Frosty Wooldridge
Gross misinformation by Newsweek on immigration  
Re: “Hunted in Alabama” by Symmes, “Bare your fangs, but don’t bite the immigrants” by Tina Brown 2/12/12, letters@newsweek.com
In her latest edition, Newsweek editor Tina Brown wrote a maudlin story on illegal alien migrants in Alabama.  Patrick Symmes penned a concocted story about “Hunted in Alabama” as he referred to illegal alien migrants. 
In reality, no one in Alabama is being hunted.  But like any lawbreaker, if someone remains in this country against the laws of this nation, Immigration, Customs and Enforcement, ICE will arrest them and move toward deportation proceedings. Every illegal migrant in every country in the world knows the risk of breaking a nation’s laws.  Just like a bank robber, child molester, murderer or rapist, if they make a misstep, they will find themselves behind bars. Ask Jerry Sandusky of Penn State.
Yet Newsweek and other liberal media work at making the American people the “bad guys” and the illegal aliens the “good guys.”  With 12-20 million illegal aliens living and working within America against the laws of our nation, one has to wonder why Brown and Symmes side with lawlessness. 
Why don’t those journalistic wunderkinds write about the American employers that lie, cheat and steal from taxpayers by hiring illegal aliens? Farmers could hire endless legal H-2A farm workers from Mexico, but, they would have to pay legal wages and taxes.  Why not tell the story of the ID theft, forgery, income tax cheating and inhumane use of human beings by those farmers that hire illegal aliens? This is nothing more than 21st century slave labor.
In my world travels, I discovered that corruption is a mechanism by which third world countries operate.   It’s why their citizens suffer and their countries degrade.  Today, over eight million illegal aliens maintain full time jobs in America. (Source: www.cis.org with Dr. Steve Camarata)  Obviously, corruption has become a mechanism within the United States by a factor of eight million cases.  How far do we want to travel down that rat hole?  By the way, Obama and Congress stand complicit in this charade because they know these numbers and what’s going on, but do nothing to stop it in favor of American workers.
Symmes said, “Most studies calculate that illegal immigration boosts the American economy.”  What a bald faced lie!  Alabama created its H.B. 56 to stop its financial bleeding.  California tried Proposition 187 to save itself, but it got knocked down in court.  California stands $24 billion nostril-deep in debt.  The true cost of illegal aliens is $436 billion annually paid for by you and me across 15 federal agencies to educate, medicate, feed, house and incarcerate illegal aliens and their families.  (Source: Edwin Rubenstein report, www.TheSocialContract.com)
Today, California houses four to five million illegal aliens and it’s become our first “basket case” state and well on its way to becoming a “failed state.”  In my book, America on the Brink: The Next Added 100 Million Americans, I called California the “Bow of the Titanic” of the United States of America.  California cannot survive its immigration invasion, but Tina Brown and Patrick Symmes think it’s one big lovely illegal immigrant party to be supported, cheered, soothed and caressed.  Both of them are a couple of nitwit New York fools.
Alabama as well as Florida, Georgia, Arizona, Michigan, Colorado, Texas, California, Illinois, New York, Texas and dozens of others states fork over billions of dollars to pay for illegal aliens’ education, medical care, free breakfasts and lunches as well as incarceration costs.  All of those states are passing laws attempting to protect themselves as well as jobs for their own citizens.  Why? Because Barack Obama and Congress sit on their wide rear ends and do nothing to enforce our immigration laws at our borders or internally.  In fact, Obama has declared a defacto amnesty by allowing most illegals immunity from the law. That will encourage millions more of them to cross our borders to gain “a better life.”
But with Mexico adding 35 million people in 40 years and the world adding a total of 80 million people annually, they all want to come here for a better life.  When does this immigration onslaught end?  Answer: as long as American citizens remain silent, it doesn’t!
Here’s what it looks like graphically:
In a five minute astoundingly simple yet brilliant video, “Immigration, Poverty, and Gum Balls”, Roy Beck, director of www.numbersusa.ORG, graphically illustrates the impact of overpopulation.  Take five minutes to see for yourself:
“Immigration by the numbers"off the chart” by Roy Beck
This 10 minute demonstration shows Americans the results of unending mass immigration on the quality of life and sustainability for future generations: in a word “Mind boggling!”  www.NumbersUSA.org
Why does the media work in favor of continued lawlessness while 15 million Americans cannot secure a job at a living wage and another 46 million subsist on food stamps because they can’t obtain a job?  How about writing about that Tina Brown and Patrick Symmes?  Why don’t you ask them to write about that?  letters@newsweek.com