The cost of illegal immigra-tion has gone up again. This morning, an elderly grandfather was taking his grandson to the bus stop. Normally, this would not be a noteworthy event. Everything was going as planned until a farm tractor slammed into the grandfather’s Ford Explorer. The tractor kept on going. He did not stop. He did not care if he injured or killed anyone.
According to the Pinal County Sheriff’s deputy that responded: Since the tractor originated from Santa Rosa Farms, the operator was more than likely an illegal alien.
What will happen as a result of this incident? More than likely, the Mexican will get away with it. Even if caught, he will flatly deny any involvement. At the same time, the grandfather, who exists solely on Social Security is out a vehicle.
The grandfather and grandson are actually lucky to have not been injured or killed. As we already know, 25 Americans are killed by illegal aliens in the United States each and every day.
According to Arizona State Senator Russell Pearce, "9,000 Americans are killed each year, 25 each day, 12 by stabbings and shootings, 13 by DUI and related crimes (Congressional Report; Drawing a Line in the Sand)."