April 5, 2007, - 4:14 pm

Illegal Aliens, USA Today Feels Your Pain: A Call to Action

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Dear readers, in today’s USA Today, the print edition featured this solicitation, to which I hope you will respond:

Voices of Immigration
Are you feeling the impact of immigration? What is life like for an illegal immigrant living in the USA [DS: Like that should be the guiding sentiment for immigration policy], and for others in the communities where he or she works and lives? We’re interested in hearing your experiences. Send comments to letters@usatoday.com or fax to 703-854-2053. Please include your contact number, city and state for verification purposes. Comments will be considered for an ongoing conversation on this page and online.

Clearly, USA Today is concerned with the illegal aliens more than you. Their feelings and what their life is like should not be a guiding force in protecting our national security, our borders.
Make your voice heard and write with the views of those of us who are here legally.

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4 Responses

I know illegal immigration isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. If “they” (the illegals) are allowed freely roam and inhabit our country, then the same privilege should extend to US citizens in all fairness.

the_don on April 5, 2007 at 6:03 pm

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the_don on April 5, 2007 at 7:28 pm

I would like to hear their opinions about what it’s like to live here illegally. I don’t know what I would learn but it would be nice to hear what they have to say. I know my response to whatever they say would probably be “get to the back of the line” but I would like to at least listen.

Will on April 6, 2007 at 11:40 pm

Their looking for bleeding heart pieces for liberal propaganda, nothing to do with educating the public or the truth. Look at the loser who wrote in that his wife teaching at Harvard cries herself to sleep because she can’t visit her daughter in Kenya. Because, he says, the U.S. won’t give his wife citizenship. This guy, by the way, lives in Ohio. Listen, dirtbag and you idiots at USA Today, the U.S. doesn’t give citizenship until the immigrant files a petition for a greencard and has resided here as a Lawful Permanent Resident for the requisite years. You lazy stupid dork, it is YOUR responsibility to petition for her, you can do it yourself, pay an attorney, or get a Non-Governmental Organization to help you. You wife, if she is teaching at Harvard, should be fired for being so stupid for:
1) marrying you
2) for not stopping by the International Student Office which know more than immigraiton attorneys about how to file.
Your, wife, as you call her, probably knows all this but can’t fool a US Citizenship and Immigration Services adjudicator into believing that a women with “two masters” is really married to an idiot like you. This woman left her daughter in Africa even though the daughter could come on her petition? I don’t buy it.
Just another sham plugging up the system with fraud.

code7 on April 8, 2007 at 8:15 pm

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