A sickening glimpse of the underside of Third-World immigrant America
Chuck Ross writes:
Think of how much money could have been saved if this one illegal, the Sofitel maid, had not entered the country. She is a superfluous orphan. This country did not have to accept her but did so out of some sort of mangled benevolent humanism. Look at what it brings us. First, she occupies a job—a service job, but a job nonetheless—in a high profile hotel. She occupies subsidized housing. She sucks money from our tax coffers by claiming child dependents that aren’t hers and concealing the income she receives from her criminal friends. And if her charge against DSK is found to be fraudulent, she wasted probably millions of dollars and hundreds of man hours by shifting resources towards the investigation of her case. She is a net drain on this country; her daughter would have been a net drain even without this case. Extrapolate these unmeasured costs to the entire African community, West Indians, and Mexicans/Mesoamericans across the country.LA replies:
Her case provides a sickening glimpse into a world we can hardly imagine, a vast network of government benefits of all kinds, obtained illegally and improperly, by strangers from the other side of the world who come here and become expert at gaming a system that seems designed expressly for their specific talents.Paul K. writes:
You wrote, “Anyone remember the sainted Amadou Diallo … “LA replies:
Her name is also given at Big Peace.
Posted by Lawrence Auster at July 02, 2011 06:15 PM | Send