Still DREAMing: Bill Would Allow Undocumented Students to Receive In-State Tuition

Jan 3, 2014 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Patch.com

Jason Spencer, editor Legislation that would allow the children of undocumented immigrants to receive in-state college tuition in Virginia has once again been filed in Richmond .

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wild child

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Keep dreaming, it is almost over.you will wake up to deportations.get the hell out.waste of time and americas money.this will never happen again.you lost.now go home.
CRIMMIGRANTS

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Their "dream" is Americas nightmare!

Deport!
sheepleloveroyal ty

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Jan 29, 2014
 
The old school back smoked filled room parties of the RepubliCANTs and DemocRATs are pandering to these crimmigrant communities for their votes. I expect this from the DemocRATs but not the RepubliCANTs. Sadly the RepubliCANTS will push discounted in state tuition the most since they are desperate ones.

This is simple-any legal US citizen denied or not allowed to pay discounted in state tuition should sue these states and politicos who perpetuated these laws for discrimination. Once these states lose and have to offer up the same tuition for just about anyone they will have to beg the tax payers for more money to keep their unrealistic promises. A tax payer/voter revolt will change this in a hurry. But it is not until the legal US tax paying citizen gets the bill that this will change.
wild child

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When is the dream over bill coming.
Jorja Fox

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Seems to me the rules and regulations are in place-I like this idea-future educated citizens.
Oldglory

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Jorja Fox wrote:
Seems to me the rules and regulations are in place-I like this idea-future educated citizens.
We don't need to make citizens out of foreign lawbreakers. I object to our tax dollars going to educate them or for anything else. They have a government that is obligated to do that.
Jorja Fox

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Oldglory wrote:
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We don't need to make citizens out of foreign lawbreakers. I object to our tax dollars going to educate them or for anything else. They have a government that is obligated to do that.
We are talking about children. Many of whom may have been born here. I don't object at all-it will be tax dollars that will give us a return on our money.
Oldglory

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Jorja Fox wrote:
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We are talking about children. Many of whom may have been born here. I don't object at all-it will be tax dollars that will give us a return on our money.
So what? Since when should children be rewarded for the crimes of their parents? We don't need the added population growth and competition for jobs and resources by illegal foreigners and their anchors. They and their parents need to go home where they belong. Even if born here if they are minors they need to go with their parents. Minor children belong with their parents and if they so choose even though I don't consider them citizens they can return here when they become adults.
Jorja Fox

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Oldglory wrote:
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So what? Since when should children be rewarded for the crimes of their parents? We don't need the added population growth and competition for jobs and resources by illegal foreigners and their anchors. They and their parents need to go home where they belong. Even if born here if they are minors they need to go with their parents. Minor children belong with their parents and if they so choose even though I don't consider them citizens they can return here when they become adults.
And neither should they be punished for the crimes of their parents. How do you know their parents are committing crimes? Most pay taxes and contribute to the SS system-they are just not citizens. I will agree sometimes they do stress a localized area - that can be fixed. Again-a good investment of tax payers dollars will reap dividends. Most of these people are an asset.
Oldglory

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Jorja Fox wrote:
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And neither should they be punished for the crimes of their parents. How do you know their parents are committing crimes? Most pay taxes and contribute to the SS system-they are just not citizens. I will agree sometimes they do stress a localized area - that can be fixed. Again-a good investment of tax payers dollars will reap dividends. Most of these people are an asset.
How is it punishment to send them back to their homelands with their parents? Are you kidding me, first their parents violated our immigration laws and then many if not most are guilty of felony ID theft or tax evasion. Many of them are guilty of much more serious crimes also. Yeah, they pay taxes under a fake or stolen ID and that's ok with you? Most of them get back any income taxes they pay in the form of a refund and many times they get more back than they paid in with the Earned Income Tax Credit to the tune of billions of dollars.

How are they an asset when they drive down wages and steal jobs from Americans? Most are low wage earners that if legalized would be able to tap into our welfare coffers. We don't need the added population growth added permanently to our society either. Many of them refuse to assimilate into our country and they obviously had no respect for our laws in the first place. What does that say about their mindset? These are the kinds of people that would be an asset to our country?
Jorja Fox

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Oldglory wrote:
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How is it punishment to send them back to their homelands with their parents? Are you kidding me, first their parents violated our immigration laws and then many if not most are guilty of felony ID theft or tax evasion. Many of them are guilty of much more serious crimes also. Yeah, they pay taxes under a fake or stolen ID and that's ok with you? Most of them get back any income taxes they pay in the form of a refund and many times they get more back than they paid in with the Earned Income Tax Credit to the tune of billions of dollars.
How are they an asset when they drive down wages and steal jobs from Americans? Most are low wage earners that if legalized would be able to tap into our welfare coffers. We don't need the added population growth added permanently to our society either. Many of them refuse to assimilate into our country and they obviously had no respect for our laws in the first place. What does that say about their mindset? These are the kinds of people that would be an asset to our country?
Yes, SOME are guilty fraud. They are not the ones:

July 18, 2001, that if only half of the estimated $70 billion in lost revenue from offshore hidden assets were collected, it would pay for a Medicare prescription drug program without raising anyone's tax rates or cutting any budget item.

Two-thirds of U.S. corporations paid no federal income taxes between 1998 and 2005, according to a new report from Congress.

The study by the Government Accountability Office released Tuesday said about 68 percent of foreign companies doing business in the U.S. avoided corporate taxes over the same period... More than 38,000 foreign corporations had no tax liability in 2005 and 1.2 million U.S. companies, or 66.7 percent of them, paid no income tax, the GAO said. Combined, the companies had $2.5 trillion in sales. About 25 percent of large U.S. corporations _ those with at least $250 million in assets or $50 million in receipts _ did not pay corporate taxes.

The Tax Justice Network released a report in November 2011 that showed that in the U.S., tax evasion amounts to $337.3 billion a year.

Congress was recently unable to agree on a plan to reduce the national deficit by $1 trillion over 10 years. Over the same time period, tax evasion will cost us well over $3.3 trillion.
the IRS claims that it was able to stop $1.3 billion in potentially fraudulent returns through April 19, 2012.
1.5 million additional potentially fraudulent refunds totaling in excess of $5.2 billion that slipped through the cracks.

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These illegal aliens never dream of going back to their country and fixing their problems.

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