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Immigration??

Reader comment on item: [Hesham Hedayet and] Border Agencies in Denial

Submitted by John C. Novak (United States), Oct 20, 2002 at 17:42

Closing the borders at this time is not enough. The government must deport all illegal aliens and their families. No more open door policies to the entire world.

All Student Visas should be denied and green cards should be abolished.

Additionally, although we keep sending manufacturing factories and jobs overseas, all of these people still come here,
many of whom are sick or are criminals. costing this country more than we can afford.
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