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Dear Editor:
I'm tired of hearing bleeding hearts pandering to the interests of the "illegal alien". Illegals have violated the law and contrary to the assumption of Name Not Provided's letter, illegal aliens are not "law abiding". The other premises set forth therein are so tenuous as to deserve no reply, however, Name Not Provided's illegals offer nothing to the USA except people who have no respect for the law of the land, and no country can function that way. (Not even Mexico, and Mexico is a good example of how a government that does not respect its own law and people is sure to fail, and has). Name Not Provided must understand that it is simply impossible to start with a faulty premise and reach a logical conclusion, regardless of how genuine the heart may be. But here's an idea. Deport, or at least deny all "illegal aliens" any legal status in the US. Then, petition the world for people who would like to fill the jobs the illegals are now filling. Sanction employers, really sanction them, for employing illegals (no mollycoddling like under IRCA of 1986, which is useless), and let the law abiding people now residing in other countries, who have not violated US immigration laws, come to take the jobs the illegals are now filling through a well designed guest worker program. Radical, huh? No rewards for anyone who violates the law and American employers get their needed employees to "do the jobs Americans refuse". Everyone is happy, except the lawbreakers, who do not deserve to be made happy. Let's hear a roaring cheer for legal immigration, which the US needs, and strike a blow against the illegal scoff laws.

David D. Murray, Esq.
Newport Beach, CA