How does illegal Immigration affect you negatively?
most common..... 1. If you complain about your tax dollars thats lame, the tax money the government wastes is 10 times more than what illegals " cost " us. So if you say money ( tax dollars ) let me know what your plan for stopping wasteful government spending is, because its a much bigger drain financially. 2. If someone from another country who can't speak english took your job.......you probably should've paid more attention in school. 3. Crime, More americans commit crimes in america than anyone else. So besides those common but moronic arguements what does it do to you? How does it affect your day to day life? ( and yes they are breaking the law, but that doesn't affect you directly in day to day life ) By the way, I have always lived in Dallas Texas. and it doesn't affect me. A lot of you are morons. You can't even come up with an original reason of how they negatively affect you! You use tax dollars still which is hillarious.....you don't care that the government over spends and wastes but when you put a brown face on the tax problem everybody is upset. Ricky your an idiot. What about money NASA wastes....should we get rid of NASA it sure would give us a lot more money for schools and law enforcement for everybody. and DAR that stupid gang refrence that you noted that you recently heard about on the news is nothing but a scare tactic by the media. Admit you never even heard of them unitl you saw it on Fox News......but now your scared........
Asked By: The Angry Stick Man - 6/12/2006
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It HASN'T affected ME negatively....but I can only speak for me... More
Answered By: sqwirlsgirl - 6/12/2006
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They don't affect me negatively in any way.
Answered By: PANCHA - 6/12/2006
1. So since the government waste a llot of money, we should just begin bleeding money... More
Answered By: Flash Virus - 6/12/2006
i have had nothing but positive results of the hispanic communtiy. they generally pay their rent, work everyday, take care of their children just like us. no negative way here.
Answered By: guerisky - 6/12/2006
excuse me... More
Answered By: Crystal Balls - 6/12/2006
Schools in our border states are underfunded and overcrowded. Those who come into the school unable to speak fluent English slow instruction for others on top of being more expensive to educate. Look at the test scores and ESL demographics of schools in the Los Angeles Unified School District to be found at www.... More
Answered By: DAR - 6/12/2006
You are living in a dream world. My city is now 96% hispanic. I live it every day. Trashy yards, run down autos in the front yards. I have to go several miles out of my way for groceries as the ones in my neighborhood cater to the Mexicans. The schools in my town also cater to Spanish speakers, My granddaughter... More
Answered By: sassyk - 6/12/2006
All 3 of those "moronic" arguments hold true though... More
Answered By: Ricky - 6/12/2006
you know what bothers me latinos speaking spanish around people who cant understand them. i think its rude and innapropriate learn to speak the language if you wanna stay here!!!
Answered By: Topz - 6/12/2006
your argument is seriously flawed. actually, it's a bunch of crap. illegals cost many times more money than you'd like to believe, but it's true. if we get rid of the 20 million illegals in this country, we would have instantly gotten rid of 20 million criminals. if they are so easily willing to break one law, what... More
Answered By: noillegal_mexicans - 6/12/2006
Your reasoning is bizarre -Quit denying it has no effect --that is the first step. If others would do that maybe we could proceed on to solutions.
Answered By: hadenough - 6/12/2006
nice calling people names that's a effective way to get your point across lol if our government is wasting our tax money i think that is our problem not the illegals to worry about ! i think they should worry about mexico and leave our problems to us we don't need any more of their advise. mexico on the other hand... More
Answered By: hayleylov - 6/12/2006
Did you ever hear the phrase, two wrongs don't make a right? Point 1, 2 and 3 are absurd. You can not justify an act because another is worse. That is completely illogical. Lets see, someone robbed a bank yesterday, that means it's fine for me to rob my neighbor today. Get real.
Answered By: remmo16 - 6/12/2006
It cause me high blood pressure in answering questions like yours. Illegals broke our laws, and it cause every taxpayer a fortune.
Answered By: sharpshooter - 6/12/2006
Yes, it does affect us directly in day to day life. Yes, it does affect us financially. Yes, it does prevent me from working. Yes, English should be our national language and so far has pased in Congress. I was born here, I don't need to integrate with you, it should be the other way around... More
Answered By: yars232c - 6/12/2006
It bothers me in this way: if I broke the law, I would be either fined, jailed or imprisoned. I would have a record for life... More
Answered By: sister_godzilla - 6/12/2006
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