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Social Security Benfits for Illegal Aliens

43 Signatures Goal: 100

Mom was a homemaker and Dad worked all his life and paid into SS. Dad has passed away and now Mom can barely make ends meet. While the possible "illegal" alien in front of her at the grocery store buys the name brands, Mom goes for the generic brands, and day old breads. She doesn't have out of state calling on her phone, because she can't afford it and shops at the thrift shops and dollar stores. She considers having a pizza delivered once a week "eating out". She grew up during the depression, watched her husband go overseas to fight in WW II a year after their marriage, and then they went on to raise, feed and clothe 5 children, struggling to pay tuition for parochial schools. The Senate voted this week to allow "illegal" aliens access to Social Security benefits. I'm sorry, but how can the Senate justify! by this slap in the face to born and bred, or naturalized citizens. It is already impossible to live on Social Security alone. If they give benefits to " illegal" aliens who have never contributed, where does that leave us that have paid into Social Security all our working lives Attached is an opportunity to sign a petition that requires citizenship for eligibility to receive Social services. If you do not wish to sign the petition yourself, please forward on to anyone you think might be interested. PETITION FOR: President Bush Mr. President: The petition below is a protest against the recent vote of the senate which was to allow illegal aliens access to our social security! We demand that you and all congressional representatives require citizenship for anyone to be eligible for social services in the United States

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  • 7 years ago
    Celeste Gibbons United States
    7 years ago
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    David R Douthit United States
    7 years ago
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    Daniel Zacharias United States
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    Don Westrum United States
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    oran sliter United States
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    sue United States
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    Ruth Thieme United States
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    Judy Fisher United States
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    Jodi Damato United States
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    Jason Graham United States
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    Debra Sasken-Duff United States
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    Carl Johnson United States
    8 years ago
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    Judy E. Metts United States
    8 years ago
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    Jeanette Ervin United States
    8 years ago
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    dorren United States
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