hope they dont check up on your membership to the democrat party for those offenses haha.
I was born and raised in California, but have not lived here since 1970. Just back now spending 3 mos in So Calif for medical treatment as a few of you know now. It is amaizing the noticable changes in the demongraphics while I've been absent. Southern Cal is over run with Mexicans. Border patrol is out in force along the borders of Cal and AZ. While I am sure that a great many of the Mexicans are hard working and legal, paying taes, etc, I' m also sure that a lot are illegals. As a demo, I also do not like the statistics cited refering to the expenses of us tax payers having to support all the illegals. Hope we can do something about it soon. Bud
My wife of 36 years is from Mexico (came legally 38 years ago) and is now a 'Nationalized Citizen'. I am fluent in Spanish and watch most of my news on the Spanish speaking stations. Her sister and brother-in-law (who we rarely speak to) had 19 children, (21 pregnancies)....of those 19 children, 16 are currently living in the US (entering illegally). All but three of those 16 are on social programs of one type or another. One of the three in Mexico is only there because he is wanted for murder in L.A. Now here is the real kicker....two years ago, somehow, one of the 'sister-in-law's' children was able to get both of her parents on Social Security and Medicaid. Keep in mind that they had never set foot in the US in their life and they now receive $700.00 a month for life EACH!!! They come to the US once every six months to maintain some sort of legal status and receive medical care. You pay for this and I'm positive that this is not an unusual case.