Monday, November 15, 2004

Bush Is Facing Tough Choices on Immigration

Illegal immigration is an issue especially in those areas where it is large enough to break into the consciousness of the community.

The biggest problem is all the "free" stuff a community provides like schools, hospitals, and infrastructure. When the illegal immigrant population gets too large, it overwhelms the slack built into municipal sytem i.e. too many ESL students in the school system snowballs into adding more staff who become permanent employees.

On the other hand, demographic projections necessitate more young workers to pay the entitlement taxes for the elderly who will not give-up thier "right" to those taxes.

An aside, I'd still prefer this immiration "problem" to the Muslim one the Eurpoeans have.

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