Illegal Mexicans

Discussion in 'Mid Atlantic' started by bennysgohome, Jul 30, 2010.

  1. bennysgohome

    bennysgohome Well-Known Member

    Nov 13, 2009
    Just curious if anyone knows the answer to this question. Why do most illegal mexicans all have Maryland or North Carolina plates in this area?
  2. rockajet

    rockajet Active Member

    Jul 27, 2010
    just wondering

    I'l preface this by saying that I am in favor of the Arizona law. But, just how is it you know which of the Hispanics are illegal?

  3. bennysgohome

    bennysgohome Well-Known Member

    Nov 13, 2009
    I read an article somewhere. I've also noticed that many arrests in my area where they find out illegal aliens were involved had those license plates. They have also be fining employers around here and people are talking about those license plates being a hint. Is it easier to get a license for illegals in those states?

    I don't want to start a whole debate on the illegal immigration subject, I was just wondering if anyone know the answer to this question.
  4. wallysurfr

    wallysurfr Well-Known Member

    Oct 23, 2007
    I was wondering the same thing the past few months.

    I read a little bit about it and I think Maryland passed something a while back that basically gave a drivers license to just about anyone.
  5. grande gallo

    grande gallo Member

    Nov 14, 2009
    I'm having trouble understanding how you can identify all of those people as either mexican or illegal.
  6. Zeroevol

    Zeroevol Well-Known Member

    Jun 22, 2009
    Illegal or not, they are some of the harder working people out there!!! (not to say I am down with illegal immigrants!!) I do see a lot in DE with PA plates and there are about 6 packed into a 2 door Honda Civic heading to work. You can't hate that hard on people who are actually willing to work for a buc instead of expecting a buc.
  7. bennysgohome

    bennysgohome Well-Known Member

    Nov 13, 2009
    Not hating and I didn't want a debate. My sister loves trying to teach kids who can't even speak English for free :), just a joke don't get the panties in a bunch.

    I really just wanted to know about the plates.
  8. aka pumpmaster

    aka pumpmaster Well-Known Member

    Apr 30, 2008
    I know for a fact that the mafia produces authentic PA plates and licenses that illegals can buy for a serious amount of money.
  9. ragdolling

    ragdolling Well-Known Member

    Jul 30, 2010
  10. Scobeyville

    Scobeyville Well-Known Member

    May 11, 2009
    Acme in Manasquan at the bus terminal and the train station in freehold boro. If you live in those towns you should be asking your mayor's and councilmen WHY they have aloud illegal immigrants to loiter and beg for work.

    Its actually very sad and has been going on for a decade now.....

    -im not racist, i believe we are all equals, but if im getting taxed on every dollar i earn, why arent they?
  11. ragdolling

    ragdolling Well-Known Member

    Jul 30, 2010
    Day laborers, while very visible, make up a very, very small percentage of the overall illegal immigrant population in NJ and the US as a whole.

    While most of the day laborers are paid in cash, the overwhelming majority of illegal workers use bogus social security numbers and thus, do have taxes and all other withholdings taken out of their checks.

    I think the estimate is somewhere north of $2 billion a year paid into social security by people with mismatched (ie, not matching the name) social security numbers. It's money they'll never collect, for the most part and it helps prop up the wobbly SS system. It's part of the reason they refuse to turn over their data to immigration authorities. The whole system is completely broken, insane and crazy.

    Here's another good link on the taxes/ss issue
  12. bennysgohome

    bennysgohome Well-Known Member

    Nov 13, 2009
    Thanks, that answered my question. It's a shame. My wife got hit by another car full of Mexicans a few years back. She started to call the police on her cell and they told her not to call them. The damage was bad. They tried saying that it was not much damage and took her cell phone. I wasn't with her at the time but she got the cell phone back and called the police. All of them ran away from the scene. It's scary that this happens when they fatally kill someone in an accident too as in the article. These people know they broke they law when they crossed the border. Now, they are driving cars illegally with stolen plates and killing people. This is pretty bad.
  13. topshelf

    topshelf Member

    May 10, 2007
    Car Insurance is cheaper and easier to attain in MD. As an insurance agent we have many illegals come down from NJ to try to get insurance. They use someone's address in MD to start a policy and then register their car in maryland. Next we get all this returned mail a month later because they don't live at that address. God forbid you need to get ahold of them because the phone numbers usually don't work either. We now try to ask a lot of questions about their residence and make them bring in a utility bill if we suspect them to be illegal or live out of state.
  14. wallysurfr

    wallysurfr Well-Known Member

    Oct 23, 2007
    An excerpt from the article:

    "Immigrants, meanwhile, said they are living in fear, caught between the need to get to their jobs and the laws that keep them from driving legally."

    What about the laws that are supposed to keep them out of this country?

    And how is that woman not breaking the law? If I drove the car that someone used to commit a crime I would be breaking the law wouldn't I?
  15. grande gallo

    grande gallo Member

    Nov 14, 2009
    They do pay taxes. And they don't even get anything back at the end of the year.
  16. jwj72

    jwj72 Active Member

    Apr 2, 2007
    Please reference the facts you are using to support these statements. And yes, I do know some pay taxes and probably some don't get anything back, but you made a blanket statement here.
  17. Ray F.

    Ray F. Well-Known Member

    Sep 13, 2009
    Since this thread has derailed, I'll add a link to a brief that takes almost 10 minutes to watch. In it, the impact of illegal immigration on the population is addressed, as well as the relief it provides the rest of the world. At 2:45, he starts to discuss the impact on tax-paid services, such as schools and programs. At 4:32, he begins to discuss the relative amount of people we can "help" by letting them into America. At 7:40, he really drives home the inevitable future our country will face using the current immigration policy. These numbers are facts and indisputable.
    Last edited: Jul 30, 2010
  18. HollowDaze

    HollowDaze Active Member

    Feb 8, 2010
    5th columnists

    The whole issue is ridiculous and beyond the pale. Some of these illegal workers are using FAKE SSNs to get jobs and pay taxes. Wow, that's stupid and and criminal. Now I'm supposed to feel sorry for them not getting their retirement benefits? Try this crap in Mexico and see what happens. I hear they only recently stopped open-ended jailing of illegal immigrants transiting through their country from Central America. Arizona tries to handle the issue and our government sues them. Wtf?

    It is wrong to have this whole "shadow society" of illegals living amongst law abiding citizens. If our country needs labor, then we should allow more immigrants. Companies that hire illegals should be prosecuted the same way companies that hire Americans "off the books" are. If Mexicans want so badly to live and work here, then they should immigrate to the U.S. via proper channels. I'm all for it. File the papers, take the test, learn the language, get a real SSN, and assimilate. Be an American. Or stay home.
  19. username5351

    username5351 New Member

    Jul 23, 2010
    dude i notice this too!!! they all have tags from somewhere wierd.. like carolina.. or missippi or something random... IM ON TO THEM!!! :cool:
  20. Behind The Sun

    Behind The Sun Well-Known Member

    Oct 3, 2009
    I used to work on Throckmorton street in the Boro a few years ago, thats when the day laborer thing started getting big. The news vans were out there........You tell me that all of those guys are legal citizens. Also, it's great when you go to Squan inlet to catch an early morning sesh, and when you leave at 8 a.m......there are dozens of "hispanics" just chilling in front of Acme. Way to make the town look scrappy........I also have a "hispanic" girl with a mazda mini van that lives by me.........shes clearly lived here for more than 3 months, but still has Maryland tags................come on now.............

    Wah wah about "they" are hard workers, because I've dealt with them before........the laziness has settled in now.

    You wanna live in this country, follow the steps to become legal, and learn the language.
    I'm sick of everydown town feeling like a foreign country.......