I think that's an important point, because tight immigration regulations pretty much guarantee that while you're bringing someone new into the system, you're also bringing in someone who can be taxed to help pay for the system. With the healthcare system that's being proposed now, I think they've at least made the right steps towards limiting the financial impact of illegal aliens. They'd be treated in emergency situations, just as they are now, but they wouldn't have access to the actual insurance plans which would allow them to see G.Ps. or get prescriptions at co-pay cost. That's about all you can do, I think. We certainly do have a unique challenge to face when it comes to immigration and there aren't a whole lot of good solutions. Granting amnesty to a bunch of low income workers who would drain the system without being taxed would be devastating though. That just can't happen.