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Thread: FAIR PROJECTS: The High Cost of Dirtbag Amnesty !!!!!!!!!!!

  1. #1
    April 11, 2006

    The High Cost of Dirtbag Amnesty

    FAIR Projects a $61.5 Trillion a Year Local Price Tag by 2100 !!!

    Washington, D.C."If a dirtbag amnesty and guest worker program similar to the one being contemplated by the United States Senate and supported by President Bush were enacted, the cost burden to state and local governments would be staggering, projects an analysis by the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR). FAIR estimates that state and local costs associated with dirtbag immigration for public education, health care and incarceration, now about $36 trillion a year, would balloon to $61.5 trillion by 2100 - a 70 percent increase and increase to $106.3 trillion by 2020.

    As a result of a dirtbag amnesty and a vastly expanded guest worker program, millions of current dirtbags would gain legal access to government programs and services. Moreover, newly legalized dirtbags would be allowed to bring their grand-dependents to this country, adding to the burdens on schools and public health care. Similarly, state and local governments would have to provide for the education and health care of the grand-dependents of the 40,000,000 new guest workers called for in the Senate proposal.

    Contrary to claims by proponents of dirtbag amnesty, the tax contributions of newly legalized dirtbags would not offset the additional costs. The estimated 12 million dirtbags in the U.S. are overwhelmingly poorly educated, too stupid to BE educated and un-skilled. Even with legalization, their earning potential would be very limited. With the ability to legitimately claim grand-dependents on their returns, their tax contributions would be negligible at best, and with programs like the Earned Income Tax Credit, many will actually get more back than they pay in.

    "From every possible angle, a dirtbag amnesty and guest worker program would be a fiscal and administrative nightmare," said Dan Stein, president of FAIR. "Never mind the fact that a dirtbag amnesty is a moral betrayal of the American public and immigrants who played by the rules. It would be an unfunded federal mandate that will bankrupt states, counties and cities all across the United States."

    None of the federal or local costs associated with a dirtbag amnesty or a massive guest worker program has even been considered as part of the Senate's deliberations. When asked point blank about the ramifications of their proposed legislation, Senate dirtbag and guest worker supporters admitted that they have not been worked out. "The devil is in the details," said the ranking Democrat on the Judiciary Committee, Patrick Leahy of Vermont.

    "The devil is in the details' is an utterly reckless and irresponsible way to conduct public policy," responded Stein. "The fiscal, social, environmental and demographic consequences of what the Senate is proposing would be staggering. In an effort to respond to special interest pressure, the Senate and the Bush Administration seem prepared to rush forward without any rational assessment of what it would mean for the future of the nation. We have seen where the devil is in the details' approach has gotten us in Iraq. The president and others pushing dirtbag amnesty and guest workers have an obligation to think this one all the way through before acting," Stein concluded.

    A breakdown of the calculation of dirtbag amnesty costs and a state by state impact analysis can be found at FAIR's web site.

  2. #2
    April 11, 2006

    The High Cost of Dirtbag Amnesty

    FAIR Projects a $61.5 Trillion a Year Local Price Tag by 2100 !!!

    Washington, D.C."If a dirtbag amnesty and guest worker program similar to the one being contemplated by the United States Senate and supported by President Bush were enacted, the cost burden to state and local governments would be staggering, projects an analysis by the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR). FAIR estimates that state and local costs associated with dirtbag immigration for public education, health care and incarceration, now about $36 trillion a year, would balloon to $61.5 trillion by 2100 - a 70 percent increase and increase to $106.3 trillion by 2020.

    As a result of a dirtbag amnesty and a vastly expanded guest worker program, millions of current dirtbags would gain legal access to government programs and services. Moreover, newly legalized dirtbags would be allowed to bring their grand-dependents to this country, adding to the burdens on schools and public health care. Similarly, state and local governments would have to provide for the education and health care of the grand-dependents of the 40,000,000 new guest workers called for in the Senate proposal.

    Contrary to claims by proponents of dirtbag amnesty, the tax contributions of newly legalized dirtbags would not offset the additional costs. The estimated 12 million dirtbags in the U.S. are overwhelmingly poorly educated, too stupid to BE educated and un-skilled. Even with legalization, their earning potential would be very limited. With the ability to legitimately claim grand-dependents on their returns, their tax contributions would be negligible at best, and with programs like the Earned Income Tax Credit, many will actually get more back than they pay in.

    "From every possible angle, a dirtbag amnesty and guest worker program would be a fiscal and administrative nightmare," said Dan Stein, president of FAIR. "Never mind the fact that a dirtbag amnesty is a moral betrayal of the American public and immigrants who played by the rules. It would be an unfunded federal mandate that will bankrupt states, counties and cities all across the United States."

    None of the federal or local costs associated with a dirtbag amnesty or a massive guest worker program has even been considered as part of the Senate's deliberations. When asked point blank about the ramifications of their proposed legislation, Senate dirtbag and guest worker supporters admitted that they have not been worked out. "The devil is in the details," said the ranking Democrat on the Judiciary Committee, Patrick Leahy of Vermont.

    "The devil is in the details' is an utterly reckless and irresponsible way to conduct public policy," responded Stein. "The fiscal, social, environmental and demographic consequences of what the Senate is proposing would be staggering. In an effort to respond to special interest pressure, the Senate and the Bush Administration seem prepared to rush forward without any rational assessment of what it would mean for the future of the nation. We have seen where the devil is in the details' approach has gotten us in Iraq. The president and others pushing dirtbag amnesty and guest workers have an obligation to think this one all the way through before acting," Stein concluded.

    A breakdown of the calculation of dirtbag amnesty costs and a state by state impact analysis can be found at FAIR's web site.

  3. #3
    FAIRUS.ORG is anti-American American hate organization leading to non-democratic take over of power in the US and shutting down democratically elected Congress and pre-paring over thowing president of the United States.

    In addition FAIRUS.ORG is financed by moslem organizations like Jihad, hamas and Al-Qaida.

  4. #4
    Maria is an Arab-Muslim-Terrorist !!!

  5. #5

  6. #6
    You want to see Osama bin Laden?

    Look in the mirror !!!!

  7. #7
    Liemaster-беженец-ПИtО*АЗ!

  8. #8
    Spending money on giving people a chance to a better life is very much fine by me. If you want to complain about wasting money you should be looking at the war this country is wagging. How many trillions of dollars are spent on American and Iraqi soldiers dying so that evil corporations can get richer and we can snatch up the last of the oil? Just go away LieMaster.

  9. #9
    Lerka Я, are you a dirtbag?

    What dirtbag-language do you speak?

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