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Published: Monday, Sept. 16 2013 1:25 p.m. MDT

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louie
Cottonwood Heights, UT

Good letter. I hope our congressional delegation is taking note of this

Ultra Bob
Cottonwood Heights, UT

If a member citizen in a country that we are at war with, shows sympathy for our military and helps in the survival of Americans, he should be justly rewarded. But not by granting that person of the enemy access and citizenship in America.

We might give the free passage and anonymity to move to any other nation of his choice but not America. It is impossible to know a person’s real motives and the record shows that Afghans have pretended friendship just to get the opportunity to kill Americans.

The risk of corruption between the Afghan person and an American military man is too great to entrust the future of America to. There are those in America and also in the military who would sell out America for dollars. The opium deals between the U. S Military and the drug growers is the evidence of that.

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