Many of your e-mails dealt with the proposed new immigration bill co-sponsored by Senators John McCain and Ted Kennedy. Some excerpts:
Lou Kisch, Tucson, AZ: "I am a past McCain supporter but his proposed bill is a smokescreen. McCain, it seems, is only concerned about himself, not his constituents."
Maryella Vause, Blanco, TX: "Mr. O, it would be wrong to place the military on the border. That is a hostile act towards Mexico. Give the immigration authorities the resources to stop drugs, criminals and terrorists."
Chris Kidd, Fort Carson, CO: "I disagree with putting the National Guard on the border. The Guard is already stretched to the breaking point."
Pvt. Daniel Roletto, Baghdad, Iraq: "It is the law that entry to the United States must be done through proper channels. Anyone who looks the other way is turning his back on the American people."