So, unbeknownst to the Senators on the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, what evidence does Stayman present to support that there are 6000 illegal aliens in the CNMI? He has no evidence – just fuzzy math.
A couple years ago, Stayman and his politically motivated DC Democrat cronies spouted out that there were over 7,000 (1000 more than he is stating now) undocumented workers in the CNMI. But, as CNMI Immigration Director Mel Grey was quoted (see post: http://islandcrusader.blogspot.com/2007/03/there-has-been-major-improvement-on.html ) states -- an “Amnesty” Program was created and only approximately 2,000 applied (more than half HAD legal status). Where were the other more than 5000 people that Stayman said exists?
They don’t exist. Saipan isn’t that big. It's a tiny island. It would be easy to find the 5000 people if they really existed. It’s his fuzzy math. Stayman’s background lends itself that if BIG contributions are given – the 5000 people would “disappear.”
Stayman and his Pelosi/Miller/Tester liberal cronies throw out big numbers even if they don’t exist -- no proof, nada. If Stayman really wants to help the CNMI and he serves on the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources – why not help us with our energy issues? We do need help – not a take over of our immigration.
It would cost US Taxpayers hundreds of million of dollars to take over CNMI immigration. Since the DC Democrats are interested in spending all that money -- why not toss in another 20 million so we can have efficient energy and drinking water?