#1 Homeland Security: It’s Cheaper to Round Up & Deport Illegals Than to Allow Them to Stay by algernonpj 11.10.2013 08:34

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Homeland Security: It’s Cheaper to Round Up & Deport Illegals Than to Allow Them to Stay
Posted on October 10, 2013 by Tim Brown

This week we were told that veterans could not enter open air memorials that have already been bought and paid for by the American taxpayer during a government shutdown. At the same time, illegal aliens and supporters of amnesty were allowed to gather on the same National Mall to demand amnesty for those whose first step into this country was a violation of the law. This comes as a result of the supposed push for “immigration reform” (loosely translated, amnesty for illegals).

We have been told that we cannot afford deporting illegals and that our economy is dependent upon them, even though we have massive unemployment. I want to remind you about the Department of Homeland Security’s claim back in 2010, that for a little over $100 billion Immigration and Customs Enforcement could apprehend, detain and remove the nation’s entire illegal immigrant population.

From a 2010 report by the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR), they address the first thing government is concerned about and that is tax collections.

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“When the estimated tax collections from illegal aliens in the state are subtracted from the estimated expenditures, the result is the net fiscal burden. Compared to the federal net fiscal burden of about $19.3 billion, the collective net burden at the state and local level is about 4 times larger at about $80 billion.

It bears repeating that the estimated tax collections from illegal alien workers would not disappear if the illegal alien population were to markedly decrease as a result of restriction on access to jobs and more effective interior enforcement.

Experience with immigration enforcement at job sites with many illegal aliens on the payroll has shown that those employers do not go out of business; they find other workers. That means that the tax collections continue after the deportation of the illegal alien family. Experience also shows that when illegal workers are replaced with legal ones, wages, and consequently tax collections, tend to increase. Additionally, social assistance outlays presumably decrease as newly legally hired replacement workers become self-sufficient.”


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Fox News reported at the time, “The cost of harboring illegal immigrants in the United States is a staggering $113 billion a year — an average of $1,117 for every ‘native-headed’ household in America — according to a study conducted by the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR).”
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Peacock [Department of Homeland Security Assistant Secretary for Legislative Affairs]wrote to the senators and said:

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“Our conservative estimate suggests that ICE would require a budget of more than $135 billion to apprehend, detain and remove the nation’s entire illegal immigrant population.”


Imagine that! Rounding up and deporting all illegal aliens in the United States would pay for itself in less than a year when you consider the costs mentioned above, along with the massive fraud that takes place in the welfare and income tax system.
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http://dcclothesline.com/2013/10/10/home...als-allow-stay/

Note: The study by Fair used the completely outdated number of 11 million illegals.

#2 RE: Homeland Security: It’s Cheaper to Round Up & Deport Illegals Than to Allow Them to Stay by conservgramma 11.10.2013 10:08

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Surprise, surprise. Yet more lies (that we can't afford to deport them) told to us by our government.

They want them here for votes - end of story.

I was really struck this past week when illegal aliens were freely allowed to march and protest during the government shutdown in a supposedly 'closed' area.....but citizens in other 'closed' areas were being arrested, fined, and having their businesses shut down.

That demonstrated to me in a profound way that non-citizens have more rights now in this country than citizens do anymore. They get free healthcare unlike citizens who now have to pay out the wazoo and get taxed to death, they get to vote, and on and on it goes. Since citizenship now comes with penalties, what's the point of even having citizenship?

#3 RE: Homeland Security: It’s Cheaper to Round Up & Deport Illegals Than to Allow Them to Stay by algernonpj 11.10.2013 13:44

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@conservgramma

This is likely why those who are in a situation to do so, are becoming ex-patriots and giving up their citizenship in record numbers.

IMHO eliminating the value of citizenship in a nation is also part of the plan to replace the concept of national citizenship with citizenship in the world.

Now join hands everyone and sing 'We Are the World'.

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