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Published: Thursday, June 19 2014 12:00 a.m. MDT

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Cottonwood Heights, UT

Outrageous!

No, not the town's reaction, but the audacity, duplicity, and deviousness of federal government officials conniving to (a) allow the entry of tens of thousands of unaccompanied minor children into the U.S.; (b) not returning them to their homeland; and (c) secretly dumping them all over the country. That includes setting them up in shelters as in this case, or merely busing them to Phoenix and pushing them off the bus on a street corner.

We have truly become a lawless country, and the worst part is that the government officials are the ones ignoring the laws!

This is intolerable.

RichardB
Murray, UT

"fleeing their homes by the tens of thousands to escape violence and poverty".

And this is why Vice President Biden went to Central and South America to tell them the Obama waivers are not for new arrivals, and parents sending their children here for the amnesty need to stop.

Do they really think the public is that stupid?

BrentBot
Salt Lake City, UT

Just like "Fast and Furious", Obama cares little about the impact of his actions on law-abiding citizens - as long as it furthers his ideology.

Liberal Ted
Salt Lake City, UT

I'll believe it when you start deportation.

SCfan
clearfield, UT

RichardB

It's not that the Obama administration thinks we are stupid or not. They don't care what we think. The arrogance of Democrats, and this administration in particular is such that they are close to being no better than the leaders of the countries these people are fleeing from.
This is a classic example of why many in the center and on the right of American politics complain about the federal government getting to big. What surprised me is that any government officials even showed up to appologize at all. I wonder how many other towns in America have this going on and the people are not aware of it. Better check all the abandoned buildings in your neighborhood. You might be surprised who you find there.

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