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Boxer Amendment Would Block Immigration Enforcement in Order to Count Illegal Aliens for 2010 Census, Boost Democrat Seats
Open-borders math.
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Well, lookee what California Sen. Barbara Boxer is up to now (click for full-size):

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The rub:

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Boxer’s amendment, SA 3246, is attached to the current spending bill up on the Senate floor. So, why is Boxer so interested in blocking aggressive immigration enforcement leading up to the 2010 Census?

Hint, hint:

U.S. states with large numbers of undocumented immigrants could receive additional seats in Congress after the 2010 census is conducted.

A University of Connecticut study concluded Arizona, Texas and Florida could all see their House delegations increase due to rising populations that include sizable numbers of illegal immigrants.

Although they can’t vote, such aliens are included in the census. The San Jose (Calif.) Mercury News predicted Tuesday the pending 2010 headcount could be the subject of a political fight as Democrats and Republicans jockey for position before House seats are reallocated.

The Connecticut study also predicted California and New Jersey would likely keep their current number of seats while states with fewer immigrants, including New York, Illinois and Ohio, will lose a seat or two.

Where do your senators stand?

(Republished from MichelleMalkin.com by permission of author or representative)
 
• Category: Ideology • Tags: Census, Open Borders Lobby