In one group, a particular argument is that illegals pay taxes through a fake SS#, and then wouldn't get any back from a refund that they may have been due. I say that if this happens, the amount is much, much smaller than more intangible expenses for education, health treatment, welfare, and other things that flow to illegals in whatever manner.
Also, supposedly our food costs will skyrocket if illegals no longer pick our fruit or harvest our produce for pennies. Hmmm, I bet this is not done through direct deposit and the IRS....
So, do you think that more money comes IN from illegals or more money goes out TO illegals?
Asked by Anonymous at 8:35 PM on May. 3, 2010 in Politics & Current Events
I think more goes out to them, the medical care they refuse to pay, the free educations for their children and themselves in many cases and so many other ways they end up costing the tax payers money. They take the money the make and send half of it back to Mexico for family they have left behind. The money doesn't even get spent here, so what little they actually spend in the US is not enough to make up for what they end up costing us.
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Answer by precious_bebis at 12:04 AM on May. 4, 2010
Oooh yes correct because they are so willing to give a fake ssn or stolen ssn to a gov't office to get aide. Um to get medicaid you need more then just a ssn.
Take a family of 4. Two kids in school. That is approx. $20,000 a year in benefits. If ESL classes, add $4000 more a year. Add in free lunches, and in my area, free breakfasts as well. So far, they get $25,000 in free benefits a year. If the kids qualify for Medicaid, add $200 a month per child = $29,800 in free benefits in one year. That doesn't even include the benefits they attain in government maintained highways, parks, fire department, public library, free health department checks, etc.
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