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6 young illegal immigrants arrested in Ga. protest

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  • J. Adams Sandy, UT
    June 28, 2011 2:58 p.m.

    No illegal alien has the right to demand anything in the United States. I feel sorry for their illegal status, however, deportation is the most compassionate thing to do.

  • Liberal Ted Salt Lake City, UT
    June 28, 2011 3:14 p.m.

    "It's time to stand up and let the world know that we need to fight for what we believe in," said Nataly Ibarra, a 16-year-old high school student.

    Go home and fight for it then.

    It never stops amazing me how many people are willing to disrupt our lives, so they can rob us and demand "rights, money, change our language, accomadate them" attitude that they have.

    If they are soo proud of where they come from, then why leave? If there life was soo much better than why come here?

    The fact of the matter is, they come from corrupt nations that aren't capable of honestly picking their own nose. Our nation is corrupt enough without adding more of the world dependents here.

    Go home, get an education, apply for citizenship, or make your country into the most wonderful place in the world. But, don't come here demanding that we give you everything you want.

    I'm pretty sure I wouldn't have the right in your country to sit down and make those kinds of demands.

  • JBrady Murray, Ut
    June 28, 2011 5:42 p.m.

    At 16 years of age, you have two years left to prepare to do things right. Between 18 and 18.5 years of age, you can return home and apply for legal residency or a student visa. This is the true Dream act, as you are moved to the front of the line.

    If you don't, then your status here is just as illegal as your parents, it's a choice you chose to make as an adult.

    For those over 18.5, you made your choice to not make things right. It was your choice to remain here illegally.