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Old Yesterday, 07:10 AM
 
Location: Pennsylvania
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BIG difference between a wall around ones house and one covering the Southern part of the U.S.
Privacy is the main reason people have a wall. When people can dig UNDER a wall said wall becomes a waste of taxpayers money.
BS. Security is the reason people have walls, privacy is a secondary concern.
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Old Yesterday, 07:25 AM
 
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BIG difference between a wall around ones house and one covering the Southern part of the U.S.
Privacy is the main reason people have a wall. When people can dig UNDER a wall said wall becomes a waste of taxpayers money.
Bull****. A wall around your house is for security, not privacy.

I dont have a wall around my house, but i do have 4 ft tall picket fence on my front yard so people dont have their dogs take a dump on my grass
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Old Yesterday, 07:27 AM
 
Location: San Diego
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BIG difference between a wall around ones house and one covering the Southern part of the U.S.
Privacy is the main reason people have a wall. When people can dig UNDER a wall said wall becomes a waste of taxpayers money.
The San Diego sector has brought II to a standstill here. It OBVIOUSLY works.
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Old Yesterday, 07:29 AM
 
Location: San Diego
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Like my grandpa used to say. Good fences make for good neighbors.... Especially if one neighbor likes to trespass more than they should!!!!!
That and if their neighbors next to them want your stuff as bad as your neighbors do too.
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Old Yesterday, 02:57 PM
 
Location: Knoxville, TN
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BIG difference between a wall around ones house and one covering the Southern part of the U.S.
Actually, not really. It's simply a matter of security and keeping people out who shouldn't be there.

It's pretty much the same thing.
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Old Yesterday, 03:09 PM
 
Location: Rutherfordton,NC
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BS. Security is the reason people have walls, privacy is a secondary concern.
It depends on what type of fence ones talking about.


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Bull****. A wall around your house is for security, not privacy.

I dont have a wall around my house, but i do have 4 ft tall picket fence on my front yard so people dont have their dogs take a dump on my grass
So anyone but a Hobbit can easily get over your fence.



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The San Diego sector has brought II to a standstill here. It OBVIOUSLY works.
Link? Because even the border patrol knows understands that they are digging UNDER these fences.
Trump was even showed pictures of them. I guess conservatives ignored that part. Go figure.

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Actually, not really. It's simply a matter of security and keeping people out who shouldn't be there.

It's pretty much the same thing.
Again, what type of fence are you referring too?
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Old Yesterday, 03:11 PM
 
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Trump finally gets his wall.



Democrats heads exploding.



Great Day in America.
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Old Yesterday, 03:34 PM
 
Location: Knoxville, TN
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Again, what type of fence are you referring too?
I don't have a problem with intruders, but if I put a fence up it would be 8' (tallest allowable by law) to keep people out.

I'm looking to put a pool in--by law you have to have a 6 foot fence so strangers won't jump in your pool and drown.
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Old Yesterday, 05:30 PM
 
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The San Diego sector has brought II to a standstill here. It OBVIOUSLY works.

Exactly, and no one has tunneled under them successfully either. The last person that tried to climb over the good walls broke both legs trying. These pro-illegals are so desperate to keep our border unsecured that they lie like a rug about the effectiveness of the good walls in place already in spite of the facts presented to them.
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Old Yesterday, 05:53 PM
 
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LOL a wall that won't work. Does Nancy Pelosi have a wall around her mansion? Why do you think she does?
Oh, are you referencing the white mansion she supposedly owns? Which actually isn't hers? She has a red brick house with no fence.

There is a fence around her winery, but it's more decorative than hardcore security or anything. When Laura Loomer pulled her stunt there, you can see that the wall is shorter than her by quite a bit...falls under her bust as she is standing against it.
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