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Published: Tuesday, Sept. 25 2012 11:04 p.m. MDT

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wigglwagon
Mariion, Va

Every Deferred Action that is granted should be accompanied by the permanent deportation of the illegal alien parents who caused this problem.

The document mills are running 24-7. He made the offer only good for 2 years so they would be forced to take whatever slight risk might be involved in registering to vote and voting. Both Obama and the illegals know that the game is up if he loses in November.

sg
newhall, CA

Deplorable. Let's round them up, their entire families and deport them all. We have catered to illegals. We have become a lawless nation with leaders who put themselves first and then think twice about protecting our nation. All illegals are that...illegals. It is not only our representatives but many churches that deem it okay to establish sanctuaries for illegals. What did Uchdorf say, "Stop it!" Yes, Stop it. Enough. If we don't stem this tide, we will not only face racial/ethnic disparity, but a civil war will happen. We the People will only take it for so long. This country stands for nothing. This country is becoming more and more a socialist country. It makes me sick to my stomach.

Social Mod Fiscal Con
West Jordan, UT

I am supportive of this measure. We need a way to bring the illegal alien population in the US out of the dark and give them a chance to join the "Great Experiment". There is no way to simply deport them all, so other options must be looked at.
However, I frown on the motive behind this move. We all know that our beloved President got this to happen as a way of catering to the hispanic vote.

I am disappointed that we are doing this in the wrong order. Step 1 needed to be "Slow the Flow". If that's good enough for Utah Division of Water Resoureces, it ought to be good enough for the Federal Government. Dramatically slow the inflow of illegals, then we can start working to improve the situation regarding the ones already here.

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