Letters to the Editor

Sick of immigration

The United States is experiencing a resurgence of tuberculosis cases in our southern border, primarily among the recent throng of illegal immigrants.

In several of our eastern states, where many of these same illegal immigrants were sent by our government, the enterovirus, which is common in Central America, is killing our children.

Now, we are seeing the start of a possible Ebola epidemic, brought into the country by someone who should never have been allowed entry to the U.S.A.

There is no logical reason that the government shouldn’t stop travel from West African countries immediately to stop possible Ebola threats.

We must also seal our southern and northern borders before we face more disease problems. If we don’t act now, we may very well see a resurgence of polio or something worse.

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