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Old Yesterday, 08:13 PM
 
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The guns go to Mexico in the back of trucks. Not over the wall.

The resistance is to Trump's wall which is simply a monument to his ineptitude. Practical barriers to funnel people to ports of entry and to prevent urban passage are perfectly reasonable.

that the walls are thought needed to control asylum seekers is just another example of the inability of the present administration to do its job. Asylum seekers are not illegal aliens and should be handled smoothly and promptly. Most will be returned home but it should be done with care and good will.
Asylum seekers crossing illegally will be treated as law breakers until proven otherwise. Walls only stop those wanting to cross illegally, regardless of their intentions.
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Old Yesterday, 10:56 PM
 
Location: Pittsburgh, not Paris. #MAGA.
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The Democrat Party never ceases to disgust me. What a damn disgrace.
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Old Today, 07:39 AM
 
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It's not Trump's wall. It is merely the completion of the wall already approved by congress back in 2006. Were they inept to do so? I don't think so! There is no plan to put a wall on our entire border just where it is feasible and that is what congress approved of back in 2006 so what's the problem? Walls do deter illegal entry there is no question about it. No one is claiming that they are 100% effective but that's not a realistic goal anyway. The point is that where the good walls are already in place they have been very effective in "reducing" illegal entry.


Certainly walls, doors, windows and locks are an effective deterrant to unwanted entry of our homes and businesses otherwise why do we have these security measures in place? It's just a silly argument put forth by those who just want the flow of illegal aliens to continue on our border.
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