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Amnesty of illegals by big business and the federal politicians

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Submitted by Joliet Jake (United States), Jul 29, 2008 at 23:08

The Social Security cards that illegals are currently using if linked to American citizens then in the future the card could become null and void and all monies paid into SS will no longer be obtainable by either persons using the number.

The dollars or tax money now becomes the property of the federal government and is lost, I guess that is also why the big push for amnesty of illegals by big business and the federal politicians.

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