Traverse City Record-Eagle


February 13, 2014

Another View: Politicians point fingers, don’t admit discord


Ideally, reform would address the fact there are many people in this country illegally whose only real crime is working hard to pursue opportunities. It’s hard to rationally argue that deporting them would be in the nation’s interest.

Yet rules exist for a reason. So reform should come with methods that are tough on violators, both illegal aliens and those who might hire them.

Instead, it appears that America can look for years of additional uncertainty on the immigration front.

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