Re "Myths on migrants debunked" (Marcos Breton, Feb. 17): Marcos Breton, like so many others who argue the legal versus illegal immigration issues, can't seem to get it straight. Anti-illegal immigration and anti-immigration are distinctly different concepts. We all understand that our country was formed largely by immigrants. I know of no one who thinks legal immigration should be stopped. There is certainly room for improvement including a practical guest worker program.
But please stop confusing that near universal acceptance with being anti-immigrant. That broad brush, slanderous game of grammar must end. It is a shallow, sneaky technique.
-- Lon Kurtzman, Folsom