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Illegal Immigration Problems and Public Schools, Health Care and Taxpayers

The illegal immigration problems in the United States of America have reached a tipping point. The problems this causes in our schools is preventing us from teaching our own children at the pace of information needed for them to succeed in life. It is unfair for the taxpayer to foot the bill of that which Mexico and other Third World countries failed to do. The legal immigration has shut down over 80 hospitals in California alone and in Arizona 38% of all the hardened criminals in the Arizona prison system are illegal aliens. We can no longer afford for this to go on any longer, just silly few businesspeople can exploit cheap labor.

For those that really care about the illegal aliens they should realize that exploitation of human beings is what is happening to these people when they come here. For those businesspeople who support the legal aliens they should also realize that they are increasing the crime, hurting their own children's school system and bankrupting the health-care system in the United States of America. This is something that only a traitor would do. The illegal immigration is illegal, and must not be allowed. We must be honest with ourselves as a nation to confront the illegal immigration problem head-on and we must deal with this and find a viable solution, which does not bankrupt our nation.

There can be no excuse for the incompetence of government to protect the American people from foreign invaders, as this is guaranteed that the federal government will protect the American people as per the Constitution of the United States of America. If we continue down this path the illegal immigration problem currently at 24 million people will double in the next five to 10 years. At that point it will be 15% of our population. We cannot afford the inflow of that many illegal aliens in our nation. We must take a stand now to streamline our legal immigration policies and enforce our borders otherwise we are headed down a dead end road. Consider this in 2006.

Source: www.coolimmigration.com