So why do we need a wall?


#326

Lol. Fascinating.


#327

Which specific areas are you talking about?


#328

False, barriers are certainly there.


#329

I’m assuming you are referring to those parked in tents waiting for their turn? I don’t see them climbing any walls. They are waiting their turn.

Legally.


#330

Ask Grassroots.


#331

A chain link fence with holes isn’t a serious barrier.


#333

Exactly, calling the caravans a national emergency is lie, thanks for pointing that out!

They are parked in tents legally waiting for their turn.


#334

You are certainly welcome to your opinion. :wink:


#335

While that is a falsehood, it is interesting to note that Trump can’t even get Mexico to pay for that! LOL!


#336

If you say so. I guess when you think about it, I am kind of fascinating. Thanks for the compliment. :blush:


#337

We should definitely shut down the government and have an emergency prime time address by the president… about people waiting for their turn, legally, in tents!


#338

The second they even attempt to enter the country through anything other than an authorized point of entry they become “illegals”. That is an “illegal entry into the US.”


#339

Time now for some good ole fashion Trump bashing. We both knew it was only a matter of time.

I guess this means we are done. :+1:


#340

It’s amazing how they haven’t, huh?

You would think they would just walk a few miles and walk right in our terrible un-walled border, huh?


#341

If there are loopholes in the law, why doesn’t congress fix them?


#342

He is embarrassing, I don’t blame you.


#343

Million dollar question.


#344

That’s not the fascinating part. But I’m happy you are happy.


#345

How’d the Great Wall of China, the Maginot Line, and the Berlin Wall work in accomplishing their intended purposes?


#346

That many illegals wouldn’t go unnoticed if en masse they made a move towards an unsecured part of the border. It would be a simple matter to interdict them and forcibly prevent them from crossing.