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I don't believe David Utterback's letter (07/14/2008) has taken into consideration the will of Allah. Not everyone in the world is a Christian. Not everyone believes the Bible is "the word of God" and in fact, not everyone believes in God. Immigration is based on the laws of man and changing times.
David D. Murray, Esq.
Newport Beach, CA
Regarding the yesterday's letters (7/15/08 ID), the letter of R. Algase continues the
hyperbole by suggesting that there is any "wall", barrier or movement
against Americans learning a foreign language or of cultures and the
preposterous conclusion of: "the same kind of fanaticism" that led to
9/11 which actually was made possible by lax entry and enforcement
policies and made it easy for terrorists to overstay visas and obtain
drivers licenses. If there are sad stories regarding legitimate
enforcement of our laws, the blame should be upon all those millions who
have taken advantage of our hospitality and laws. The letter of D.
Murray misses the lesson of the failed McCain/Kennedy amnesty of last
year, that enforcement and entry restriction is what is needed now, as
even McCain now agrees, not another 1986 amnesty fiasco. It is because
of previous lax policies that we have so many illegals, and they are not
all "raspberry pickers". It is the Globalists/Multi-Nationalist agenda
that has misdirected US into foreign affairs, and also led to 9/11,
which Geo. Washington warned against, and with which I agree. Similarly,
it is the business and special interests that push for an unwise, excess
of entry numbers.
Regarding the R. Yang letter's rantings, as "paranoia" means 'extreme
suspiciousness', I admit to that about Reconquista, but the "delusional"
claim is entirely upon those who deny this reality. The RY letter
insults US and religion and then displays it's own "hypocrisy" by
stating that there should be some entry restriction, but then we have no
right "to restrict others' human rights to survive and prosper". We have
every right to restrict entry based upon conditions today and others are
free to "survive and prosper" in their own countries. America is more
than a marketplace or the world's polyglot employment agency.
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