Bush Plan: Social Security for ‘Legalized’ Illegal Aliens

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Illegal aliens who work under borrowed, stolen or fraudulent Social Security numbers could collect retirement benefits based on their illegal earnings as the result of a Bush administration plan. Critics charge the federal government has grossly underestimated the cost of the proposal, which they believe could run be billions of dollars per year.

Mark Kirkorian, executive director of the Center for Immigration Studies, told Cybercast News Service that the arrangements, usually called ‘totalization agreements,’ with industrialized countries like Canada, the United Kingdom and even France are beneficial. But those benefits, he argued, would not come from an agreement with Mexico.

‘The point to a totalization agreement is for two advanced countries that occasionally send corporate transferees from one country to the next for a two or three year stint to be able to reconcile their respective retirement systems,’ Kirkorian said. ‘It’s not for a third world country that sends millions of peasants into a developed country to take advantage of; there’s a complete mismatch, an imbalance.’

3 Responses to “Bush Plan: Social Security for ‘Legalized’ Illegal Aliens”

  1. robert niro Says:

    you are a prick

  2. Shincaltoy Says:

    Where is the real site author when you need him?

    Silly man spewing out crap on the comments section.

  3. Shane Says:

    It just happens to be an outlaw. Hatchet jobs, like labeling someone a prick is a tactic of a criminal or criminal organization when you cant defend the indefensible. Primitive [undeveloped] lawless people are every where. This person [Roberto] generously demonstrates his primitive nature and support of criminals for everybody who reads it. Thanks for the good work Roberto.

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