democrats in fact favor dropping all pretense of rule of law and opening the vote to millions of illegal immigrants. A Rasmussen telephone survey of likely voters released May 29 shows 53% of Democrats believe illegals have a "right" to cast ballots in U.S. elections so long as they can prove they live here and pay taxes. Twenty-two percent of Republicans share this view.

    And Democrats show this in their constant showering of benefits on illegals, effectively creating a privileged class over actual U.S. citizens.

    Illegals have been advised by the IRS that they are free to claim massive tax refunds through the Earned Income Credit over the last three years even if they never filed to pay taxes. Any ordinary American who doesn't file taxes would be in world of trouble if the IRS learned of it. But illegals are a special case, getting what are effectively $3,000 subsidies per year merely by claiming to have lived and worked here. A pretty good bonus just for breaking the law.

    Democrats also control states where illegals reap taxpayer-paid benefits. California's legislature just voted to extend "free" health care to illegals and allow wealthier ones to purchase insurance on the ObamaCare exchanges, something the president said during the legislative battle to pass the bill would never happen.
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    Very discouraging, both parties have been letting it, some times encouraging it to this crescendo for 29 years. The voters have chastised many of us who try to call attention to what is being done to America. It seems that politicians involved in the major parties are assisting alens in winning this. Unfortunately. all signs show that they have no intention to help us much, or any from a whole bunch of them.
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