The United States of America is a nation of law and order. It must be. The laws protect our citizens for that is the primary role of government. That's what I was taught in school anyway. It is also the basis for the "To protect and serve" motto many law enforcement agencies use.

ICE is an enforcement organization. Those who would look to whether ICE acted correctly, or if Palermo's Pizza acted correctly are missing the most. It wouldn't be an issue if the question of someone's legal status was not a question. Are we not supposed to enforce immigration laws?

As an American with Mexican ancestry, I understand the issues. I stand opposed to illegal immigration and support legal immigration.