I just want to start this post by saying I heartily agree that immigrants who apply and come to this country legally should be able to, and those that come across illegally are breaking the nation's laws and should be deported. That being said, I am fearful for my children. They are both adopted from Guatemala. They don't look like me. They look like the "invaders" that everyone decries. They are legal US citizens, entitled to every right afforded by law. But because they are hispanic, I worry that when they are grown, they will still have to "prove" that they are legal. I worry that they will still be looked down on as "invaders", even though they had no decision in they're coming here. Why can't we discuss the immigration problem without resorting flaming people's fears about "invaders" and overblowing the fringe Aztlan movement (and yes, this is a fringe movement, kinda like the Aryan Brotherhood)? Is it because we're not scared of the English speaking white Europeans to our north, who have very open borders, and where the US has actually caught a few terrorists coming in? I like reading posts here, and fellowshiping when I can, but the rhetoric has reached new highs. Or lows. I just ask that you realize that your words and actions have an impact reaching beyond the immigration debate.