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Let me be very clear, I do not in any way support Joe Wilson's outburst. We are not British! We do not yell out of emotion at the leader of our nation during a session of Congress, PERIOD!
However, his point, however ill timed, was correct. Both the All Barack Channel (ABC), and the Citizens for Barack Station (CBS) have put the Facts on the table. From the fact check desk of Jake Tapper:"Illegal Immigrants and Health Care Reform", and "Does Joe Wilson Have A Case On Health Care, Illegal Aliens?"
Both assert that although there is nothing in the health bill giving anything to illiegals, it also does not restrict what they already have. It also provides more funds to Medicaid, which pays for illiegals to go to the emergency room. Not to mention some illiegals will be taxed by the "Non-Insurance Fee".
Point and Blank, illiegals should not be allowed to conduct any business within the US. They should not be allowed to own a house, rent an apartment, open a bank account, get a license, or even buy a McDonalds hamburger. I am not against them receiving emergency medical care (For Real Emergencies Only, as par the 5th & 14th Amendments of the Constitution), but once they are well enough they should be deported.
It is not fair to U.S. citizens and especially Legal Immigrants as well as those attempting to both enter this country legally and become U.S. citizens that almost nothing is being done to solve the illiegals issue.
As Always Thanks for being involved, Many Blessings, Shane
"Standing Strong" & "Closing Ranks"
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