Chucky said Dr. Baer's analogy of an illegal alien to Jean Valjean in Les Miserables was meritless and an insult to Americans. It is he who misleads and insults the intelligence of literate Americans when he attempts to equate committed terrorists who prostitute immigration laws with immigrants who choose the welfare of their families over obedience to US immigration laws and steal the opportunity to work.
Perhaps Chucky would like to take the pledge of Javert: "The welfare of my family will always take second place to the sanctity of laws."
Mr. Rangerís comments on Les Miserables indicated he has never read the work but his descriptive monologue several days ago on Mexicans displayed a rich fantasy life which includes horses.
In Friday's epistle he wrote, "Let them (deported immigrants) try to come back later as legal migrants (after a 5 year penalty for their illegal attempt) as others properly do." Perhaps he would like to suggest some provision of the law under which rural Mexicans with no family here and little education could "properly" apply.
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