Letters to the Editor

February 4, 2013

Immigration is fine, if it’s legal

It appears to me that the crux of the illegal immigration matter seems to be the word “illegal.” I’m fairly sure that this means a law has been broken and is not accepted under normal situations in this society. A law-abiding citizen expects or takes the chance that he might be punished if he breaks a law or participates in any illegal act. Obviously, if he is not a legal resident of this country this principle does not apply.

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