[Note: Transcript of several images from a PowerPoint presentation, there's a lot of it, giving just the best]
Today in class, my group & I presented a project based on Immigration Reform (the only conservative presentation) After we were done, half of the class were screaming and yelling at us, calling us racist, infactual (even though we had cited sources), etc (screenshots to follow)
We are not in the process of repealing the 14th amendment or taking away anyone's citizenship.
But it is a duty for Congress to clarify the extent of birthright citizenship. It needs to be a clear and meaningful policy concerning immigration, naturalization, and citizenship that is perfectly consistent with the core values and utmost ideal of the United States.
Many undocumented immigrants come to the U.S. With little to no skill but are able to find "back-door jobs" which offer decent pay.
Because of the little pay and illegality, they do not file taxes to contribute to the U.S. government.
Even though their residence is unlawful, most undocumented students are allowed to file for financial aid from the government.
Some states even allow undocumented immigrants to automatically receive in-state tuition.
The average prison sentence was 14 months for those convinced where illegal reentry was recorded as the lead charge at an estimated cost of 134 dollars per day per inmate.
American citizens finance about 18.5 billion dollars' worth of healthcare for illegal immigrants every year.
75% of those on the most wanted criminals lists in Los Angeles, Phoenix and Albuquerque are illegal aliens.
Over 53% of all investigated burglaries reported in California, New Mexico, Nevada, Texas and Arizona are committed by illegal aliens.
In a 2007 Government Accountability Office study of 55,322 undocumented aliens, analysts discovered that they were arrested at least a total of 459,614 times, averaging about 8 arrests per illegal alien: 70% had between 2 and 10 arrests, and 26% had 11+.
Congressman Steve King estimates that illegal alien drivers kill about 13 Americans every day, that's a death toll of 4,745 per year.
SAY YES TO IMMIGRATION REFORM.