The Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Center is a health care site that caters to illegal aliens. With programs such as the Prenatal Outreach (to migrant camps) and the Migrant outreach program it is very clear that the purpose of this medical group is to serve a select demographic.
Through this program the Center provides screening, medical treatment and health education to migrant and seasonal farm workers living and working in the area migrant labor camps.
In conjunction with the migrant outreach the Center intensively provides outreach to find pregnant women in the migrant camps.
This program is funded through the Washington County Commission on Children and Families.
So Washington County helps fund "outreach" to the illegal workers. Great. But what really gets me is this:
A County building was leased to VGMHC at a cost of $1 per year, allowing their grant funds to be used for remodeling rather than land purchase and construction. We continue to work with them in plans for further expansion into Beaverton. SOURCE
What business does Washington County have leasing a building for $1 a year? This is simply a workaround so that they do not have to put their subsidy of this illegal alien health care center in their budget.
That building belongs to the taxpayers. It was built at our expense and if the county is not going to use it then they should sell it at market value.
Under the left's precious "campaign finance reform" I am not allowed to buy a Cadillac and then "sell" it to my favorite candidate for $1. This limits my individual liberty to do what I want with my money and my property.
But somehow government thinks that whatever they want to do with our money and our property is just fine. What would stop Washington County from buying a bunch of vans and then "selling" them to this illegal alien clinic for $1 a piece? What would stop them from buying a thousand bicycles and selling them to citizens for $1 a piece? Does this seem screwed up to anyone else?