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I agreement there: it's another political smokescreen.
I think that the overall approach is flawed. In Boston, most of the janitorial, kitchen, and similar low skill, low pay, jobs are held by immigrants. We probably have mostly legals here (say 70%), although many are Salvadoreans on the TPS program.
I don't begrudge people coming in here for a better life: far from it-that's what we do in America.
But to give Temporary Permanent status to anyone that is in violation of the law flys in the face of the laws we uphold, and makes a mockery of the immigration system.
99. A smiley face is not used to mark a minefield.
100. Claymore mines are not filled with yummy candy, and it is wrong to tell new soldiers that they are.
101. I am not allowed to mount a bayonet on a crew-served weapon.