Does the CFAW have a good idea by educating American citizens by T.V. ads?

Do you agree something needs done about illegal aliens as long as 15 million American citizens are out of work? Is this a good way to educate people on how illegal aliens and legal immigrants are hurting the chances of Americans doing these jobs they need so desperately? Are these costs not staggering for just one state, and it is not even a southwest state? XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX Groups stress costs of immigration August 22, 2009 by Personal Liberty News Desk During the last few weeks, several immigration reform advocates have issued announcements designed to attract attention to the cost the American society is paying due to undocumented as well as legal aliens who continue to arrive in the country. The Coalition for the Future American Worker (CFAW) launched a series of TV ads which focus on the fact that although some 15 million Americans are unemployed the government continues to bring 1.5 million foreign workers a year to take American jobs. CFAW also appealed to the Obama administration to make sure all employers are using E-verify and to boost worksite enforcement of immigration laws. Meanwhile, a study released by the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) has documented the cost of illegal immigratio n in Pennsylvania. According to the report, it costs the state $660 million a year to educate – including special instruction in English – the children of illegal aliens, $50 million a year to provide healthcare for illegal aliens’ families and an estimated $17.5 million to incarcerate criminals who are undocumented foreigners. FAIR’s president Dan Stein stresses that "even as the state wrestles with a budget crisis that has brought it to the brink of being unable to pay its bills, illegal immigration is draining nearly three-quarters of a billion dollars from state coffers." _________________

Asked By: skull - 8/26/2009
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If they are using links to resources where the people can examine the records, it is a very good idea. I would point out that this explanation be provided on the lack of Government links: there are none at the General Accounting Office web site and so.. cannot be shown. State links are terrific... More
Answered By: Joel W - 8/26/2009
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Ahhh Brotha, I think you are a losser. Why dont you go a compete for the 50K and above jobs. They are tonnes of immigrants (Legal and Illegal) working in that level... Stop competing for that $6.25 an hour jobs... I would never work in those tripple DDD Jobs. That's why I am a pimp! Zuass!!!
Answered By: Masta Pimp - 8/26/2009
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