Is the US required to provide health care to any sick person in the world who enters this country illegally?
Where is the limiting principle when it comes to questions like this about illegal immigration? What if a million sick people show up and demand treatment? It is the same question that should be asked of the open borders advocates. Would a billion illegals be OK with you? How about 10 million? Why are they never asked this question when they make their play for empathy for those breaking US immigration law?
The case of a girl with cerebral palsy, who was brought illegally to Texas so she could get medical care, goes to the heart of the immigration debate.