Editor's Note: Monday night’s edition of AC360° brought questions from viewers who want to know why the suspect in the Chandra Levy case is not being referred to as an illegal immigrant. We also heard from more of you with comments and opinions about the state of the economy, and a few of you wrote in to explain to Anderson what “huckleberries” are. Take a look at some of what we heard on these subjects, then tell us what YOU have to say:
Why didn't you mention on your news show that the man who supposedly murdered Chandra Levy is an illegal immigrant?
It appears to me that our nation is returning to the years when we had millions collecting Welfare. The greed of corporate America has literally crippled our country by outsourcing our jobs. I can't imagine these corporate executives did not realize that they were destroying America and Americans. Now that we are all unemployed and homeless they may as well stop importing goods because we have no funds with which to buy anything they import, while those in foreign countries, where our jobs were exported, are living like we were once able to.
After watching a show that was discussing a menu for a dinner at the Whitehouse, Mr. Cooper & his guest seemed to be unsure about what a huckleberry was...So I felt a need to clear that up! They are a berry that is a little smaller that a blueberry but much sweeter. They are found usually in higher elevations of the mountains and to my knowledge are not commercially grown. I know we have them here in Washington and in northern parts of Idaho and Oregon. They truly are the best ever!!! So if he should ever be in the area he really should try something huckleberry!!!
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