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Dear Editor:

Benjamin Lowe's letter from November 29 seems to confuse right and wrong. Regardless of Thomas Aquinas distinction between bad acts, there is absolutely a connection between breaking the law and morality. Deciding that one can break a law because that individual considers it arcane or bizarre doesn't (or shouldn't) shield one from punishment for that decision. If one can decide to "technically" break immigration law then what keeps them from deciding to break other laws? Our decisions, good or bad, are based on our moral character and certainly, on our honesty.

Sincerely,
LL


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