Morgan Liddick on immigration |

Morgan Liddick on immigration

Tom ParsonsBroomfield

I read it and had to read it again. Yes … there it was. Morgan Liddick said it in his column (And On the Right, June 18) concerning immigration. He used the word “humanitarian” in a positive way when mentioning important factors to consider when searching for a solution to immigration. Somewhat in disbelief, but with hope, I read on and was treated to his bold assertion that indeed a legislative solution is possible for those immigrants who seek a better life here in America. At this point Liddick really had my interest. However, my anticipation to learn something turned to disappointment. Expecting to read about a solution which Liddick could endorse, I found instead the now familiar refrain of personal attacks; criticisms, interestingly enough, targeting people with the moxy to publicly put forth solutions of their own. Morgan Liddick has been accused of lacking many things by his detractors – lacking courage has never been one of them. I look forward in the weeks to come when Mr. Liddick, taking his turn in the proverbial barrel, shares his ideas for immigration reform with the readership of the Summit Daily News. Not that he needs it, but he has my support in doing so.

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