The Feds are now moving to dismiss some deportation cases in Texas in what some are calling ‘backdoor amnesty’.
Given this ‘get out of jail for free’ card, lets look at one example of how illegal immigrants drive up costs and how this would be completely unfair, not only to U.S. citizens who pay into the system, but also those who come to the U.S. legally.
One year ago, Carol Plato, an executive director of Martin Memorial Medical Center in Florida, gave a briefing on the specific costs and liabilities hospitals incur when they knowingly treat illegal immigrants.
Besides hearing the outrageous itemized costs that Carol lists, even more outrageous is that one of the illegal immigrants treated was deported — after racking up millions of dollars in legal fees– and is now suing the hospital.
It seems that only in America can people get away with this. If the roles were reversed and this occurred in Mexico, you better believe an American would not be getting special treatment that Mexicans aren’t entitled to. However, illegal immigrants in the United States can get treatment that law-abiding citizens don’t even receive.
Now we have a president who is suing a state for enacting tough immigration laws and an Attorney General threatening to sue anyone who doesn’t agree with the governments stance.
Since when should people who break the law take precedent over those who don’t, or even be rewarded for that matter?
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