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1166 Franklin Road SE No. 9, Marietta, GA 30067

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478 North Avenue, Athens, GA 30601

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310 Maple Street, Carrollton, GA 30117

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6135 Roswell Road Northeast, Atlanta, GA 30328

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1544 Tara Road, Jonesboro, GA 30238

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1101 E Montgomery Xrd, Savannah, GA 31406

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  • I have done a little research about receiving TANF because I am 5 months pregnant and I know I would have to at least be 7 months to be eligible for cash assistance. However, I live with the father who is not a legal citizen and he is constantly in and out of work. He is unable to gain lawful residency unless he was to pay for a lawyer. But anyways, I want to apply for this assistance because it can help me with work once I have the baby and I live where job availability is so limited. I am just worried about reporting this to an agency because I know it is required to report paternity and I think he may make me ineligible. Help??
  • who put you in this situation? was it people like me who work and pay taxes. who take care of our own and act responsibly.who sacrifice pleasures to save for the bad times. i don't know what tanf is . i don't know what food stamps look like . i don't know what a welfare check is or how to get one. why do you and your illegal boyfriend want me to give you anything ? get out and work like i and most of the country does. take responsibility for yourself.
  • So,daddy is an illegal alien? You will have to report his income and put him on child support in order to qualify for benefits. It is his child,he should be supporting it. I don't understand why people have children if they can't afford to support them.
  • www.hud.gov (housing) or the local housing authority.. department of human services.. food stamps, medicaid, cash assistance, daycare assistance for working or attending school, WIC office..free food up to age 5.. usually at DHS.. may have to ask DHS. GL
  • Your income will determine if you can get any benefits. I am a single father of two boys and I don't get any benefits and I make less then 25k.
  • Maybe try emailing or writing a letter to your local senator or representative, HELP! answer this: http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20080813181700AAErXYv
  • start with "spellcheck". tell her 2 make sure she knows where the welfare office is cause she's gonna need it.
  • homer J Afghanistan is not it? Our soldiers have reduced opium production. Over 10 years of opium does not disappear into the territory of our country. What made the U.S.? civilians killed. Opium production increased. Control? Your lyudikontrolirovat no more than 10% of Afghanistan. The rest territoiya Talib - boss.
  • this is coming from russia? your government just threw 12 people in jail for protesting about your PM. there were only 12 people there. break the law suffer the outcome georgia? it is NOT part of russia as you can wish it still was. why is russia still there? why did they issue russian passports to georgian citizens? why did they "appoint" a prez in both abkazia and s. ossetia? russia is a giant hypocrite. you have the same leader that will be re-elcted prez and the prez will be PM. talk about a dictatorship. oh yea, you tried afghanistan and failed. russia consumes 80% of the heroine production from afghanistan, your country is in ruins. vlad cant and wont do anything to help you. again you ran with your tail between your legs. nex tstep for you and your countrymen is gulags re-enstated. better get ready to live in siberia again. you have a new Beria coming to be your new "president" massive corruption, look at his 1 billion dollar house around sochi?
  • C i v i l-----D i s o b e d i e n c e-- Assault on police officers, assault on K-9 officers, assault on equine officers, Public urination and defication, public health risk. These are just some of the blanket charges. To date my agency has arrested more than 225 of these so called OWS scum. The largest majority of them were pictured and printed and released and given appearance tickets. However over 50 are still being held in our containment facilty due to NCIC issues from other jurisdictions. 9 of these people are hard core felons with some very bad rap sheets. Oakland PD had the right to take what ever measures to end this insanity. When you start throwing rocks bottles missiles your going to get your *** kicked. As you should.
  • They weren't peaceful and they were violating the law. Wanna talk about Georgia? "Want to talk about Iraq and Afghanistan? Why there have died from American bombs over one million people" Don't know where you get your news from but Pravda...isn't
  • The police have acted with admirable restraint. When protesters refuse to obey lawful orders, the police are obliged to take action. That is what citizens pay them to do!
  • If you bothered watching the video footage, you would know how utterly asinine your claim is. The OWS fleabaggers started it by throwing bottles and rocks at the police.
  • They moved into the park, even had their mail sent there. I think one couple delivered their baby there. This protest turned into a take over
  • hahaha this coming from russia? in russia questions ask you.
  • hmm, since they cant vote, how does it affect YOU?LAKE COUNTY, IL - An illegal alien from the Philippines was arrested Thursday morning on a felony complaint charging her with 17 counts related to voter fraud in Lake County. The state charges resulted from a joint investigation conducted by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) and the Lake County State's Attorneys Office. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) also provided assistance. Maria Azada, 53, of Grayslake, Ill., was arrested March 17 by ICE HSI agents and a Lake County State's Attorneys special investigator. Azada faces 17 felony counts in Lake County Circuit Court of perjury, mutilation of election materials, and tampering with voting machines in connection with illegal voting by a non-U.S. citizen. The investigation began in February 2009 when Azada admitted to a USCIS officer during an interview for an immigration benefit that she had voted in an election. It is illegal for foreign nationals to vote in national or state elections in the United States. A subsequent investigation revealed that Azada allegedly voted nine times in primary, general and consolidated elections between 2003 and 2009. According to the arrest warrant, Azada allegedly falsely claimed to be a U.S. citizen on two Illinois Voter Registration applications. http://www.thecypresstimes.com/article/N...The WIC, Women Infants and Children’, program should be renamed Women Illegals and Children. Once again we see how the welfare system is a complete failure, doing nothing to prevent fraud – and even encouraging it, in this case, and bilking taxpayers for billions every year. This despite Progressive politicians’ claims that we can’t cut a single penny, or families will “starve”. In this report, Kelly Baker, a former WIC employee (and a national hero for coming forward) from DeKalb County, GA, exposes how folks in luxury SUVs can walk into the WIC office with expired or even FOREIGN IDs and walk out thousands of dollars in WIC vouchers – and even sell them for cash down the block. Illegal aliens are bilking the welfare system while so many American citizens go without. This is a disgrace and these WIC officials should be prosecuted. Legislation should be immediately introduced to mandate citizenship ID for welfare. http://www.realfeminist.com/2011/06/12/i...
  • a fence isn't any solid in case you do not have a solid watch dogs. A digital camera can see a guy inspite of the undeniable fact that it takes actual type to truly quit the undertaking. Towers each and every a million/2 mile. A tower each and every a million/2 mile. Rubber and authentic bullets interior the weapons. 5 adult men in line with tower. A 2nd fence 20 ft tall of tripple steel. Nasty twine on appropriate. not extra illegals. Spend tens of millions, save billions
  • hmm, since they cant vote, how does it affect YOU? ur the one with the power to vote for teh candidate that u want, they cant control u like a puppet, unless ur so paranoid to the poin that u "think" that illegals are taking over ur mind lol
  • You're right, undocumented immigrants can't vote. What laws do you think aren't being enforced? Maybe we need to get rid of those laws then.
  • the press,the democrat party r aginya,sorry
  • liberals count on illegal votes. Paul- illegals vote all the time. are you really that naive?
  • My Dad is deaf and he has a cochlear implant- he's been deaf his whole life. About 2 years ago, he brought home a Chihuahua/Dachshund mix. He trained him himself, and he alerts my Dad for EVERY noise that happens in our house(doorbell, door knock, microwave, unusual sounds, ect...). I recently found out that he doesn't have to be "professionally trained" or be certified to be considered a service dog. As long as he performs the service as a service dog, he's considered a hearing impaired service dog. My Dad is always talking about how he wants to take him to public places, but he thinks he can't because he's not certified or anything. My Dad hates going places alone in fear that he won't be able to understand what's going on. Anyways, I got to reading and I read that it's a lot easier to get him on airplanes and avoid ignorant people if he has a service dog vest and a certified card. So after doing research, I found a place I can get him registered and get a card and vest for him that's not to expensive. Since Christmas is not to far away, I figured that'd make the best Christmas gift for him. I called the ADA, but they are closed due to the government shutdown and I don't know of any lawyers I could talk to about it locally. I do have a couple questions though, so if you could help me out I'd really appreciate it. I live in the USA in the state of Georgia. What do I do if my Dad takes him to a public place and he is asked to leave even after he tells the employees that he is a service dog? I know they can ask him to leave if he is aggressive/causing damage, but if there are no problems and he's asked to leave for having an animal in the store what does my Dad or I need to do? If my Dad takes him to a private business or to someone's house, are they required to let him bring him in? If he wants to take him on an airplane does he need to buy him a separate seat? He's a very small dog, he's 15 pounds and about the size of your average house cat. Can he just sit in his lap? The only places my Dad will ever fly is inside of the United States and I doubt he will ever fly to Hawaii or Alaska. He rarely ever travels somewhere he can't drive. He is up to date on all his vaccinations, but what are the ones required for him to be on a plane? What about just the ones he needs to be out in public? Cross state lines? Is there anywhere he can't take him? I know he can't take him to places such as the burning rooms inside of hospitals but is there anywhere he can't take him the general public can go? He's a sweet dog to all people so no need to worry about aggression and he walks on a leash, doesn't mind riding in the car. Will sit/stay. Won't pee all over the store. He stays right by your side when you walk him on a leash. He's not distracted easily. He catches things when you throw them at him, he knows all his basics. While my Dad is at work I've been taking him to public places that have a lot of people traffic and that allow dogs(like Tractor Supply Company, PetSmart, ect.). Is there anything else I need to be sure he knows before Christmas time? Any answers you can give me or if you can give me a good resource I really appreciate it! I've been on the ADA websites and read the federal laws about it and read through there resources but I still have a few questions about it. Thank you so much I really appreciate it!
  • Please save your money to get your Dad something really useful for Christmas. You cannot buy, purchase or barter any authentic certification for your dad's dog.No one can have any dog certified as a Service Dog by following the instructions on any website that offers to sell you a 'service dog vest' or 'service dog I.D. card' or any such nonsense. Real Service Dogs are NOT required to wear any sort of vest nor do they require an ID of any kind to identify them. Those sites are designed to defraud well meaning people like yourself out of cash by selling absolutely worthless albeit official looking merchandise that they deceptively promise will make a dog an authentic 'service dog' without having to do anything else but making the purchase. If you are on a site that is selling any such merchandise or make that kind of promise -- run don't walk away from it. Those sites are a plague on handicapped people such as your father who have true need for an assistance dog. They are also complicit in helping people who really are not disabled to fraudulently attempt to claim pets to be real Service Dogs just so they can take them any where they go and get into housing where pets are not allowed. The sites and such individuals are mutually despicable. That is not to say your father is not entitled to a Service Dog nor even that his current dog could not become recognized as an authentic Service Dog which would be covered under the special access provisions of the ADA. What you will need to do (rather than buying one of those phony vests or ID cards) is check the laws in your state to see what their requirements are for training a Service Dog. Authentic Services dogs need not have been trained by a professional, but they must meet guidelines defined by the ADA and possibly also any guidelines defined by your state. I found this information specific to your state (GA): Note under equal accommodations law that allows guide or service dog to accompany blind and deaf individuals: "The guide dog or service dog must be identified as having been trained by a school for seeing eye, hearing, service or guide dogs." Ga. Code Ann., § 30-4-2 That information came from this reliable website: http://animallaw.info/articles/State%20T...That would seem to indicate that your father's home state does believe it can require Service Dogs to be professionally trained. However there is still room to question whether or not individual States can pass into law requirements that appear to conflict with Federal Law as regards the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) The ADA website (http://www.ada.gov/service_animals_2010.... does not reference anything that requires Service Dogs must be professionally trained. Their site simply states: Service animals are defined as dogs that are individually trained to do work or perform tasks for people with disabilities. The only other advice I can give you is to contact your GA State attorney general’s office and ask for clarification. (Hopefully they will not be under any politically inflicted shutdown.) Sorry that I cannot completely clear this question up for you. I hope that at least I have provided some illumination regarding the phony 'service dog' vests and ID cards being offered on those despicable websites. Good luck in with making this happen for your Dad.
  • There is no need to pay for a "certification" or "registration". Those companies offering such as money making companies, their piece of paper is no more valuable than one you can print yourself. As a service dog, any public place or federal (and most state) property that your father would otherwise be allowed would have to allow the dog as well. If he is asked to leave, he need only present a copy of the law allowing the dog. If they decline, he may have cause to file suit. The dog would need to be in a crate or carrier that could fit under the seat while flying. The dog does not have to be allowed on private property, whether that be individuals or businesses. It is at their discretion. You have to keep in mind that other people have needs as well, perhaps severe allergies. Your father would be liable for any destruction of property and a service animal can be asked to leave if they are out of control.
  • Don't waste your money on any kind of "ID" or "certification" scam. They are ALL scams and frauds, and businesses are getting wiser in not accepting any form of "ID" when it is brought out. They know that an "ID" is not required and when someone pulls one out, they know the person is a faker. As to your questions: What do I do if my Dad takes him to a public place and he is asked to leave even after he tells the employees that he is a service dog? I know they can ask him to leave if he is aggressive/causing damage, but if there are no problems and he's asked to leave for having an animal in the store what does my Dad or I need to do? Since your father is the person with the disability, you don't do anything. If HE is asked about his dog, all he needs to do is answer the 2 legally allowed questions (Is that a service dog required because of a disability? and What task or work has it been trained to do?). After answering the questions, he goes about his business the same as anyone else. If my Dad takes him to a private business or to someones house, are they required to let him bring him in? Businesses are regulated by Title III of the ADA. They are required to make reasonable modifications to any "no-pets" policies in allowing the disabled handler of a properly trained and behaved service dog to bring their service dog into areas where the general public is allowed to be. As for someones private home, that is not covered by any law and a homeowner may legally exclude any service dog from their property. If he wants to take him on an airplane does he need to buy him a separate seat? He's a very small dog, he's 15 pounds and about the size of your average house cat. Can he just sit in his lap? The only places my Dad will ever fly is inside of the United States and I doubt he will ever fly to Hawaii or Alaska. He rarely ever travels somewhere he can't drive. The dog is allowed in the footwell of the disabled persons seating area, or in a soft-sided pet travel case. The dog must remain on the floor or in the travel case at all times while on the aircraft. The dog cannot be on a persons lap. A separate seat or ticket is not required to be purchased for a service dog. There are no additional vaccines needed for air travel, unless the destination requires them. Same for interstate travel. Is there anywhere he can't take him? I know he can't take him to places such as the burning rooms inside of hospitals but is there anywhere he can't take him the general public can go? As mentioned above, private homeowners may exclude service dogs. Other venues include but are not limited to: -Sterile rooms, such as operating rooms, some areas of emergency rooms/departments, some ICU rooms, some ambulances, some delivery rooms (on a case-by-case basis) -Clean rooms where microchips are manufactured -Places where food is prepared (though they cannot generally be excluded from dining areas where food is present) (by order of most health departments) -Open air zoological exhibits, such as open air aviaries (at the zoo's discretion) -Churches (at the church's discretion) -Native American Tribal Council Chambers (at the council's discretion) -Federal Courts (at the judge's discretion) -Jail or prison cells (at the discretion of the facility director) -Private clubs (at the club's discretion if the person is not a member of the club) For more information, you can visit http://www.servicedogcentral.org/content...
  • Have you or your dad spoken with his audiologist about obtaining a Hearing Service Dog. This is not just something that can be done on your own. Yes you can train the dog, but the certificates and vest you buy don't mean a thing when it comes to flying or renting property. These dogs are just considered pets and do not fall under the ADA rules My service dog could have been trained to pick up things I drop, and get things from low shelves for me. But I would not have been able to take him to stores with me with a prescription from a doctor. And proper training.
  • Great that you will get him a vest. W/O it its doubtful people will consider this a "service" dog. Anyone can claim their pet is a service animal when its not. I say they should be identified as such in some way visable.
  • ATLANTA — Each had crossed the border years before, smuggled across the desert by a coyote, never imagining the journey would lead to a drab and dusty clinic on the ninth floor of Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta. Some knew before the crossing that they had diabetes or lupus or high blood pressure, but it was only after they arrived that their kidneys began to fail. To survive, they needed dialysis at a cost of about $50,000 a year, which their sporadic work as housekeepers, painters and laborers could not begin to cover. And so they turned to Grady, a taxpayer-supported safety-net hospital that would provide dialysis to anyone in need, even illegal immigrants with no insurance or ability to pay. Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday morning, the 15 or so patients would settle into their recliners, four to a room, and while away the monotonous three-hour treatments by chitchatting in Spanish. That all changed on Oct. 4, when the strapped public hospital closed its outpatient dialysis clinic, leaving 51 patients — almost all illegal immigrants — in a life-or-death limbo. For Grady, which has served Atlanta’s poor for 117 years, it was an excruciating choice, a stark reflection of what happens when the country’s inadequate health care system confronts its defective immigration policy. Like other hospitals, particularly public hospitals, Grady has been left to provide costly treatments to nonpaying illegal residents who most likely could not have obtained such care in their home countries. American taxpayers and health care consumers have borne the expense. Over time, the mounting losses have compromised Grady’s charitable mission, forcing layoffs, increases in fees and the elimination of services. With limited exceptions, illegal immigrants are ineligible for public insurance programs like Medicaid and Medicare and often cannot afford private coverage. When major illness strikes, they have few options but to go to emergency rooms, which are required by federal law to treat anyone whose health is deemed in serious jeopardy. Some of the Grady dialysis patients have chosen to return to their countries, encouraged by the hospital’s offer of free airfare, cash payments, three months of paid dialysis and assistance in seeking insurance or other long-term remedies. Others are trying their luck in states where Medicaid policies may be less restrictive. But most remain in Atlanta, taking full advantage of a last-minute offer by the hospital, in response to a lawsuit, to pay for three months of dialysis at commercial clinics. They are hopeful that the reprieve will buy time for the lawsuit to progress or for private dialysis providers to take them as charity cases. “No place in Mexico would have offered dialysis for free,” he said, sitting in the spare apartment he shares with his girlfriend and their 13-year-old son. “It was better to be here. I am really grateful that this is possible in this country, because if I were in my country I would already have died” http://rds.yahoo.com/_ylt=A0geuo8.xntMkc...
  • There was not enough space to include all the other care centers. I never mentioned that there weren't any citizens who didn't pay for their care, either. But they are citizens, and taxpayers are obligated to pay for services for citizens, or didn't you know that? Also, if you read the article, it clearly states that the illegals go to the emergency rooms after they cause the closing of one care center they just move on to the next. It doesn't matter how old the article is, there are still hospitals being closed due to unpaid bills by illegal aliens. If you don't know what a supporter is, maybe you should stay in school.
  • Start with the editorial page, so thoroughly saturated in liberal theology that when it occasionally strays from that point of view the shocked yelps from the left overwhelm even the ceaseless rumble of disapproval from the right http://rds.yahoo.com/_ylt=A0oG7_bS03tMHn...Rasmussen poll:25% of libs see liberal bias/ only 17% conservative bias http://rds.yahoo.com/_ylt=A0geu15t1HtMEa...Now who was debunked?
  • "Mexican ambulance drivers are driving their hospital patients who can't pay for medical care in Mexico, to facilities in the United States. They know that the federal Emergency Medical Act mandates that U.S. hospitals with emergency-room services must treat anyone who requires care, including illegal aliens. Medical service for Americans in affected communities is being severely damaged as hospitals absorb more than $200 million in unreimbursed costs. Some emergency rooms have shut down because they cannot afford to stay open. Local tax-paying Americans are either denied medical care or have to wait in long lines for service as the illegals flood the facilities. In California, the losses are calculated to be about $79 million, with $74 million in Texas, $31 million in Arizona, and $6 million in New Mexico."1 These costs are staggering. The Cochise County, Arizona Health Department spends as much as 30 percent of its annual $9 million budget on illegal aliens.3 The Copper Queen Hospital in Bisbee, Arizona, has spent $200,000 in uncompensated services out of a net operating budget of $300,000.3 The University Medical Center in Tucson may lose as much as $10 million and the Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center, also in Tucson, has lost $1 million in the first quarter of fiscal 2002.3 As noted above, in a recent year in Colorado, the state's emergency Medicaid program paid an estimated $30 million in hospital and physician delivery costs for about 6,000 illegal immigrant mothers - average of $5,000 per baby. The Gwinnett, Georgia, Hospital System expects has established a $34 million reserve to cover its anticipated outlay for illegal aliens in 2003. Los Angeles Times columnist Ronald Brownstein wrote in his December 30, 2003 column that the 'Health-Care Storm Brewing in California Threatens to Swamp U.S... the impending Medicaid disaster is not a problem the states can handle alone; their budget shortfalls are too big.'2 "The General Accounting Office traveled to southern Arizona to study the impact of illegal immigrants on Arizona and other border state hospitals. In 2002, three hospitals located in Cochise County funded more than $1 million in uncompensated health care costs... The Florida Hospital Association surveyed 28 hospitals and found that health care for illegal aliens totaled at least $40 million in 2002."2
  • The Right-wing New York Times is your source? They don't say that! They say that they aren't eligible for Gov't Benefits. That was a really bad twist. =========================== Illegals have been banned from Gov't benefits since 1996 when Congress passed (and President Clinton signed) the welfare-reform law known as the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act. From then on, only citizens or legal immigrants, such as those with a Green Card, were eligible for federal benefits. Federal law also bars states and local governments from extending those benefits to undocumented immigrants. Benefits for the Undocumented: the Exceptions Few, narrow exceptions apply. For example, undocumented immigrants are eligible for certain emergency medical treatments. They may receive short-term disaster relief. They may be immunized against communicable diseases. They may be served at soup kitchens or seek refuge in homeless shelters. Children of undocumented immigrants may attend public schools. But those same children are not eligible for the State Children’s Health Insurance Program, which covers children of the working poor not eligible for Medicaid. Read more at Suite101: Illegal Immigrants and Benefits: Undocumented Aliens Do Not Overburden Government Programs http://americanaffairs.suite101.com/article.cfm/undocumented_assumptions#ixzz0y6Srlhgz
  • Because they can not understand why the hospitals are closing due to the fact the illegals have free medical care.
  • http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2008/04/0...They DO receive free medical care.
  • What's an illegal alien supporter? is it a new type of sports bra? This is an old article. Like Fox News, the New York Times is an Anti-Obama Propaganda Machine. They are full of lies so your little article is full of it! yeah! like illegals come over here knowing they have those illnesses. What did the writer actually go and talk to these people? How did he know? BS!!!! ================== The Latest Example of Bias Propaganda from the New York Times The New York Times has gone beyond mere bias in their reporting of the presidential race and has devolved into propaganda, or possibly more accurately, active campaigning. When the NYT displayed a lack of curiosity about anything but the most puffy pieces of fluff about Barack Obama, and decided to pursue and publish any piece of negative information they could find on John McCain or Sarah Palin, or their families, that was bias. http://wizbangblog.com/content/2008/09/2...How the Times Legitimizes Propaganda on Health Care Reform http://www.huffingtonpost.com/jonathan-w...New York Times Runs Yet Another Banking Industry Propaganda Piece http://www.nakedcapitalism.com/2010/06/n...
  • One false case doesn't include all illegals in the US. Most pay their medical bills with the money the break their backs for. But this is a great reason why we should have Immigration Reform.
  • so one program designed to give everyone free dialysis means that illegals across the country are all getting free health-care? weird... all the illegals i know go to clinics where they pay cash to receive mediocre care. if only they needed dialysis and could travel to Atlanta to receive it
  • Some illegals pay for their care, just like some American citizens. Some get their care for free, just like some American citizens. Claiming all illegals get their care for free while all American citizens pay for theirs is a bald-faced lie.
  • I just saw a question about this and I didn't see much denial of it's occurrence.
  • Do you have another source that says this? El Guapo just debunked your biased source.
  • By low cost, I take it you mean the lowest cost to purchase the property money wise as oppose to a low down payment. You would find that most properties in the mid-west and definitely in the south such as Mississippi, Georgia, Tennessee, Alabama, South and North Carolina are fertile grounds for nice properties that could be purchased for as little as $9K cash. Some need a little rehab of about $3k-$4k. the value after rehab is approximately $25-$30k with the rental being approximately $450-$500 per rental. There are bundles that are sometime owner financed where as you are able to obtain 4-5 houses for $45,000 and most currently have renters in them to include some with Section 8 renters. There are a few national free websites you might join to find these type properties. Google free property listing sites. You would be able to come up with a couple of free real estate sites. I ran across three separate properties on the same same street for $35,000 with all having renters. I am now attempting to find out if the owner will carry the mortgage note. If you think I can be of some assistance email me, my profile list my email address. I hope this has been of some benefit to you, good luck. "FIGHT ON"
  • Sadly, all states
  • Detroit is very much available.
  • Some tax payers want government to prevent welfare recipients to use taxpayer money to buy their drugs. If you apply for welfare, you have the right to spend that money on drugs, says the ACLU, but is there really anything wrong to require people who live off of other people's earnings to cut them off of public assistance if they are using that money to smoke crack and take Oxycontin and other illegal drugs? Does the ACLU only stand for the rights of people associated with liberal politics? We see N.O.W. siding with the predator and attacking the victims in the long list of women harassed by Bill Clinton. It appears satellites of the democratic party and selfish interest groups only care about rights for illegals, preferred minorities and whatever group is being exploited by democrats for political gain. Is the ACLU on the right side of this issue, demanding welfare recipients spend tax payer charity to buy crack? http://news.yahoo.com/georgia-senate-oks...
  • whoyeah- typical liberal response, repeating propaganda that welfare people take less drugs than the rest of the population. I don't have a problem with legislators taking drug tests, every Kennedy, Bill Clinton and many other hypocrites in government would get the boot. Fine with me. I recall liberals also claiming that profiling was never effective, what a giant lie, it was so incredibly effective, liberals were shamed on how high the number of their preferred minority du jour, were committing crimes. I don't advocate profiling except for Muslims but your lie that welfare people don't spend their money on drugs, liquor and lottery tickets, is a GIANT LIE.
  • the original socialist- you say drug testing does not work because you heard another liberal say that, so it becomes a fact (in your liberal mind). Welfare fraud is rampant, as are food stamps, there is a black market in the ghetto for food stamps, to indirectly trade in food stamps for liquor, cigarettes, lottery tickets and cash. After Katrina, there was tens of millions of dollars in fraud, its common for the people you exploit for political gain to commit fraud. Shut your pie hole socialist, government is not intended to take care of people, your ideology has led down the path of victim-hood.
  • First of all its unconstitutional. But having said that. I don't have a real problem with it as long as they include all people on welfare. Not just blacks and mexican. See this is where it gets tricky. Its gonna cost a lot more than its worth. But just another stab at peoples freedom. I say drug test everyone. From congress on down.
  • Who cares about the ACLU's position. While I'm sympathetic to the argument that public money should never be used for illegal activities, the proposed method is incredible ineffective. Florida's drug testing program is LOSING money. That's right. Florida spends more money to administrate the drug testing program than they save by not giving welfare to the people who fail the drug tests.
  • If welfare recipients are drug tested then the politicians that write/vote on the legislation should be drug tested.
  • So you also advise that every congressman and woman in the US Senate and in every state get tested since they get public funds too. That sounds like big government. And it has been shown that less than 1% are ever positive.
  • Since preliminary results are showing that the rate of drug use among welfare recipients is far lower than the population in general, and the cost of testing is substantial, I would think more than the ACLU would be calling for it to be discontinued.
  • If welfare recipients are able to afford drugs, then they do not need or deserve welfare benefits. This is as bad as the stupid broad who won a 1 million dollar lottery, but continued to collect her $200/month food stamps.
  • Drug testing welfare recipients is a failed idea. It doesn't surprise me that a cons like yourself supports failed ideas. Do you know what it's called when you do the same thing and expect a different result? Insanity.
  • The Congress should be drug tested.
  • If I have to take them to have the privilege of paying 1/3 of my income to them, they can take them to recieve it.
  • I have a great idea. Let's legalize the drugs, and get rid of welfare. Just destroy both arguments at one time. That way druggies aren't being discriminated against, and druggies aren't getting welfare.
  • I am so sad right now that i don't know what to do, um ok i'm 25 and i have a little girl she's 2 yrs and 2 months and i live with my husband, well we are not married but we live together, um he work here in a farm in Lexington, ky and we live in the farm so sometimes i see him around, well we got into it because i think he just likes to go out with his friends and well i don't work at the moment with this economy, well i feel like he prefers his friends than us, and that makes me soo mas cause i stay home all day and i don't go out, just if i have to run errands, but to me that's not fun, and if i would love to go out it would be out with him and my daughter, the point is that whenever he's hungry he says" what am i going to eat?" and that pisses me off because he thinks about himself he doesn't say " what are we going to eat, even though i cook home meals everyday and sick of being in the kitchen, and cleaning well we got into it because he wanted to play soccer with his friends and i know he would drink and stuff and sometimes he prefers to drink than to come home to us, and like 2 weeks ago he said he was goingto cash his check and he was goingto come home well his a** didn't come home till 2:30 am i know he is not cheating on me because his friends are blaber mouths all them dumba**es and he has a cell that i can call him at, but i think alcohol is going to ruin our family, and i'm not goingto put up with this crap, at all even though we got into it he still left us here, i mean he puts food in the table, i have internet and satellite but i don't want that i want to have him here with me with my little girl, and if i do leave him where do i go? back to my parents house? come on! please someone give me some advice i don't care if i have to move back to Georgia back with my parents as long i'm not being used as maid in the house, by the way he doesn't show me love like i would like, but i guess i have to do what's best for my child and me.
  • I feel for u truly and am here if u need to talk further just contact me... Understand this... it will NEVER.. NEVER..NEVER ever change so if u can live with this then settle in for the ride and what it is. He obviously is showing how little u both mean to him and is an abuser mentally not physically. The roles r set and he expects u to do as he says... There are local shelters & 800 #'s u can call for assistance and u can go to family court for the judge to give an official order for child support. Stand up tall, raise ur head and demand better 4 yourself u r the one who is allowing him to step all over u and tear u down... He knows exactly what he is doing and how he is treating you that's why it is important to have a solid relationship/foundation b 4 u bring a child into this world b 4 u both r ready... U will only become more resentful/bitter as time goes on there is never nothing you can do there is help out there just reach for assistance...
  • It's a new time it's not in the olden days I hate guys like that if they want dinner they can cook it some if the times if they wanna go out with friends then he should take care of ur baby girl so u can get out and hang with ur friends some times I dunno I'm an independent women and I couldn't deal with a man like that I say ditch him if u need to go back to ur mom and dads but I think u are smart enough and strong enough to get a job find a appartment or something on ur own I did this on my own just me and my baby girl we bought our first house just me and her u don't need a man it's just a plus LOL do what's right for that baby! :) Hope I helpped
  • you answered your own Q at the end, go to your parents ASAP
  • I have been on Methadone Maintainence for 30 years. When I first started in the State of Georgia it was $3.00 daily. Now it is upwards of $400 per month without insurance covering you. I did not get addicted by my own hand. I was in an auto accident and for 3 straight month's the Dr. had a Morphine drip in my vein. I came out of the hospital a Narcotics addict. Now I am in a catch 22. If I pay for the meds, I will have to be homeless because I dont get paid enough....and I HAVE TO HAVE THE MEDICINE FOR MY LIVILIHOOD. Trust me, you CAN'T "JUST SAY NO"...many have tried end anded up saying "bang, bang". Can anyone help me out of this crisis [I am using this word in the most literal sense] ? Please, if you know of a cheaper Dr. or clinic, wherever it may be in the US, please help me. I am 59 and I absolutely dont think my body can withstand a withdrawal. Thank you from deep within, Art Cohen artcohen69@yahoo.com
  • Any doctor can prescribe methadone-for pain. If they know you've had issues w/opiates though, they're highly unlikely to. Plus, if you don't have insurance, I don't know that it'd help anyway. Is there any way you can get on welfare? Welfare clinics are usually pretty crappy, at least where I'm from, but it's better than being sick. Plus, generally with clinics like that there will be a mile long waiting list. And going to detoxes or taking other routes is easier said than done-seems like many places think that bupernorphine is so great & wonderful & are going that route, but trust me, for someone like you that's been on methadone for 30 yrs, any kind of bupernorphine is going to be a painful waste of your time.I'm just throwing that in there incase anyone suggests it-trust me, you don't want to go there. It has a ceiling effect, which is why doctors love it so much, but the problem is that for those that have used opiates for long periods of time or certain amounts, it won't work in any amount.Put it this way-I don't know what your dose is, but if it takes more than about 40mg of methadone to keep you ok, bupernorphine will be a waste of time. So I think if you can't get some kind of assistance, or if you can but there's a waiting list,I'd call every clinic in your surrounding area & compare prices. In my area, no clinics take cash.They basically want welfare insurance. So many go out of state for their methadone (which where I live, going out of state means like, a 20 minute drive,no biggie).Place I go to isn't much less than yours-$87.50 per wk.(Delaware).My friend's clinic is $70 per week (Camden,NJ).Not much less than yours, & far away, but my point being that prices vary,so call every clinic you can realistically get to & compare prices. I wish you luck!
  • Private physicians and pain clinics can prescribe methadone for pain relief purposes, but I'm not sure that it would be any cheaper. You can do a medically supervised methadone detox in Georgia at a state funded program. The programs take state financed or private insurance, or they will take you on a sliding fee scale based on your income. Call 800-715-4225 for a methadone detox in your area.
  • According to an analysis from the Center for Immigration Studies, the so-called “stimulus” package will fund jobs and benefits for thousands of illegal aliens in Massachusetts. Not only does the package allow recipients to hire illegal aliens, it boosts funding for several cash-strapped public assistance programs that are frequently used by households headed by illegal workers. State legislators could easily tweak state laws to prevent this from happening. http://massachusetts.newsplatoon.com/2009/03/16/stimulus-funding-provides-jobs-and-benefits-to-illegal-aliens/
  • why is it we should be more lenient with law breakers than those that follow the law? When you enter someones home you do not tell them how to arrange it do you? No you are respectful and follow or abide by the rules of said home,so if this encourages those that are illegal to follow our laws then I,m for it PS there was a story of a young woman in Georgia her family are illegal immigrantss she broke our laws entered our schools and has done well in her studys (which I,m all for however),the problem is now she wants student funding to further her education in which she has been denied,now the fight is why not give it to her she has been here since age of nine she has earned it. really? in all the years her family had been here not once had any of them including her filed papers to become legal in my opinion she should not get the grant,she should have to file to become legal first,sorry but with all the pro bono ACLU lawyers running around I cannot think of one reason why she or her family did not.
  • You do know that deportations of illegal immigrants is UP OVER 600% since Democrats took over in 2009, right? What those 12 million illegals will do is continue to work for the same, and maybe even lower, pay and provide the exact same cheap labor to the corporate sector they did when the Republicans had power, only 600% more!
  • Head to Harry Reid's Rancho in Searchlight, Nevada. At Motel 6 Searchlight...we will leave the Search Light on for you Illegals...Se Habla Espanol
  • Liberals in california will fund them and California will turn into the USSR within a month.
  • There's at least 30 million here who refuse to speak English.
  • Head to Canada?
  • Go home like they have during this bad economy. Better question is what will we do with all that extra money?
  • There is already a trail home in Arizona.
  • Well, if they are smart they will petition a republican president to give them amnesty for votes. It worked for Ronald Reagan in 1982.
  • go back to Mexico, hopefully.
  • apparently to make sure the way was opened really wide to potential market oil price manipulation, in January 2006, the Bush Administration’s CFTC permitted the Intercontinental Exchange (ICE), the leading operator of electronic energy exchanges, to use its trading terminals in the United States for the trading of US crude oil futures on the ICE futures exchange in London – called “ICE Futures.” Despite the use by US traders of trading terminals within the United States to trade US oil, gasoline, and heating oil futures contracts, the CFTC has until today refused to assert any jurisdiction over the trading of these contracts.
  • Persons within the United States seeking to trade key US energy commodities – US crude oil, gasoline, and heating oil futures – are able to avoid all US market oversight or reporting requirements by routing their trades through the ICE Futures exchange in London instead of the NYMEX in New York. Is that not elegant? The US Government energy futures regulator, CFTC opened the way to the present unregulated and highly opaque oil futures speculation. It may just be coincidence that the present CEO of NYMEX, James Newsome, who also sits on the Dubai Exchange, is a former chairman of the US CFTC. In Washington doors revolve quite smoothly between private and public posts.
  • A glance at the price for Brent and WTI futures prices since January 2006 indicates the remarkable correlation between skyrocketing oil prices and the unregulated trade in ICE oil futures in US markets. Keep in mind that ICE Futures in London is owned and controlled by a USA company based in Atlanta Georgia. In January 2006 when the CFTC allowed the ICE Futures the gaping exception, oil prices were trading in the range of $59-60 a barrel. Today some two years later we see prices tapping $120 and trend upwards. This is not an OPEC problem, it is a US Government regulatory problem of malign neglect. By not requiring the ICE to file daily reports of large trades of energy commodities, it is not able to detect and deter price manipulation. As the Senate report noted
  • “The CFTC's ability to detect and deter energy price manipulation is suffering from critical information gaps, because traders on OTC electronic exchanges and the London ICE Futures are currently exempt from CFTC reporting requirements. Large trader reporting is also essential to analyzE the effect of speculation on energy prices.” The report added, “ICE's filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission and other evidence indicate that its over-the-counter electronic exchange performs a price discovery function -- and thereby affects US energy prices -- in the cash market for the energy commodities traded on that exchange.”
  • A McCain aide told me that the Arizona senator opposes the farm bill because it “rewards lobbyists” by granting rich farmers lucrative subsidies, although he would support “a reasonable level of assistance and risk management to farmers when they need America's help.” But the aide, who spoke on condition of anonymity, acknowledged that the presumptive Republican presidential nominee also opposes the farm bill because Gramm advised McCain that he should resist its regulatory language on the energy futures market. Democrats have dubbed that gap in energy futures regulation the “Enron loophole,” but it played a part, too, in the more recent attempt by the Amaranth Advisers hedge fund to corner the national gas market by shifting trades to the unregulated “dark markets” of the Intercontinental Exchange.
  • The “Enron loophole” also has become part of the debate over the soaring price of oil. Last week, a study sponsored by Sen. Carl Levin, D-Michigan, concluded that speculative futures markets were partly to blame for the surge in oil prices that have pushed gas at the pump toward $4 a gallon. At a May 15 news conference, Levin said the skyrocketing price of oil is “not the result of supply and demand. Speculators have taken over most of the futures market." However, the 673-page farm bill, containing the regulatory provisions on electronic energy trading, still faces obstacles amid overall concerns about the bill’s largesse to farmers at a time of rising food prices. President George W. Bush has vowed to veto the bill, although it cleared the House and Senate by margins wide enough for an override, assuming Republicans don’t rally behind Bush and McCain, their current and future standard bearers.
  • I KNEW it was bush's fault!!! I hope you don't mind if I copy and paste this to a text file and keep it. I assume that since the Senate was mentioned they are aware of this...if not they should be. Excellent research, perhaps with some hell raising and exposure something CAN be done.
  • It is obvious that all intent to control demand will generate controls for supply. They see bees and think humans can act like it. Good luck with that...
  • yes i'm tired of it, but look on the bright side, u get to work on time.
  • Ever heard of supply and demand? Demand for oil is way up around the world, but the supply can't go much higher. Because of that the equilibrium price rises. There's no foul play going on here, it's just basic economics.
  • How about getting some excersise? Don't like it, stand upt to it instead of complaining.
  • yes, prices are so high.
  • Currently doing and essay for modern studies and comparing the amount of illegal immigrants working in agricultural work compared to U.S. citizens and can't seem to find figures for the amount of U.S. Citizens. Could anyone just give me some figures of the amount of U.S. citizens working in agriculture. Thanks ;)
  • Nearly 25% of agricultural workers are estimated to be illegal while the remaining 3/4ths are US citizens or legal immigrants. Agriculture is the only sector that has long relied on illegal immigrants as temporary migrant workers. Jobs in other sectors like construction and janitorial/housekeeping are mostly done by citizens and legal immigrants. Employers in these sectors sometimes hire illegal labor as roofers or painters, paying in cash to skip on payroll taxes, which include workmen's comp to cover job-related injuries. Janitorial / housekeeping is notorious for its exploitative subcontracting. Many cleaning businesses are franchises, and the only way for owners to profit is to pay workers as little as possible, even coercing them into unpaid overtime. A couple years ago, the 4-star Hyatt Hotel in Boston fired 150 full-time housekeepers earning $15 an hour and replaced them with subcontracted workers from Georgia making $10 an hour. $15 an hour doesn't go far in a very expensive city like Boston, and it's likely that workers with children were supplementing their incomes with state and federal public assistance. Firing these workers and replacing them with even lower paid workers brought in from another state resulted in 150 new working poor residents joining the welfare rolls. Taxpayer-funded public assistance negates the "cheap labor is good for the economy" argument.
  • The US census statistics will tell you that. In a nut shell out of 139 million employes 2,100 were employed in agriculture. Of those 20% were Hispanic. 2009 statistics. The number has dropped by 360,000 since 2000.
  • None of us could find this answer- no studies are being done on this. I think corporate farming is a powerful industry that does not want us to have this answer! I can tell you they say that fewer than 2 % of Americans farm for a living today but my guess is they are talking about people who own farms ( not corporations) and that might be a high number and not accurate! The Colbert Report did a show about this and Colbert himself actually went and worked on a farm - then he even spoke before congress I believe on this issue.
  • about two percent
  • If we deported all the illegals that are currently here do you think that the economy would get better? I know it would. Here is how it would work. 1. There would be more jobs for legal citizens so there would be fewer unemployment benefits going out. This saves the state money. 2. There would be fewer people on government assistance. This saves the state money. 3. Citizens would have more money to put into the economy and this would be a huge benefit at this time. This gives the states and federal government tax money. These are sound reasons and I am sure that everyone can see this. If you cant then you are probably illegal.
  • Mik3y Just because I have an opinion that you do not agree with does not mean that I am racist. I agree that the Native Indians were here first and that they were treated terrably wrong but I was not born then and it was not my doing. I was born here and I am a LEGAL citizen. Briana- I don't belive that I said Mexicans at all. I believe I said "Illegals". And I don't care if they are here. I just want them to do it legally. Illegal means against the law. If I were to do something against the law I would be going to jail or facing a huge fine. I would not on the other hand be rewarded.
  • If 20 + million illegal aliens returned "home," the U.S. economy would return to the rule of law. Employers would hire legal American citizens at a fair living wage Everyone would pay their fair share of taxes because they wouldn't be working off the books. That would result in an additional $401 billion in IRS income taxes collected annually, and an equal amount for local state and city coffers. No more push '1' for Spanish or '2' for English. No more confusion in American schools that now must contend with over 100 languages that degrade the educational system for American kids. Our overcrowded schools would lose more than two million illegal alien kids at a cost of billions in ESL and free breakfasts and lunches. We would lose 500,000 illegal criminal alien inmates at a cost of more than $1.6 billion annually. That includes 15,000 MS-13 gang members who distribute $130 billion in drugs annually that would vacate our country. In cities like L.A., 20,000 members of the "18th Street Gang" would vanish from our nation. No more Mexican forgery gangs for ID theft from Americans! No more foreign rapists and child molesters! Losing more than 20 million people would clear up our crowded highways and gridlock. Cleaner air and less drinking and driving American deaths by illegal aliens! Over $80 billion annually wouldn't return to their home countries by cash transfers. Illegal migrants earned half that money untaxed, which further drains America's economy – which currently suffers an 11.9 trillion debt. At least 400,000 anchor babies would not be born in our country, costing us $109 billion per year per cycle. At least 86 hospitals in California, Georgia and Florida would still be operating instead of being bankrupted out of existence because illegals pay nothing via the EMTOLA Act. Americans wouldn't suffer thousands of TB and hepatitis cases rampant in our country— brought in by illegals unscreened at our borders. Our cities would see 20 million less people driving, polluting and grid locking our cities. It would also put the "progressives" on the horns of a dilemma; illegal aliens and their families cause 11 percent of our greenhouse gases. Over one million of Mexico’s poorest citizens now live inside and along our border from Brownsville, Texas to San Diego, California in what the New York Times called, “colonias” (Colonies) or new neighborhoods. Trouble is, those living areas resemble Bombay and Calcutta with grinding poverty, filth, diseases, drugs, crimes, no sanitation and worse. They live without sewage, clean water, streets, electricity, roads or any kind of sanitation. The New York Times reported them to be America’s new “Third World” inside our own country. Within 20 years, at their current growth rate, they expect 20 million residents (Born) of those colonias. By enforcing our laws, we could repatriate them back to Mexico We invite 20+ million illegal aliens to go home, fix their own countries and/or make a better life in Mexico. We invite a million people into our country legally more than all other countries combined annually. We cannot and must not allow anarchy at our borders, more anarchy within our borders and growing lawlessness at every level in our nation. It’s time to stand up for our country, our culture, our civilization and our way of life
  • If we deported all the illegals....? It would never happen. There are many reasons, the most prominent being we cannot afford it. How much manpower would it take to eradicate 3.5% of the U.S. population? Would the cost of said enterprise, if done by the U.S. government, be anywhere near the projected $285 billion(*1). Doubt it, they leave out the interest said debt would cost and the price of the new prisons and other such resources it'd require. I wish the CBO would come up with a figure. Just take the their figure add in a 100%. Then you get can get a realistic idea of the actual cost. next bit, "Illegal means against the law. If I were to do something against the law I would be going to jail or facing a huge fine.", $50-$250 is huge to a lot of people. Unlawful presence is only a criminal offense when an alien is found in the United States after having been formally removed or after departing the United States while a removal order was outstanding. INA § 276; (*2). (which is a Class B misdemeanor per 18 USC § 3559)(*3) And IC 35-46-6 Chapter 6. Glue Sniffing ... Sec. 2. A person who, with intent to cause a condition of intoxication, euphoria, excitement, exhilaration, stupefaction, or dulling of the senses, ingests or inhales the fumes of: (1) model glue; or ..., a Class B misdemeanor.(*4) If someone enters the country they are illegal, sure same as someone sniffing glue in Indiana. Oh, but neither case have they been charged with a crime. Without due process no one in this country is "illegal". By extrapolation, most if not all citizens(including myself) have "committed a criminal act", i.e. jaywalking(I see it everyday), smoking pot(about 1/3 of the US pop. has), or even sniffing glue in Indiana. A very good example would be the last three presidents have all admitted to "illegal" consumption of drugs. Are they then illegal presidents? Try using sources to back up your claims. You are dead wrong on all three "reasons" #1. Undocumented immigrants make up about %5 of the total workforce, unfortunately losing %5 of the total manpower of an economy has never been tested. But to think the gains from income tax revenue and reduction in unemployment benefits would offset the fact that most of those jobs would be outsourced or just eliminated, and thus reduce the corporate and sales tax from lost production, well damn. Your strawman begs the question. #2 There might be fewer people on government assistance, but your wrong on a technicality here. Entitlements are paid out from federal money by the state, with a small part paid by states. So the state saves the federal money. Wouldn't it be easier to just take away the entitlements from undocumented immigrants? Setting aside Tanf (still called that?) , If people paid their medical bills that would be a major boon and bring down costs of medical care for everyone. That is if the industry doesn't just pocket the extra money, which that have a right to do. From most of what I've read undocumented immigrants are the worst at not paying up. So you win, but it's a small victory since "they account for less than 2% of national medical spending"(*5) #3 for the sake of brevity http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Money_creation, but it is much more complex than that. Quod(sic?), *** hoc ergo propter hoc. Don't have time to proof read, meh Anyone have a source for your talking points? Kinda hard to reference an echo chamber I'm sure but try. Else you sound like a fool to the credulous.
  • Unfortunately this is true, I am A democrat and an Natural born American an I want the US Government to do its Job and enforce the laws on illegal immigration, If not do not enforce the laws on any thing else. this is serious and this issue may get to the supreme court. The only issue that is stronger may be Abortion. Obama will not nor can Change Abortion Laws and it seems he will not com mitt to a side on the issue of illegal immigration either. Illegal aliens donot help our country in any way. plese donot be fooled into sympathy for these people. if I broke the Law and got caught I would Go to jail. Why is there not Justice for all.
  • The answers you're getting provide the kind of support for addressing illegal immigration in a substantive way that poll after poll indicates is expected in the populace here. A few illegal immigrants' responses notwithstanding, you've got some outstanding reasons for how and why our own U.S. citizens would benefit from a serious deportation program to remove the illegals. Answers worth note and kudos go out from me to American Patriot, Monster Brain, and Carnage. While I'd be pleased to weigh in in more detail, my answer and support would sound redundant and not add significantly to what has been written for Angela or anyone interested in considering the potential ramifications and subsequent results from enforcing immigration laws. About the question over whether deportation is still possible, given the massive numbers of illegals here, please consider that there were three prior deportation actions enforced at the federal level during the past century. For those interested in more information, you can research the last successful major effort, which was undertaken by the popular former General turned President, Dwight D. Eisenhower. Early in his presidency, Operation W_e_tback was enacted and enforced, which resulted in the removal of between 1.3 and 1.5 million illegal Mexicans from the Southwest, according to government estimates. It was considered highly successful, and the former General, used to dealing with logistics of moving and deploying hundreds of thousands to more than a million men in short order overseas, was not dissuaded by the enormity of the task. He simply recognized the need and reason to move forward with returning jobs, a stable economy, and restoration of reasonable safety to citizens of the Southwest, including huge numbers of veterans who served under the General in WW II. Where one's loyalties lie often dictates the extent of resolve leaders are willing to show. The issues are strikingly similar to those recognized some 50 years ago as far as the harm and negative impact of the illegal horde, only the numbers are greater and effects of their impact more deeply draining our resources and economy. We need leaders willing to show resolve like that evidenced in Arizona's legislation, which is all about supporting and enforcing Federal immigration law already on the books. Once Texas follows, as legislators there have suggested can be expected, there is almost certain to be a domino effect. A reasonable national plan along with Federal support to remove the 20+ million illegal immigrants would be welcome and a boon to our country and economy, but in its absence, if only continued inaction is offered, the resolve is now apparent within the various states along the southern border. Free reign and the continued massive influx of illegals is coming to an end, thanks in large measure to the courage of leaders in Arizona.
  • I agree with you. Illegal is Illegal and there is no reason you should be rewarded for a crime no matter where you come from to get here. Im sure that all of the legal immigrants to the USA would like it if they go. If the Latino Community is offended remember that some of this you brought on yourselves by NOT reporting this crime in the first place. This is not profiling but doing right by the Native Americans, Legal immigrants and Native born Citizens of this country. If you have a problem with this...LEAVE!
  • What i find so amusing about this whole immigration thing is, I see that all americans have forgotten one important thing. This place we call america was not america once, no one really knows what this place was called but we know it was inhabitant by a race of people that lived here and owned it by birth rights. This place was taken away by force by illegal immigrants from another country called Europeans. My ancestors. I know my history so there for i do not live by the mistakes of them. I am not a liberal but i call it like it is. These poor people that lost their land had no one to file a complaint with during this time period, thank GOD we do have them now. What would you people do if one day the government should come and take everything away from your family, making you destitute ? Believe me they can and there will be nothing you can do about it. Would you take a job from a owner of a company that will take advantage of your situation at a disgraced wage ? I bet you damn would in order for your family to survive, I feel that when people come to another country they should do it the right way, but who in the hell does anything by the right way ? If you do not like what i have stated, so what !
  • You are right. The flood of illegals is sapping social services and costing taxpayers billions of dollars a year. This is one of the problems in Arizona, aside from the violence, crime, and drugs they bring in with them. Get rid of all the illegals and things will be just that much better for the rest of us. There is NO reason why we should be expected to absorb half the population of Mexico as illegal aliens.
  • You only think in terms of jobs americans wont do but look at these problems Overblown school budgets bankrupt hospitals less disease illegals are drain on society not a benefit no matter how u look at it. They take in 30 grand in benefits and only pay 1 grand so that is a 29 grand difference that we tax payers have to make up.
  • dont forget more room in our jails for additonal lawbreakers dont forget less children per teacher in our education systems dont forget less stress on our infrastructures---freeways and roadways dont forget the countless american lives that would be spared an early and unnecessary death dont forget about the burden lifted off our medical systems dont forget about the waaa waaaas crying "racist" all the time dont forget about how it will push the price of the illegal narcotics through the roof that the americans cant seem to get enough of dont forget the racial tensions it would ease against our american people. should I go on----
  • If the day ever came that they started deporting the illegals, I would be the happiest I've ever been in my whole life. And yes, the economy would improve dramatically.
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