Our View: Another study shows state's...

Our View: Another study shows state's immigration law is bad for...

There are 6 comments on the Alabama Live story from Feb 5, 2012, titled Our View: Another study shows state's immigration law is bad for.... In it, Alabama Live reports that:

Supporters of Alabama's overreaching immigration law weren't happy to see an economic analysis by the director of the University of Alabama's Center for Business and Economic Research that found the law will hurt the state's economy.

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“United We Stand”

Since: Dec 11

Divided We Fall

#1 Feb 5, 2012
So.

I'll bet you could pump a lot of money into the state if you started manufacturing and distributing drugs world wide from GA too but I don't think Americans want money that bad.
BKH

Scottsboro, AL

#2 Feb 11, 2012
I work with the illegal hispanics and they get food stamps free health care and they shot a baby out every 9 months. They could pay for their insurance like I do but no I am working to pay my taxes to py for their food and health care, if they are going to stay and work make them pay for everything. Why should we pay for their health care when they could pay for it at work.. Even though they are married they have different last names...
Exactly

Kansas City, MO

#3 Feb 11, 2012
BKH wrote:
I work with the illegal hispanics and they get food stamps free health care and they shot a baby out every 9 months. They could pay for their insurance like I do but no I am working to pay my taxes to py for their food and health care, if they are going to stay and work make them pay for everything. Why should we pay for their health care when they could pay for it at work.. Even though they are married they have different last names...
Disgsting, isn't it?
Smitty

United States

#4 Feb 11, 2012
The ones that do pay taxes claim tons of children, even nieces and nephews, on their return as another way of ripping off the state and feds. I say audit their returns and make them pay back what they got by lying. That would be one way to help the economy by making them pay back just a fraction of what they are costing taxpayers. They have to learn one way or another that dishonesty doesn't give you "a better life," entitlements, or the right to openly break laws then protest.
Exactly

Kansas City, MO

#5 Feb 12, 2012
Smitty wrote:
The ones that do pay taxes claim tons of children, even nieces and nephews, on their return as another way of ripping off the state and feds. I say audit their returns and make them pay back what they got by lying. That would be one way to help the economy by making them pay back just a fraction of what they are costing taxpayers. They have to learn one way or another that dishonesty doesn't give you "a better life," entitlements, or the right to openly break laws then protest.
Unfortunately most are filing on stolen SS numbers and scatter like cockroaches when they think they're about to be found.

Since: Jun 11

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#6 Feb 12, 2012
Sure business loves the cheap labor of illegals. But business doesn't pay the social costs of these parasites. The taxpayers are left with the bills for free health care and free education for these invaders.

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