Legislative referendum 121: Proposal targets undocumented aliens who receive state services
There are 4 comments on the Great Falls Tribune story from Oct 7, 2012, titled Legislative referendum 121: Proposal targets undocumented aliens who receive state services. In it, Great Falls Tribune reports that:Legislative Referendum 121 would prohibit state agencies from providing services or benefits to undocumented aliens.
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#1 Oct 7, 2012
Just get 'er done Montana!
#2 Oct 7, 2012
Duh, no brainer there.
In Texas illegal aliens are not allowed to get state benefits though they do. Mostly through their jackpot babies. The state pays the labor and delivery and then the mother is put on state Medicaid as is the child, healthy mom begets healthy child is the reasoning behind violating that law.
Mom is then set up via hospital Social Worker for a SS# and then to collect between $500.00 and $700.00 a month on welfare for the baby and is moved to the front of the public housing list as a singel mom with young child. Bypassing elderly, poor, or disabled American citizens who in some cases have been waiting on the list for years.
Mom is an illegal alien so cannot lease the place and also has no SS# but HUD allows illegal aliens reside there so long as the leasee is legal. Mom simply uses the SS# of the baby for the lease so ta da more benefits for the illegal alien. Cheap or free housing and usually all utilities are included or reduced in cost.
The baby also qualifies for free or dirt cheap day care and eventually pre k and then regular school with the free breakfast and lunch included then after school programs through the school where dinner is served plus the usual backpack program full of food every Friday.
Add in WIC services and taxpayers are on the hook for a good thousand or more each month and more if medical services are used by mom or baby. Multiply that by millions and you get a huge number.
The illegal alien has indeed hit the jackpot as soon as the baby is born here.
“Work hard at work worth doing.”
Since: Apr 11
#4 Oct 9, 2012
This is why it is imperative to finally abolish birthright citizenship or at least make it mandatory that at least one parent, applying for freebies on behalf of an American-born child, be a legal citizen. That would cut down on their dependency on our freebies. They'd have no choice but to support their own without taxpayers' aid.
Since: Feb 11
#5 Oct 9, 2012
Anything that makes sense, immigration lovers try to knock it down. Montana relizes they have a problem, they said now weed it out with .50 to 2.00 per... a day stop it if the numbers are high it's because there are a lot of illegals channeling through the pipe line like he said they know where to go and who's going to give it to them!
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