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Anti-Immigrant Heritage Foundation Issues Surprising Report Saying Immigration Costly

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I know. I couldn't believe it either. No credible economists are backing up the study claiming that the immigration bill will cost zillions. I'm not going to waste time critiquing this joke of a report since so many others have already done so. I'll just remind readers that there have been many, many other better studies saying jsut the opposite.  Read more here.

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  1. Jack's Avatar
    "study claiming that the immigration bill will cost zillions"


    As for Rector's basic point, it's common sense that if you enroll net receivers of benefits into entitlement programs there will be a fiscal consequence. When the number of beneficiaries is in the 8 figures, the total cost can be enormous. It defies common sense to think that the way to balance the budget in a welfare state is to import poverty.

    It's true that Rector releases essentially the same study year after year. Guess what? So does open border activist Raul Hinojosa Ojeda who Greg cites. Dude's a LITTLE biased and his rosy numbers are always in the figurative zillions.
  2. George Chell's Avatar
    The Heritage Foundation study is full of crap and makes no economic sense. It is interesting they did not touch any of the legal immigation aspects of the bill.
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