Tired of listening to the ‘left-wing loonies’ complain

Editor,

I am sick and tired of listening to left-wing loonies complain about our immigration system, especially those that may or may not separate mothers and fathers from their children for a short period of time.

In the first place, if the parents had not come here illegally this would never have become an issue.

Second, here in the United States every day, thousands of American mothers are separated from their children forever. Only here, thanks to our “wonderful” court system and wacky judges, they do it legally.

In fact, they pay doctors to murder their children; it’s called abortion. Kind of a new extradition law for American parents who do not want their children.

Not exactly something we should be proud of, but if the loonies want some ridiculous law, sooner or later they will get what they want.

Richard Ays,

Oak Harbor

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