"Bleeding the public healthcare system" but it's ok for the illegals to do that to us though? Will they have to reprogram their phone systems for English and Spanish? A tiny violin is playing for them somewhere for all their woes.
Retirees flock to Latin America“Cuenca never wanted to attract retirees,” said Ana Paulina Crespo, the director of international relations for the municipality. “In fact, we’re facing lots of problems over how to deal with a phenomenon that we aren’t responsible for creating.”
The city is trying to combat local fears that the retirees are both driving up land prices and bleeding the public healthcare system, she said. And the language barrier has become a source of local irritation. Some restaurants and even neighborhoods seem like English-only spaces.
“Cuencanos are feeling like strangers in their own city,” she said.