February 2, 2011, - 4:47 pm
Illegal alien and open borders advocates are trying to make you think the borders aren’t a problem because less illegal aliens allegedly were in Colorado, Florida, New York, and Virginia in 2010, due to the poor economy. But the total number of illegal aliens–11.2 million, according to the estimate below (and 20 million plus according to those in the know)–remains the same. And–worse–the number of anchor babies born in the U.S. isn’t dropping. It’s holding steady. Not a good thing. Can America really afford to support this many anchor babies, not to mention their ObamaCare? And keep in mind these numbers are from the very liberal Pew Hispanic Center, meaning the numbers are probably a very conservative estimate.
Illegal Aliens Say, “Shukran,” and “Muchas Gracias” for Letting Their Babies Get US Citizenship
The number of illegal immigrants living in Colorado, Florida, New York and Virginia dropped in 2010, while the total number of 11.2 million immigrants in the country remained roughly the same as the year before, according to a report released Tuesday . . . .by the Pew Hispanic Center. . . .
Among the report’s other findings:
•350,000 babies were born in the U.S. in 2010 to at least one illegal immigrant parent, similar to the total for the previous year.
•Of the parents of babies born in 2010, 61% arrived in the U.S. before 2004, 30% arrived from 2004 to 2007, and 9% arrived in the U.S. in 2008 or later. . . .
The Pew Hispanic Center report was based on data from the Census Bureau and the Bureau of Labor Statistics, and the center analyzed demographic characteristics of the illegal-immigrant population. The report covered a period from March 2009 to March 2010.
Remember when I told you a couple of weeks ago about the hundreds of millions taxpayers paid for welfare benefits for anchor babies, just in Los Angeles County?
Multiply that times infinity for what you pay for all of these kids nationwide and will continue to pay as their numbers continue to incrase with several hundred thousand births a year.
The anchor baby birth rate doesn’t seem to matter to Americans. But it should. This doesn’t just include Hispanic anchor babies, but plenty of Muslim ones, whose parents don’t exactly teach them moderation or love for America and its Christians and Jews.
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