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Published: Wednesday, April 17 2013 7:25 p.m. MDT

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Say No to BO
Mapleton, UT

Wester's right. Act now or you'll have to wait another four years.
You see, if you don't get it done by Labor Day the politicians will be in campaign mode for the midterms and amnesty...oops, I mean "reform"...is an ugly blot on your voting record when you have to sell yourself to American citizens.
You see, this legalization plan benefits big business, unions, activist groups, and illegal aliens themselves. It really doesn't benefit American voters.
So, now is the push, just like 2007. I hope it ends just like that campaign did.

SME
Bountiful, UT

"tens of thousands of new visas for international workers in low-skilled jobs " Low skilled males are the group hit the most by the ongoing recession (yes I realize it isn't technically still a recesion, they still don't have jobs).
Adding thousands more people with low skills will not affect my employment, I don't compete with them. But we will pay in increased demand for public services for all of these additional low skilled folks.

Dektol
Powell, OH

How about just catching, prosecuting and deporting the criminals who are here illegally now? They are not citizens, they are criminals.
Not doing so spits on the efforts of all who have come here legally and followed the law.

worf
Mcallen, TX

Our borders are a sieve.

How does Mexico protect their southern borders?

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