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Published: Monday, Jan. 24 2011 9:09 p.m. MST

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SLars
Provo, UT

The majority of people came here illegally before the 2007 drug cartel wars.

We have stopped illegal immigration before, we can do it again.

ClarkHippo
Tooele, UT

@John Pack Lambert of Michigan 9:09

You said - "People do not give up their freedom of speech when they become religious leaders."

Tell that to Boyd K. Packer.

@Pagan 9:45 You said - "If you want the 'freedom' to speak as a person fine...

but pay taxes on the things I must as well."

Exactly where in the Consitution does it say that people's freedom of speech is conditional based upon how much taxes they pay?

katiefrankie
Provo, UT

How about local religious leaders put pressure on their flocks to obey the law and come here legally?

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