King mistaken on immigration reform

The Gazette Opinion Staff
Published: May 23 2013 | 11:10 am - Updated: 28 March 2014 | 3:42 pm in
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Recently, Fourth District Iowa Congressman Steve King spoke to a group in Cedar Rapids. King stated that he will do everything possible to defeat a bipartisan immigration reform bill that is currently being debated in the Senate.

Unless King is a full-blooded American Indian, he has no business throwing darts at a bill that could bring illegal immigration to a trickle. Too bad that the Indians didnít send Kingís forefathers back to their country they originally come from.

When our country is in a deep recession, King should be delighted, because that greatly reduces the flow of immigrants wanting to come into the United States. The only crime that many of the immigrants committed was doing more than an honest dayís work and they had to come illegally to be exploited.

This is America and kings donít rule our country. Steve King acts like a king and everything has to be his way.

Paul Adams

Stanwood

 

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