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Published: Saturday, June 15 2013 4:30 p.m. MDT

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SLars
Provo, UT

The people from Mexico are not refugees. The state department has a strict list of refugee countries, and Mexico has never been on it.

My2Cents
Taylorsville, UT

Reading this story its not clear what it it trying to say or imply. Are refugees hear to hide from their homeland government or seek a new life and accountability to their benefactors of taxpayers? Or are they hear to become immigrants and become Americans? What this story is implying is they are in hiding hoping to return to their country and its muddling the issues of immigration and Americas role in all this hype.

Being their financial and emotional supporters is not clear about what their intentions are in this country. Advocates for refugees and a socialist life style and cheap labor trafficking are out to persuade and entrap these refugees here as cheap labor so they won't want to return to their homes and that too is propaganda and more hype.

If they don't want to be americans or remain in this country then their choices and wishes should also accompany the hyped up imaginations of news media and government that is muddling the issues. If they have no intention of staying we would like to know for our own security and what to expect from government involvement and tax-loads put on taxpayers.

spicey
saltlakecity, UT

Everyone just relax and let the dieversity begin.

DA3dux
Kearns, UT

Maybe, my2cents, they are HERE to learn to spell correctly.

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