Justin Randolph's letter of 9/25 misleadingly attempts to portray
limited immigration advocates as a small, out of the mainstream group
and that we should listen to the "regular folks in the middle". To the
contrary, it is the excessive entry crowd that is the minority
according to polls and it is only because of organized, vested interests
including money that we have the present immigration problems. This is
rapidly changing as many "regular folks" are experiencing the harmful
effects of the entry invasion. You can't get much more regular or "in the middle" than the Eggle family
whose son was killed by an illegal border crosser. Regular Americans Tom DeWeese and Phyllis Schlafly discuss their concerns with illegal immigration at: http://www.sierratimes.com/03/09/16/deweese.htm (and)
http://www.eagleforum.org/column/2003/oct03/03-10-01.shtml. Unless the real, middle America begins to be listened to, rather than
the special interests, the future of America can be seen in the present
turmoil of California. Here, illegal and excessive immigration affects
virtually aspect of the people. California taxpayers spend up to $10 billion a year on education, health care, and other services for illegals. Sprawl and congestion is everywhere. Schools are bulging with
students, and many don't speak English. Hospitals are going broke.
Crime is rampant. Unemployment remains high, and illegal aliens
are taking jobs away from American citizens, especially black Americans.
Hundreds of thousands of native Californians are leaving
the state because of the never-ending taxes to pay for the millions of
very poor and uneducated people invading the state, and because the
state they grew up in has become another country. Friction among the
many cultures is growing with people predicting in letters to newspaper
editors and on radio talk shows that a civil war may erupt. This is the
future of continued, unlimited immigration unless the voices of truly,
regular Americans are heard.
R. L. Ranger
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