It's exactly like this


#10

He will just say it is cause you are not illegal

Illegals have a special express line


#11

I don’t understand this whole illegal thing. Why defend having illegals?


#12

Did you ever see them waiting for sundown on the border to get into the USA to find some meager job with only the clothes on their back - I have - I would like to see fucking Lou in that position

They contribute to society and to the economy -

ICE deported 6 chicken workers the other week down the road

they hired 6 whites - 5 quit within 3 hours


#13

It’s not, man

I lived there and I saw it

I never took one cent from welfare, but I knew of many others who did

Not to mention people who would spend tens of thousands on credit cards before returning to their home country and never pay it back, obviously


#14

When I got mine in 1999, I paid 300 bucks to some guy and 300 more to another one in Newark’s DMV

He just scheduled a time, I went there, he entered a bunch of BS info in the PC and took my picture

This same guy was arrested in 2001 after 9/11

He had supplied DLs to some of the terrorists


#15

Maybe they should hire crackers with balls the next time


#16

I did not say a person could not get assistance

To fucking imply that you can get housing and 500 a month and full blown medical and dental care with ease is fucking bullshit


#17

ok, I’m not sure illegals could get housing in NJ back then, but I’m pretty sure the medical and dental was covered in most situations.

I remember many going to UMDNJ for free dental and medical care

St. James hospital, any emergency, just give a fake name and address

You couldn’t get cancer treatment or that kind of long term stuff, but the rest…

Not to mention the baby deliveries and neonatal care.


#18

Link?

It’s pretty hard to get tens of thousands worth of credit without having a good credit history, so that sounds like BS to me.


#19

But they aren’t there legally. They haven’t been vetted. They don’t pay taxes. They send money out of country which affects local economies.

Is there not a work sponsorship program they can go through?


#20

YOUR data, not mine.

"Households led by undocumented immigrants received about $85 billion a year in benefits in 2010, according to the report.

The Heritage Foundation report found that in 2010, there were about 3.44 million households headed by undocumented immigrants and on average, each household received about $24,721 in government benefits and services, such as public education, police and fire protection.

That report also takes into account expenses tied to some U.S. citizens – about 4 million children born in the United States to parents living in the country illegally."

What would $85B buy, rather than expended on illegals?

Here’s another tip. You don’t fix the problem of Americans not wanting to work by bringing in cheap labour. That exacerbates the problem.


#21

Heritage - a fucking con think tank - don’t say it is my data - it is ultra right wing insanity data - enuf said

Plenty of data stating they add to the economy


#22

Once again Lotus, you completely ignore the way things work

Anyone with a drivers license could start getting credit. I opened my first bank account with only a passport.

How many stores offer credit cards to people without checking anything about them?

The defunct COMPUSA gave me my first credit card, a $200 limit, after a while, I had 5 grand on it, since I always paid.

Like I said before, the way things works varies a lot from business from business and from state to state, but if you look…


#23

It’s the greedy credit card company’s own fault, last fucks I’d feel sorry for about getting ripped off… rlly. :stuck_out_tongue:


#24

I don’t get his point - like only illegals rip off CC companies


#25


#26

This is what I’m doing the next time I have to go… my name’s gonna be Frank Gallagher. The hospitals rip everyone off too, $10 for a tylenol, $6k a night for a room you have to share with someone… they’re charging people like they’re staying at Trumpf tower or something and have golden toilets. Thanks for the tip, so simple, never thought of it. :stuck_out_tongue:


#27

The ones from Central America were really experts at these scams, I overheard them talking during lunch many times.

Did you know it was not that hard to buy a real SS number from someone around those parts?

For $500 you could get one, and I’m talking about the card

Moms selling their kids identities

Some shady guy from Guatemala could become little Tyrese

With that you could build a whole credit life

Some people would simply have a made up SS number

You opened credit at a store

They would submit your info to those credit rating companies

All of a sudden you were in the system

People would pull your info on computers and your name was there

Bang, a $1000 credit card right there

Probably not like this anymore, but there was no crossing with other databases

It was unbelievable what you could do as an illegal


#28

ROFLMAO I took people who got hurt on the job to the hospital a couple times

One time this dude broke his leg when a bundle of plywood slid over him

Tony the contractor was the insurance and bonding and everyone working for him had to bring work related injuries to this clinic in Newark, except for life threatening stuff

Broken bones, stitches and nail pulling, Dr. Steve Joaquim

And he would have a “talk” with the guy

“We’re going to take care of you, 40 hours a week plus your medical expenses, but if you get a lawyer, you better watch your back”

La imigra no, papi.


#29

Awesome, I need to go buy an SS card off a crack head.