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User avatar #18 - cullenatorguy (03/01/2013) [-]
What exactly is the problem with illegal immigrants? The money they make only goes back into the economy when they spend it on food or housing, and most jobs they get are ones that no one else wants to work. If they actually are successful in life, then they probably deserve it too, and they'll end up getting a citizenship anyways. I don't understand the whole "They're taking American jobs!" bit at all. What's the difference between them and a legal citizen? Besides being citizens of course.
User avatar #53 to #18 - philliyoMLB (03/02/2013) [-]
There is a good amount of them taking government support and Welfare, which is payed for by the taxpayers, which Illegals aren't, because they don't pay taxes.
User avatar #75 to #53 - ronyx ONLINE (03/02/2013) [-]
A good portion of the illegal immigrants in the US do pay taxes, this is unknown to most people who are known to generalize **** and not to think it through. They are given an ITIN number which they use to pay their taxes. I am a public notary and been getting a ******* of work for doing taxes these past weeks.

Many will tell you "hey, they're leeches, they get welfare blah blah blah, they don't pay no taxes at all and are good for nothing", but they're only saying that to reinforce your hate towards them.
User avatar #49 to #18 - RyudenTamarashi (03/02/2013) [-]
the main problem is not all of them actual work, alot of them are on government funding, essentially the doll, then they make babies, lots of babies, they breed until they are the majority of the population, then, they use the voting rights that 'human equalitists' give to them to vote their own leaders in, and eventualy turning places like Australia into new Afghanistan or some stupid country.
User avatar #47 to #18 - phsionix (03/02/2013) [-]
Because for example, an Asian business owner will legally come over, and then only hire in his race. Most of the hire-ee's are illegals, and almost none of them speak English. Now multiply this situation a few thousand times, and you have entire districts of cities in which it's impossible to find any kind of part time work, etc (For a student, or something similar) unless you're Asian. Then the illegals take that money, and only spend it within the Asian community, or send it back home which increases inflation, etc. There isn't a lot of work in Australia, in positions like that, and every one that's locked out due to race, is potentially one less student who can't pay his bills, one less truggling single parent who can't feed their kids, etc.
#24 to #18 - anon (03/02/2013) [-]
"ILLEGAL" immigrants mule cocaine into the country, and all the money they make doesn't get taxed so it doesn't help the economy.
User avatar #23 to #18 - Ninotori (03/02/2013) [-]
Not all of them put the money back into the economy though. I've actually worked with mexicans who worked and spent just enough to live, only to send the remaining income back to their families, where in Mexico that kind of income makes them very wealthy.
e where they are ostrasized for not being like the locals.
User avatar #25 to #23 - Ninotori (03/02/2013) [-]
didn't manage to delete that whole sentence somehow.... I fail.
#22 to #18 - ipostfunny ONLINE (03/02/2013) [-]
They don't pay income taxes because there's no record of their citizenship.
#19 to #18 - captnpl ONLINE (03/02/2013) [-]
A lot of them mule cocaine in into the country in exchange for transportation.
User avatar #77 to #19 - ronyx ONLINE (03/02/2013) [-]
I wonder who is asking for that cocaine to begin with.
User avatar #21 to #19 - darman (03/02/2013) [-]
*a minority of them* mule cocaine into the country in exchange for transportation. Besides, Cocaine isn't a big issue drug when compared to others like meth which are produced inside our boarders.
User avatar #20 to #19 - cullenatorguy (03/02/2013) [-]
That has nothing to do with immigration, that's just drug trafficking. Anyone could do that. A lot of them also move in hopes of attaining a better life? Why not make it easier for them to attain citizenship to fix any problems that do exist?
User avatar #29 to #20 - mylazy (03/02/2013) [-]
Yes, I agree, we should make it easier to attain citizenship. We should not, however, allow them to stay if they came here illegally. It should not be so hard to come here legally, but people shouldn't be coming illegally either. Simple solution is to make it easier to get in legally whilist still deporting the ones that came illegally. A compromise I think should be easy to come by, but it seem no one else agrees.
User avatar #79 to #29 - ronyx ONLINE (03/02/2013) [-]
You really don't know how hard it is to come to the US illegally, specially from South America. I advise you to do some research on what are the requirements to come to the us. Basically you need to have a lot of money, need to have a bank account, and things like a car or a house on your name. This is stupid as those who need to come to the US do not have those things at all, which makes it impossible for them to come here legally. It's not as easy as going to the embassy, filling an application and TADA.
User avatar #164 to #79 - mylazy (03/02/2013) [-]
I am not sure what the difficulty of coming here illegally (though I think you may have just mistyped that in your first sentence) has to do with anything, but I do believe my words were that we should make it easier to come here legally...which kind of makes your entire argument pretty redundant.
User avatar #172 to #164 - ronyx ONLINE (03/02/2013) [-]
Yes it's a typo and yes we wouldn't have so many illegals if it were easier to come here legally. The point still stands though, it's pretty damn hard to come to the US legally and that's not even taking into consideration the yearly quota there is for X number of Mexicans that can come etc.
User avatar #175 to #172 - mylazy (03/02/2013) [-]
Once again, I have already stated that we should lessen the requirements and whatnot. Make it easier to get in. What more do you want me to say? I feel like you are trying to argue the same point I am, which seems pretty pointless.
User avatar #268 to #175 - ronyx ONLINE (03/02/2013) [-]
Stating my point for others to read actually.
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