Undocumented immigrants — that means they are here illegally basically against the law, and their kids are kind of stuck, as the paper of Saturday June 2 put it. And whose fault is it? Their parents of course, and they should have known better. the law is the law and nobody is above or beyond it.

Immigrants come here because they want a better life. It is the easy out. They come to escape the tyranny, crime, and dictatorial power at home, when they should gather together and change their own system as we did back in 1776.

My great-grandfathers, Norwegian and German, came to the United States back in the 1840s. They came under the law and were later naturalized citizens and they learned to speak English, our native language. And, yes, I am proud of them. They followed the law. They are my heritage.

Trump is doing what he said he would do. Don't blame him or what many call trouble. He is having his people follow the law, as should every law abiding citizen. And I could go on, but I believe you all know what and to whom I'm referring. Yes, the law is the law; break it and you must suffer the consequences.

David Wiemer, Burlington