I got an email from a listener. We are always glad to hear from you folks... I think. Let me read it to you. "I know that you are blindly following the talking points of the ag industry that want to keep their illegal cheap labor. However. I wonder if you have taken the time to realize some of the consequences of your actions. I thought I would take the time to tell you about them since you have not taken the time to find them on your own. It is a fact that most farmers tend to be on the red state side of the political isle, however, in the most recent election most Hispanics voted for the dems. If you give 30 million people the right to vote, then you have sealed the defeat of the red states such as Texas. Farmers may get their cheap labor, but the dems elected by the new leftist Hispanics will implement policies that will hurt famers in other areas. Such as regulation and government monitoring. I think that in a service to real law following Americans you should at least do some research instead blindly following the talking points of the ag industry. You might also consider that both the workers who are illegal and the farmers that hire them are breaking us law and should not be rewarded, or maybe you don't care about the law, and just want to get what you want." I have three responses. Whether it is 30 million people or 100 million, giving people the right to vote is the will of the people. You talk about the red states, did you really mean redneck? Finally, I don't remember doing a story on immigration. Might you think about anger management?