Why Won't They Just Build A Wall To Stop Illegal Immigration???

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    It would be a huge job obviously....

    But not only would it save us money from keeping illegals out... It would also obviously provide a TON of temp jobs for the project.

    I see no reason why this isn't getting done other than people just being lazy and not giving a shit about our country that is going down the drain.
     
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    SHHHHH

    That makes too much sense. You can't have politicians do something so simple. It's beneath them.♠
     
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    Building a wall to keep them out is as stupid an idea as rounding them up and putting them all on buses to send them back.
     
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    I know a few guys that worked on the wall they built east of Nogales. They said that they would build a section, return the next day and part of it would be cut away for scrap. From what I have heard the only sections that have not suffered being cut are the ones near the guard stations I have old friends from childhood that still own a ranch south of Sunsites, and there is no fence on most of the border. I just got back from a week down on the Grapevine training horses. We were joking that since there are places where the border isn't fenced or clearly marked, we crossed it a few times and were wondering what the penalty is for smuggleing livestock (horses)in and out of Mexico.
     
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    yeah let's just rubber stamp them all as citizens when they cross. Just think of the money we'll save by getting rid if I.C.E.
     
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    Our state assembly in Arizona approved a bill last week to allocate 200k to bring back the minutemen, that controversial citizen's militia group to patrol the AZ/Mexico border. The gov says she will sign it.
     
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    What will you do when they start digging tunnels or scaling the wall? There's not enough manpower to guard every mile of the 2000 mile border.
     
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    Dogs, land mines, seismic sensors, use your imagination.

    Shit let's pull all our soldiers out of Europe and have them stand post actually defending their own country for a change.
     
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    That would be my thought on the matter! Fences are not practical and far too costly to build and maintain.

    As for building tunnels underneath - they are already doing a fine job of that - some complete with electricity, finished walls, etc. They end up under manhole covers, etc. in American cities.
     
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    Please tell me for your sake that this is somehow an attempted humor reply...
     

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