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US IMMIGRATION BILL PASSES

Perhaps a Bush Thought

///The bill passed Thursday would build a triple-layer border fence along 370 miles and add U.S. Border Patrol agents, while giving millions of illegal immigrants a means of earning citizenship.

Border Arrests///In addition, Mexico is the state's No. 1 trading partner, bringing in almost $18 billion in California exports last year. California's exports to Mexico directly or indirectly support 177,000 jobs, according to Schwarzenegger's office.

Read it all at Wired

U.S. Trade Facts
According to the U.S. Department of Commerce, the United States is the world’s largest economy and the largest market. It also is the world’s largest exporter of merchandise and services. The United States accounted for over 10 percent of world export trade and 18 percent of total world imports in 2005.

United States exports were up from $818 billion in 2004 to $904 billion in 2005. Export growth was seen in manufactured goods including nuclear materials, electric machinery, vehicles, and aircraft. U.S. imports also increased in 2005, rising from $1.47 trillion to $1.6 trillion. Greater demand for oil, combined with high fuel prices, contributed to the trade deficit. Our largest trading partners are Canada, Mexico, Japan and China.

California Trade Statistics
The U.S. Department of Commerce reported that, in 2005, California exports amounted to over $116 billion. This is an increase from the 2004 total of nearly $110 billion. California maintained its perennial position as a top exporting state, second only to Texas.

USA Made By Immigrants

Exports from California accounted for more than 14 percent of total U.S. exports in 2005. California's top trading partners are Mexico, Japan, Canada, China and South Korea. California trade and exports translate into high-paying jobs for over one million Californians.

California Chamber of Commerce





From a now updated post, Migrants Find a Gold Rush in New Orleans

...NOT TO MENTION HOW THE US GOV'T "BOUGHT" CALI FROM MEXICO WITHOUT MENTIONING GOLD IN THEM HILLS HAD BEEN DISCOVERED ONE WEEK EARLIER!

I thought at the same time that it could hardly be kept secret for six weeks, and in this I was not mistaken, - John Sutter, during his official announcement.

Hipocrita

Funny how things don't change about governments, $15 million dollars for 4 1/2 US states. From 1848 to today 15 Mill is Somewhere between 356 million and 73 billion dollars.

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