Most Americans Do Not Want Illegals Dumped In Their State
This is bipartisan
(Breitbart) According to a Rasmussen Reports poll, 57% of likely U.S. voters “disapprove of housing these illegal immigrants in their state” while only 29% approve. The poll found that 83% of Republicans and 62% of unaffiliated voters opposed, while 52% of Democrats approved.
The survey, which also found that 59% wanted the illegal immigrant children to be deported more quickly, was conducted on July 15-16 and has a margin of error of +/- 3 percentage points. It also found that 83% of Americans were paying attention to the illegal immigration issue “very closely.”
Of course, States and the citizens might not have any choice in the matter: The Central Government has complete control over immigration law, having taken the power to infringe on the sovereignty and 10th Amendment Rights of States over the years, hence, The Central Government can secretly send the illegal immigrant “children” to the states and not even tell the elected State officials, much less the Citizens of that State, where they are. Fortunately, it doesn’t cost much to house these “children”
(National Review) Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson shocked senators of both parties when he revealed that it costs $250 to $1,000 per day to house each of the immigrant children who have recently arrived at the border.
When Johnson reported that figure, “there was an audible gasp, a bipartisan gasp,” Senator Marco Rubio (R., Fla.) told National Review Online.
I can book a room at a nice Outer Banks hotel and have 3 nice meals per day and spend less than $250 a day. Senator McCain had some harsh words, in effect saying to put them all on planes back to their home countries. It’s interesting that Rubio and McCain, two big amnesty, er, pathway to citizenship fools, are trying to take tough stances. Their Gang Of 8 bill would have fast tracked illegals to citizenship while doing virtually nothing for border control nor to discourage more illegals from coming.
Back in 2007, as he ran for the Republican nomination for president, McCain ran into a torrent of opposition in
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