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  1. When I espouse immigration enforcement it is because the laws are being ignored. I, over the years, have known my immigrant neighbors in several states where I resided. One of my favorite memories is of a Guatemalan family purchasing their first home some six years after escaping death squads in their native country. They came, asked for asylum and after receiving legal status built a live in a small town in Missouri. My point, you might ask, is that they did it legally. I have had many more experiences of success from legal immigration. It has become a situation, that when one expresses concern, one is painted as racist or biased. We need to get beyond that somehow.

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