Watch and Listen: California town reacts as border crisis hits Main Street

As the crisis of illegal immigrants flooding into America reaches Main Street, residents of the San Diego suburb of Murrieta attended a town meeting Thursday to vent their feelings, with one man receiving applause when he told a federal officials to refer to the immigrants as illegal, because "they came here illegally." The same debate is being played out in other U.S. communities as residents are being asked to absorb the tidal wave of illegal immigrants pouring in through Mexico and other nations, including Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador.