The writer of "Immigrant licenses would make all safer" [Letters, Jan. 26] overlooks several important points.
A driver's license is a privilege, not a right. A driver's license is accepted as proof of identity and proof that the driver has a legal right to be in this country.
Immigrants who are in this country illegally do not have a right to be in this country. They are not immigrants. They are trespassers at best, invaders at worst.
Our immigration system is not broken; it is being ignored. This is the equivalent of telling legal immigrants that they are stupid for obeying the law and waiting to come here legally.
Judith Durah, Spring Creek