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rosep: Now on the other side, I see all the expense of what it requires to continue to paying all the services illegals get. We always hear the numbers as 11 million, but in the past 10 years it is really 30mil. As the people keep coming and their is no reason for them to stop , walking across that boarder. Once upon a time, we could welcome so many, but with the way the world changed, and gave other countries, our jobs, and even built the factories, as to avoid paying taxes. Now we are having to deal with businesses, who want cheap labor, to better serve their bottom line. Is anyone asking how this will play out, with the illegals numbers climbing, and the 666,000 additional people from the middle east, that will enter, this country. What do you think the cost will be to you and me? Providing housing, food and free medical service. Lets not forget, when other people, with different cultures come here, the government bends over backwards, to change policies in schooling, religion to name a few. I also did not include the many trainloads of children, from Guatemala and El Salvador that has to provided for via the American public.