Apr 23, 2009

Social Security and Amnesty

Immigrants, illegal or not, 65 or older can now apply for SSI
and Medicaid and get more than a U.S. citizen born in the 1920s.
For example, a typical American born in 1924 with
a median income who worked from 1944 to 2004 receives
only $791 a month. Incredibly, the federal government provides a
single refugee with a monthly allowance of $1,890.

In addition, each immigrant can obtain $580 in social assistance for
a total of $2,470 a month. This contrasts to a single American taxpayer who,
after contributing to the growth and development of this country for 40-50
years, receives a monthly maximum of $1,012 in old-age pension and Guaranteed Income

Maybe U.S. citizens who have paid into the social security fund over a lifetime
should apply as refugees!
Does anyone have any doubt why our social security fund will
be running out of money soon?

The pro-amnesty folks in an editorial in the New York Times say this...
The bad economy will only strengthen the stiff winds of opposition that President Obama will have to fight if he is going to win the sweeping immigration overhaul he has promised. Legalization was already politically treacherous thanks to the tireless work of restrictionists who have spent years denouncing illegal immigrants as harmful to the country’s health.

Our country's health? What about the individual taxpayers? What the hell have our elected politicians been doing during the past 11 years to
us over-taxed Americans.. I think we should overhaul their pensions...when they leave office all government money should END!

Social security should immediately return to its original state.
If you didn't put nuttin in, you ain't gettin nuttin out.
The president nor any other politician should not be able to touch it!

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