Greene megint besult ;))

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Greene megint besult ;))

Az esély legnagyob a mézesmadzag huzogatására elnökválasztás elõtt, és nem az amnesztiára. Azt elnökválasztás után szavazzák meg a képviselõk, ha az elnök azt proponálja. Ha ez megvan akkor az elnök azt vagy aláirja vagy nem. Tökfej viszont még csak szóba se meri azt hozni.

1986 amnesztia történelme !

Reagan a Szu összeomlása után, mikor másodszorra választották irta azt alá. Ez a procedura úgy ment, mint ahogy azt én fent megmagyaráztam a fenti lepedõhuzogatónak. Ez 10 év mulva $24 billio USA adóságba vezetett, nem pedig jövedelemben.

http://www.vdare.com/guzzardi/ronnie.htm

Basking in America’s triumph over Communism, Reagan backed the 1986 amnesty.

In debates leading up to IRCA, a significant minority in Congress questioned what the cost of legalizing such a large number of aliens would be. Their low levels of education, limited English ability and modest job skills presented major hurdles to economic independence.

As it developed, according to a report published by the Center for Immigration Studies and titled “Measuring the Fallout: the Cost of IRCA Amnesty after Ten Years,” the Congressional minority was correct. Local and state governments were saddled with high welfare costs.

Ironically, California—where Reagan had vigorously opposed welfare— was one of the hardest hit. Nearly 53 percent of all legalized aliens and their growing families resided in California.

Fortunately for the states, buried in the IRCA fine print was the State Legalization Impact Assistance Grants (SLIAG) program that reimbursed state and local governments for a portion of their public assistance costs.

But, SLIAG paid out only a small percentage of the financial needs of the highly dependent population. Annual federal contributions for each eligible alien under SLIAG worked out to $167 a year — about 4 percent of the cost of educating just one alien child for one year in the public school system.

Through the first ten years after IRCA, federal, state and local assistance programs paid out $102.1 billion costs for 20 different public assistance programs used. Those expenses were only partially offset by total taxes generated of $78 billion.

The ten-year net fiscal deficit for newly legalized aliens was $24 billion in direct costs alone.