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Published: Saturday, Sept. 7 2013 11:31 a.m. MDT

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Say No to BO
Mapleton, UT

Is there a point to this story?
Perhaps it is a plea for open borders. Then say so.
That way we can explain the purpose of political boundaries in our modern society. Some are a bit naïve regarding the concept. Invite the homeless to come live with your family for a few weeks. The point will then be clear.

FACE-IT
SAN JOSE, CA

stand united against amnesty, protected legal status, or whatever else they choose to call it ... this isn't about political party, this isn't about votes, and above all this isn't about race, nationality, ethnicity, color, or religion ... this is about protecting America, our sovereign nation, against an invasion by 10's of millions of illegal immigrants. Illegal immigrants who broke our laws when they crossed our border; or overstayed their visas. Then came document fraud, identity theft, and illegal employment. We are a nation of laws; we do not reward those who wantonly break our laws. We want our existing federal laws against illegal immigration enforced ... nothing more, nothing less ... it's as simple as that ... it really is.....

RichardB
Murray, UT

Yet people still encourages illegal immigration with talk of amnesty. It's amnesty that draws people here.

These people made their decisions to buy what the amnesty sellers are peddling.

The real border problem is ICE and border agents being told not to stop people that "could" be eligible for the three groups given waivers by Obama.

tenx
Santa Clara, UT

Nice picture. Are we to assume that it was not POSED for?

MapleDon
Springville, UT

Wow. Another sob story by Utah's pro-illegal immigration and open borders propagandist, the Deseret News.

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