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The Jackpot Anchor Baby: Transforming America

There are 100 comments on the OfficialWire story from Feb 21, 2010, titled The Jackpot Anchor Baby: Transforming America. In it, OfficialWire reports that:

Part 1: Accelerating costs of jackpot or anchor babies on American taxpayers Every year, 400,000 pregnant women enter the United States illegally to birth their babies on American soil.

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United States

#1 Feb 21, 2010
Jackpot Anchor Baby=Powerball winners
What's wrong with this picture?
We didn't ask any of these illegal alien
border jumper to walk in and we sure as
[email protected] shouldn't have to pay for them!
martha white

Corinth, MS

#2 Feb 21, 2010
I see illegals’ children entering our schools, who, although having been born here, do not speak a word of English...their lazy mothers never bothered to learn the language of the country that is being forced to subsidize their living expenses. They are setting up a generation of “American”, I use the term loosely here, and who will have been trained in making a living off the taxpayers, and will set up future generations to do the same.

Since: Dec 07

Location hidden

#3 Feb 21, 2010
martha white wrote:
I see illegals’ children entering our schools, who, although having been born here, do not speak a word of English...their lazy mothers never bothered to learn the language of the country that is being forced to subsidize their living expenses. They are setting up a generation of “American”, I use the term loosely here, and who will have been trained in making a living off the taxpayers, and will set up future generations to do the same.
Good morning,my friend!I get angry everytime I see an elderly,or disabled American who have paid into the system their entire life, trying to eke out a living on the tiny checks our government allots them.Most have to make choices between food or medicines they so desperately need because they can't afford both.I will watch the illegals dressed in nice clothes with 6 screaming anchors hanging off their skirttail with 2 buggyloads of food paid for with foodstamps,and pay for the non food items with a huge roll of cash they pull out of their coach purses.They load their groceries into a 40,000.00 SUV and drive off to their warm safe section 8 housing while there are Americans with their children homeless on the streets because they lost their jobs and their homes due to foreclosure.This year there was no raise (which does not amount to much money at all) on the elderly or disabled Americans checks due to the economy,but the government has not cut a dime of the illegals anchor money.What is wrong with this picture?
There is a storm brewing among the American citizens.The arrogance,refusal to assimilate,and sense of entitlement the illegals display are only feeding the fire.I see civil unrest increasing among the American people everyday.This country is headed down the path of socialism.
Have a good day,my friend,and God Bless America.
Mexican

Walnut Grove, CA

#4 Feb 21, 2010
Our children are 100% legal American citizens! Until you change your damn law, just STFU.

Since: Dec 07

Location hidden

#5 Feb 21, 2010
CBS) It was 5 a.m. and CBS News national correspondent Byron Pitts is with a woman who is nine months pregnant. She's rushed to a south Texas hospital to undergo a C-section - a $4,700 medical procedure that won't cost her a dime. She qualifies for emergency Medicaid.

She gave birth to a healthy, 8 1/2 pound baby boy - born in America. His Mexican mother gave him an American name: Eliot.

Eliot is one of an estimated 300,000 children of illegal immigrants born in the United States every year, according to the Pew Hispanic Center. They're given instant citizenship because they are born on U.S. soil, which makes it easier for their parents to become U.S. citizens.

That's because those babies can eventually sponsor their parents - when they turn 21 years old.

As for Eliot's mother, no longer as fearful of deportation, she told CBS News her name, Fabiola, and her story.

"So your son is an American citizen. What does that mean to you?" Pitts asked.

"I am very glad that he was born. That's why I came here - so my children, my husband and I could have a better life," she said through a translator.

Back in December, when she was six months pregnant, Fabiola, her husband and their two daughters - ages 4 and 11 - crossed the Rio Grande from Mexico into the U.S.

Once on the other side of the river they walked for two hours in search of a better life and free medical care for their unborn child.

"Do many women in Mexico make the choice to have their children in the United States?" Pitts asked.

"Yes," she said through a translator. "I know people who have done that. Things are much better here in the U.S. because they help children so much more."

It's a "better" life ... that American taxpayers help pay for.

Take healthcare for example -- an estimated $1.1 billion per year for undocumented men, women and children, according to the Rand Corporation.

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http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2008/04/07/eve...

“starting to wake up”

Since: Apr 09

brookhaven ny

#6 Feb 21, 2010
stem cell anyone /
martha white

Corinth, MS

#7 Feb 21, 2010
Mexican wrote:
Our children are 100% legal American citizens! Until you change your damn law, just STFU.
I'd like to see you try to make me shut up...the law is misinterpreted, and in the end, it WILL be amended to disallow this travesty to continue...I would love it if it were set to be retroactive as well...that would surely get your panties in a wad, wouldn't it?
martha white

Corinth, MS

#8 Feb 21, 2010
Proud American2 wrote:
<quoted text>Good morning,my friend!I get angry everytime I see an elderly,or disabled American who have paid into the system their entire life, trying to eke out a living on the tiny checks our government allots them.Most have to make choices between food or medicines they so desperately need because they can't afford both.I will watch the illegals dressed in nice clothes with 6 screaming anchors hanging off their skirttail with 2 buggyloads of food paid for with foodstamps,and pay for the non food items with a huge roll of cash they pull out of their coach purses.They load their groceries into a 40,000.00 SUV and drive off to their warm safe section 8 housing while there are Americans with their children homeless on the streets because they lost their jobs and their homes due to foreclosure.This year there was no raise (which does not amount to much money at all) on the elderly or disabled Americans checks due to the economy,but the government has not cut a dime of the illegals anchor money.What is wrong with this picture?
There is a storm brewing among the American citizens.The arrogance,refusal to assimilate,and sense of entitlement the illegals display are only feeding the fire.I see civil unrest increasing among the American people everyday.This country is headed down the path of socialism.
Have a good day,my friend,and God Bless America.
Good day to you, dear friend...It's always good to see you posting. I hope you are feeling better these days. Keep up the fight...it will pay off one day soon!
LOL

United States

#9 Feb 21, 2010
Mexican wrote:
Our children are 100% legal American citizens! Until you change your damn law, just STFU.
Awe are you have another bad day, so early in ght morning? La Raza really needs to give you some fresh ammo! lmao
Mexican

Walnut Grove, CA

#10 Feb 21, 2010
martha white wrote:
<quoted text>
I'd like to see you try to make me shut up...the law is misinterpreted, and in the end, it WILL be amended to disallow this travesty to continue...I would love it if it were set to be retroactive as well...that would surely get your panties in a wad, wouldn't it?
Don't hold your breath anglo, that law will never be changed! Too many politicians want our Hispanic vote.
Mexican

Walnut Grove, CA

#11 Feb 21, 2010
Proud American2 wrote:
CBS) It was 5 a.m. and CBS News national correspondent Byron Pitts is with a woman who is nine months pregnant. She's rushed to a south Texas hospital to undergo a C-section - a $4,700 medical procedure that won't cost her a dime. She qualifies for emergency Medicaid.
She gave birth to a healthy, 8 1/2 pound baby boy - born in America. His Mexican mother gave him an American name: Eliot.
Eliot is one of an estimated 300,000 children of illegal immigrants born in the United States every year, according to the Pew Hispanic Center. They're given instant citizenship because they are born on U.S. soil, which makes it easier for their parents to become U.S. citizens.
That's because those babies can eventually sponsor their parents - when they turn 21 years old.
As for Eliot's mother, no longer as fearful of deportation, she told CBS News her name, Fabiola, and her story.
"So your son is an American citizen. What does that mean to you?" Pitts asked.
"I am very glad that he was born. That's why I came here - so my children, my husband and I could have a better life," she said through a translator.
Back in December, when she was six months pregnant, Fabiola, her husband and their two daughters - ages 4 and 11 - crossed the Rio Grande from Mexico into the U.S.
Once on the other side of the river they walked for two hours in search of a better life and free medical care for their unborn child.
"Do many women in Mexico make the choice to have their children in the United States?" Pitts asked.
"Yes," she said through a translator. "I know people who have done that. Things are much better here in the U.S. because they help children so much more."
It's a "better" life ... that American taxpayers help pay for.
Take healthcare for example -- an estimated $1.1 billion per year for undocumented men, women and children, according to the Rand Corporation.
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http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2008/04/07/eve...
Idiots! You leave the doors open, motor running, and keys in the ignition on your new Escalade, and you actually think no one will take it!
LOL

United States

#12 Feb 21, 2010
Mexican wrote:
<quoted text> Don't hold your breath anglo, that law will never be changed! Too many politicians want our Hispanic vote.
Really? You're the minority, they're much to worried about the Independents like me! Your 13% is of no importance at all! lol
Mexican

Walnut Grove, CA

#13 Feb 21, 2010
LOL wrote:
<quoted text> Really? You're the minority, they're much to worried about the Independents like me! Your 13% is of no importance at all! lol
The Democrats are only interested in themselves, and we are their sure think ticket for the future!

Since: May 08

Jupiter, FL

#14 Feb 21, 2010
If you all would spend a little more time thinking about how it is that we have encouraged and allowed illegal immigration in this country over the past 20 years and who wanted these folks to work in their fields and factories (American citizens who knew full well they were breaking the law by hiring them) you might direct you anger at where it belongs.
The average American citizen has experienced job loss, deteriorating real wages, home loss, increased costs for health insurance and banking, etc for the past 10 years. At the same time, the "owners" of the plantation we all work on have been getting obscenely rich. You do understand that the 400 richest in the country earn an average of $345,000,000/year -- every year and that the top 1% control 75% of the wealth in this country.
These are the same folks that promoted and supported illegal immigration because it would help make them richer. They need the housekeepers, landscapers, construction workers, factory workers.
Blaming the people who have simply been trying to find a way to support their families while we have had the blood sucked from our economy by those at the top is silly. It is like kicking the dog because your older brother best you up.
Be angry - but don't waste it on the wrong villains.
martha white

Corinth, MS

#15 Feb 21, 2010
Mexican wrote:
<quoted text> The Democrats are only interested in themselves, and we are their sure think ticket for the future!
That might be true if you had an IQ above 87...think...how do you "think" when you are constantly in a state of inebriation? The only thing you worry about is keeping your fridge fully supplied with your cheap beer. People like you give yourselves far too much credit. By the way, you have to be able to read a ballot in order to be able to vote...
martha white

Corinth, MS

#16 Feb 21, 2010
Mexican wrote:
<quoted text> Don't hold your breath anglo, that law will never be changed! Too many politicians want our Hispanic vote.
Keep on thinking that, we WILL pull the rug right out from under your miniscule feet.
Mexican

Walnut Grove, CA

#19 Feb 21, 2010
martha white wrote:
<quoted text>
That might be true if you had an IQ above 87...think...how do you "think" when you are constantly in a state of inebriation? The only thing you worry about is keeping your fridge fully supplied with your cheap beer. People like you give yourselves far too much credit. By the way, you have to be able to read a ballot in order to be able to vote...
Stuff it with all your racist BS. You actually call us stupid, yet you are the idiots who are supporting us!! LOL!!
Mexican

Walnut Grove, CA

#20 Feb 21, 2010
martha white wrote:
<quoted text>
Keep on thinking that, we WILL pull the rug right out from under your miniscule feet.
You are all to fat, lazy and out of shape to even lift a damn rug! LOL!!
g moser

Kissimmee, FL

#21 Feb 21, 2010
If we do not want to change, nasty things will happen. Here are just two possible outcomes. Benefits will be cut and the police state will rise to quell the disturbances. Inner cities will be cardoned off like the ghettos they are. There will be checkpoints getting in and getting out. Another option is dumping a part of the country or two as bad cancerous appendages. Taking the money with us of course. Building border fences around that leave no doubt it will not be healthy to enter the newer United States. If someone is racist I can not blame anybody being offended. But if most of the problem is from breeding and getting "paid", then the focal point of enemy and hate are the ones who accuse others of being the aggressor. We can all live well. But true changes must be made that has reduced stealing, corruption, graft and the rest big time.
martha white

Corinth, MS

#22 Feb 21, 2010
Mexican wrote:
<quoted text> You are all to fat, lazy and out of shape to even lift a damn rug! LOL!!
LOL...if we had a competition, you'd peter out long before most of us truly hard-working Americans. Don't trash the hand that feeds the multitudes...we just might bite, and a ferocious bite it would be. By the way, we just got our vegetable garden ready for the impending spring planting. Many more are doing just that...we don't need vegetables picked by people who have diseases that were once eradicated here.

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