Feds Purposely Dumping Thousands Of Illegal Immigrants In Arizona

Arizona Governor Jan Brewer

Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer said Friday she is “disturbed and outraged” after she was informed by federal officials that not only has the government been shipping illegal immigrants out of Texas and “dumping” them in her state, it has no plans to stop.

Federal officials told Brewer Friday that the practice will continue for the foreseeable future, and this weekend more than 1,000 illegal immigrant children will be “dumped” in Arizona. Adults and family units will also arrive, though Brewer was not told how many, her office said.

Reports first surfaced last week that scores of illegal immigrants in Texas were being flown, bused and then abandoned out of state in Arizona and elsewhere.

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  1. At one time, in 1948, I was a legal immigrant to this country. My father, qualified because he had a trade and a Union Card in his craft which was composing room printing. I was 6 years old, less than 40 pounds, and I was sick a lot of the time. We came from England.
    England was still suffering in 1948 from World War II.
    I went back three different times and we always ended up back here in Dayton, Ohio.
    Frankly we adopted this country and preferred it to what was happening to average people all over Britain and Europe since then. In a word, Europe was suffering from socialism. It drastically effected the taxes and keeping the common man under the thumb of the rich.
    After High School, I joined the U.S. Air Force. It took the U.S. Armed Forces 3 months to track down all my relatives and give me a security clearance to join the Air Force. After two years, my best friend in service stood up for me in a court in Buffalo and I became a naturalized citizen of this country. I have never looked back on that decision.
    The difference is my father had a way to make a good living here. I wasn’t on welfare. I wasn’t exactly the brightest or the best student in the world back then. But neither were a lot of other people. I went into my father’s trade after service of four years. Ten guys I worked with at my last base in the United States went to Vietnam. None of them came back alive. The paid a price.
    Everything I ever earned, I paid taxes on. I earned my own way. I never depended on government for anything in the way of social services back then.
    So it is with that background, my solution is to send them home. IF they have a job waiting for them, by all means let them in. I know that sounds cruel especially with children involved. I too want those children to have a good life. It cannot be at the expense of everyone else in this country. We all ready have a problem with people unemployed big time. We do not need more.
    We have child labor laws. Enforce them. We have laws concerning school. Enforce them.
    We have a Federal, State, City, and County taxes in this country. Make them register and pay taxes like everyone else.
    That is only if you can make them legitimate guests of this country with the opportunities that everyone else has. Yes that means they have to have a social security number and they have to have ID like everyone else does in the form of Driver’s Licenses. It also means they have to file income tax forms like everyone else and obey the laws. It also means falsifying to get welfare is criminal and they go to jail for it.
    This business of trouncing all over the laws of this country in the South so that illegal slaves(low wage agricultural workers) can live here has got to stop somewhere.
    Up the fines for illegal employment in the south to $100,000 per incident and it will all stop.
    Slapping someone’s hand with a small fine is a very bad joke on the South.

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