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    Quote Originally Posted by Horn Under a Bad Sign View Post
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    "The dishonest media does not report that any money spent on building the Great Wall (for sake of speed), will be paid back by Mexico later!"
    But you told us he wasn't even going to build a wall. Sad!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AtomHeartBevo View Post
    Begun, the twitter wars have.
    If it goes anything like the meme war of 2016 then libs are in for a whole lot of butthurt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhawk View Post
    If it goes anything like the meme war of 2016 then libs are in for a whole lot of butthurt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocko20 View Post
    But you told us he wasn't even going to build a wall. Sad!
    there will be no wall. etch it in stone. bet the bank. yet another empty campaign promise from the donald.

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    did he really say that? sounds like he is calling us deplorables.

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    So we're going to borrow the money from the Chinese (and future generations of taxpayers) to build a wall that Mexico doesn't want and then Mexico is going to reimburse us for it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4th&Five View Post
    This is true. I don't know why the Mexican government doesn't extend an olive branch by taking measures to stem the flow of drugs into the US, as well as taking measures to stem the flow of illegal immigrants. Hmmmmm

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    Quote Originally Posted by thrillhammer View Post
    there will be no wall. etch it in stone. bet the bank. yet another empty campaign promise from the donald.
    The wall is already there, Trump is just going to finish it with funding from congres.

    Etch it in stone. Bet the bank.
    House Republicans and Donald Trump's team are coalescing around a multi-billion dollar plan to make good on the president-elect's campaign vows to build a wall between the United States and Mexico, according to top Republican lawmakers and aides.

    Republican leaders, in tandem with Trump’s transition staff, are considering using a 2006 law signed by former President George W. Bush that authorized the construction of 700 miles-plus of “physical barrier” on the southern border. The law was never fully implemented and did not include a sunset provision, allowing Trump to pick up where Bush left off — with the help of new money from Congress.
    http://www.politico.com/story/2017/0...er-wall-233237

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    Quote Originally Posted by Texas_Rocks View Post
    This is true. I don't know why the Mexican government doesn't extend an olive branch by taking measures to stem the flow of drugs into the US, as well as taking measures to stem the flow of illegal immigrants. Hmmmmm
    No, no, no. Mexico bears no responsibility for what happens on the border.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thrillhammer View Post
    there will be no wall. etch it in stone. bet the bank. yet another empty campaign promise from the donald.
    I don't think that I would make that bet. They don't even need legislation to build the wall. They already have an authorization and start up funding in place.

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    100% tax on WU and Moneygram wire transfers going to c. and s. america, also seizing cartel assets. BOOM there's the funding. Next.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anastasis View Post
    I don't think that I would make that bet. They don't even need legislation to build the wall. They already have an authorization and start up funding in place.
    Yup, literally Bush did the hard part. A fraction of the wall has already been built, they just never finished it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Texas_Rocks View Post
    This is true. I don't know why the Mexican government doesn't extend an olive branch by taking measures to stem the flow of drugs into the US, as well as taking measures to stem the flow of illegal immigrants. Hmmmmm
    I'd say 60,000 dead Mexicans as victims of our 1) insatiable appetite for drugs and 2) our stupid, stupid "war on drugs" that hasn't reduced drug addiction rates is a pretty hefty "olive branch."

    Would you be willing to sacrifice 60,000 American lives to stem some other country's supply of drugs? I wouldn't. Let them solve their own $#@!ing drug problem.

    Quote Originally Posted by TOR View Post
    100% tax on WU and Moneygram wire transfers going to c. and s. america, also seizing cartel assets. BOOM there's the funding. Next.
    Yeah. No way the folks here will figure 1,000 ways around the tax. Seriously. They'll get "taxed"...because they'll pay an extra 5% to route the money through other countries, etc. Or they'll deposit it in banks with branches/access in the Southern Hemisphere. But Trump won't get any of it.

    And seize cartel assets? Awesome! Let's EXPAND the civil forfeiture process! The burden of proof is on YOU the prove that your house wasn't bought with drug money! $#@! the people having property rights! You're in the United States of muthafuckin' Trump, now! No rights, just winning!

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    [QUOTE=Rocko20;10491873]The wall is already there, Trump is just going to finish it with funding from congress.

    I guess you haven't heard any discussion about the 3 trillion dollars in debt. no responsible congress would approve this. it's the dumbest idea he's ever had, and he's had a slew of them. it will never happen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TOR View Post
    100% tax on WU and Moneygram wire transfers going to c. and s. america, also seizing cartel assets. BOOM there's the funding. Next.
    And, in your mind, those sending money to Mexico will keep using Western Union and Moneygram?

    haha, Christ

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    Quote Originally Posted by thrillhammer View Post
    I guess you haven't heard any discussion about the 3 trillion dollars in debt. no responsible congress would approve this. it's the dumbest idea he's ever had, and he's had a slew of them. it will never happen.
    No one cares about the debt. The only difference between Republicans and Democrats regarding spending is that Democrats want to raise taxes to cover spending and Republicans want to cut taxes to make the pie higher.

    No one cares about spending.

    No one cares about debt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brisketexan View Post
    I'd say 60,000 dead Mexicans as victims of our 1) insatiable appetite for drugs and 2) our stupid, stupid "war on drugs" that hasn't reduced drug addiction rates is a pretty hefty "olive branch."

    Would you be willing to sacrifice 60,000 American lives to stem some other country's supply of drugs? I wouldn't. Let them solve their own $#@!ing drug problem.



    Yeah. No way the folks here will figure 1,000 ways around the tax. Seriously. They'll get "taxed"...because they'll pay an extra 5% to route the money through other countries, etc. Or they'll deposit it in banks with branches/access in the Southern Hemisphere. But Trump won't get any of it.

    And seize cartel assets? Awesome! Let's EXPAND the civil forfeiture process! The burden of proof is on YOU the prove that your house wasn't bought with drug money! $#@! the people having property rights! You're in the United States of muthafuckin' Trump, now! No rights, just winning!
    Goes both ways. None of that absolves the Mexican government for doing virtually nothing to alleviate the situation. I see what you're saying, but the smugglers aren't bringing the drugs into the country as a favor to Americans. $$$$

    And yes, the US "War on Drugs" has been a monumental failure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brisketexan View Post
    I'd say 60,000 dead Mexicans as victims of our 1) insatiable appetite for drugs and 2) our stupid, stupid "war on drugs" that hasn't reduced drug addiction rates is a pretty hefty "olive branch."

    Would you be willing to sacrifice 60,000 American lives to stem some other country's supply of drugs? I wouldn't. Let them solve their own $#@!ing drug problem.



    Yeah. No way the folks here will figure 1,000 ways around the tax. Seriously. They'll get "taxed"...because they'll pay an extra 5% to route the money through other countries, etc. Or they'll deposit it in banks with branches/access in the Southern Hemisphere. But Trump won't get any of it.

    And seize cartel assets? Awesome! Let's EXPAND the civil forfeiture process! The burden of proof is on YOU the prove that your house wasn't bought with drug money! $#@! the people having property rights! You're in the United States of muthafuckin' Trump, now! No rights, just winning!
    If it makes you clowns whine, it must be a good idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Texas_Rocks View Post
    Goes both ways. None of that absolves the Mexican government for doing virtually nothing to alleviate the situation. I see what you're saying, but the smugglers aren't bringing the drugs into the country as a favor to Americans. $$$$

    And yes, the US "War on Drugs" has been a monumental failure.
    "Doing virtually nothing."

    If we arrest someone on drug charges, they go to jail.

    In Mexico, if you arrest someone, they murder the cop's entire family. Yet they've arrested and killed NUMEROUS cartel leaders...and the snake just grows a new head the next day.

    Here, educate yourself just a TINY bit before you shoot your mouth off: http://www.cnn.com/2013/09/02/world/...ar-fast-facts/

    And again, I ask you - would you be willing to sacrifice 60,000 American lives to stop the flow of drugs into, say, Canada?
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    I'm not at all surprised that you so easily blame all that $#@! on the American government. You can argue that the Mexican government has no culpability, and that they'ed be fools to do much, all you want...but it's a bull$#@! argument.

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    An odd take, to lay the full responsibility for the flow of drugs from Mexico into the us on the demand side. I guess all those hillbillies in Appalachia are to blame for the opioid surge and it has nothing to do with pharma or the FDA.

    Mexicans need to make sacrifices, if that's what it takes, to maintain their sovereignty and control over their borders. If they are not willing to make the necessary sacrifices, on a number of different fronts, to maintain control over their border, than in reality they are not a sovereign. Yes, the war on drugs is an abomination, yes there are numerous other things that need to be done to address illegal immigration and drug flow. But Mexico has to take responsibility for the environment that they have created on that side of the border. If they can't, then we need to just roll right across it. Take back Laredo first. I miss my trips to the Cadillac bar and the Mercado with my family when I was a child.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fillmore Slim View Post
    cnn lol no
    It's not an editorial piece - it's a timeline of arrests etc. you can find it elsewhere, if you prefer. Or, you can go on believing that the world is flat and Mexico has done nothing to fight the drug war. I can lead stupid to water, but I can't make you think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anastasis View Post
    An odd take, to lay the full responsibility for the flow of drugs from Mexico into the us on the demand side. I guess all those hillbillies in Appalachia are to blame for the opioid surge and it has nothing to do with pharma or the FDA.

    Mexicans need to make sacrifices, if that's what it takes, to maintain their sovereignty and control over their borders. If they are not willing to make the necessary sacrifices, on a number of different fronts, to maintain control over their border, than in reality they are not a sovereign. Yes, the war on drugs is an abomination, yes there are numerous other things that need to be done to address illegal immigration and drug flow. But Mexico has to take responsibility for the environment that they have created on that side of the border. If they can't, then we need to just roll right across it. Take back Laredo first. I miss my trips to the Cadillac bar and the Mercado with my family when I was a child.
    60,000 dead. That's a pretty solid price tag for their efforts.

    If it was me, I'd say "$#@! my neighbor. Legalize this $#@!, and my people will stop being slaughtered to fight your stupid 'drug war.' In fact, you're on your own. We aren't going to do anything to stem the flow. We declare all drugs legal, and will award government distribution franchises in the coming months."

    Instead, Mexico is doing our bidding, fighting his stupid war, and losing tens of thousands of lives in the process. I don't know what's dumber: us expecting Mexico to do this $#@!, or Mexico actually agreeing to it. Turn the tables, and I'd tell Mexico to get bent.

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    I am with you until you abdicate any interest in control of your border. Once you do that you are inviting the counter party to exert their form of control over the border. For example, by building a wall.

    And just to emphasize. $#@! the war on drugs. Totally on same page there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anastasis View Post
    I am with you until you abdicate any interest in control of your border. Once you do that you are inviting the counter party to exert their form of control over the border. For example, by building a wall.

    And just to emphasize. $#@! the war on drugs. Totally on same page there.
    They have trucks full of soldiers all over the streets of their border towns. We don't.

    There's open combat on their streets between govt forces and cartels.

    You have an odd definition of "abdicate," being that it includes situations where the military is deployed and is in active combat.

    The myth that Mexico isn't doing anything to control its border isn't just a myth - it's a lie.

    We create demand. Supply flows through Mexico. But Mexico is to blame. Even though their fight has led to thousands of deaths of their own citizens. We are a self-absorbed and arrogant bunch here, but come the $#@! on.
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    It's tough to have any reliable relationship or expectation of fair play with a country as corrupt as Mexico... from it's business interests, to it's crime families, to it's government leaders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anastasis View Post
    No, no, no. Mexico bears no responsibility for what happens on the border.

    That is a strawman argument, since nobody has made that claim.

    We're having a discussion about who is going to pay for the wall. My guess is that the Republican Congress and President will vote to complete it but gutlessly NOT raise the revenue to pay for it. So more deficit spending.

    Meanwhile, in the last stats I could find, you're 17,400 times more likely to die of heart disease in the United States than from a terrorist attack.

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    LOL
    Sounds a like New World Order-ly

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChickenNuggets View Post
    It's tough to have any reliable relationship or expectation of fair play with a country as corrupt as Mexico... from it's business interests, to it's crime families, to it's government leaders.
    They have lots of troops and police on the border. Problem is that it's very difficult to tell who is working for the cartels, and who is working against them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Horn Under a Bad Sign View Post
    We're having a discussion about who is going to pay for the wall.
    American taxpayers are. That shouldn't surprise you, unless you are naive. Oh, but "mexicos gonna pay for it." Lol. Please. Trump will try to extract offset from Mexico, but I suspect it will be largely ineffective.

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    All Trump has to do is alter some future bill that was going to provide aid or subsidies to Mexico or Mexican companies. Let's say that bill was going to be $50B. Instead make it $70B but then "charge" Mexico $20B and net the aid/subsidy down to $50B that it was always going to be. Presto. Instant payment for the Wall. Tweet that out and you fulfilled the promise. Trump can play these games all day. And if someone points it out, then tweet out more about the dishonest media. double win.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anastasis View Post
    They have lots of troops and police on the border. Problem is that it's very difficult to tell who is working for the cartels, and who is working against them.
    That's just it. The presence of the military in many situations has more to do with protecting the interests of $favored$ cartels against those of unfavored cartels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BA93 View Post
    All Trump has to do is alter some future bill that was going to provide aid or subsidies to Mexico or Mexican companies. Let's say that bill was going to be $50B. Instead make it $70B but then "charge" Mexico $20B and net the aid/subsidy down to $50B that it was always going to be. Presto. Instant payment for the Wall. Tweet that out and you fulfilled the promise. Trump can play these games all day. And if someone points it out, then tweet out more about the dishonest media. double win.
    we don't give $50B to anyone, not even Israel. there is no amount of foreign aid to mexico that will pay for a stupid wall. it was an empty campaign promise. hope and change. it's unsightly, will save no money, and will serve no purpose. the wall will not be built. what a bunch of "small govt" "cut spending" hypocrites.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thrillhammer View Post
    we don't give $50B to anyone, not even Israel. there is no amount of foreign aid to mexico that will pay for a stupid wall. it was an empty campaign promise. hope and change. it's unsightly, will save no money, and will serve no purpose. the wall will not be built. what a bunch of "small govt" "cut spending" hypocrites.
    Ok. Write up a $50B aid package to Mexico. Then charge them $50B for the wall. Net $0. Done. Only the dishonest media would question such a bold move to make Mexico pay for it. #MAGA

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    Our friends, being neighbors to our diplomatic corp. Wonder what the 'consular official' did, legal attache?
    MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexican prosecutors said Saturday they are searching for a gunman who opened fire on an official of the U.S. consulate in the western city of Guadalajara.

    The Attorney General's Office said Saturday the official was wounded in the attack Friday in Guadalajara. The city is the capital of Jalisco state, which is dominated by the hyper-violent Jalisco New Generation cartel. There was no immediate evidence of any cartel link to the attack.

    Surveillance video of the attack shows the gunman following the official in a parking garage. The official, whose name was not released, was dressed in shorts.

    The shooting appeared to be a direct attempt to kill the consular employee.

    In the video, the attacker doesn't appear to try to approach the official while he is walking, but instead waits for him to exit the parking garage in his vehicle and fires a round into the car's windshield.

    The consulate said on its Facebook page that the FBI is offering a $20,000 reward for information on the attacker.

    Guadalajara is Mexico's second largest city and is not specifically singled out for any special precautions in the latest U.S. travel warning updated on Dec. 8.

    The U.S. Embassy in Mexico City said that for privacy reasons no further information would be made available on the victim, including his condition.

    "The safety and security of our employees overseas is among our highest priorities," said an embassy spokeswoman who was not authorized to be quoted by name. "We are working closely with Mexican law enforcement ?in this matter."

    The Attorney General's Office said the victim was in "stable" condition and under protection, apparently at a local hospital. The office said the case was being handled by federal detectives. An attack on diplomatic personnel would be considered a federal crime in Mexico.

    U.S. consular employees and other U.S. agents have been attacked in Mexico in the past; the attackers have usually argued the attacks were cases of mistaken identity.

    In 2014, a Mexican gang leader was sentenced to life in prison for his role in the 2010 slayings in the border city of Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, of a U.S. consulate employee, her husband and the husband of another employee.

    Prosecutors said Arturo Gallegos Castrellon was in charge of a team of assassins with the Barrio Azteca, a gang allied with the Juarez drug cartel, and had ordered the three slayings.

    The killings of U.S. consulate employee Leslie Ann Enriquez Catton, her husband, Arthur Redfels, and Alberto Salcido Ceniceros, the husband of another consulate employee, as they left a children's birthday party were a mistake, former gang members testified during the trial.

    Redfels was driving a white SUV that was very similar to a vehicle that Gallegos Castrellon had marked as a target for his team of assassins because they thought it belonged to members of the rival Sinaloa cartel.

    In 2012, uniformed police pumped 152 bullets into a U.S. Embassy vehicle carrying two CIA officers and a Mexican Navy captain. The police officers, who wounded the Americans and face attempted murder charges, initially said the people they attacked were in uniform and marked cars, and that they had responded to fire from the SUV. But details of the attorney general's investigation said those attacked were in street clothes, riding in unmarked vehicles (including two of their personal cars) and under order at all times from their commanding officers.

    A Mexican drug cartel lieutenant pleaded guilty in 2013 to murder and attempted murder of an officer or employee of the United States in the Feb. 15, 2011, shootings of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents.

    The attackers acknowledged they were members of a Los Zetas Cartel hit squad and directly participated in the attack, which resulted in the death of ICE agent Jaime Zapata and the wounding of his colleague Victor Avila, both based in Texas.

    According to court documents, a commander in Los Zetas Cartel tried to hijack the agents' armored government vehicle as it was driving on Highway 57 in San Luis Potosi. After hit squads forced the vehicle off the road and surrounded it, the Zetas commander ordered the U.S. agents to get out. The agents refused and tried to identify themselves in Spanish as diplomats from the American embassy, but the hit squad members fired into the vehicle, striking both of them.
    https://www.yahoo.com/news/gunman-sh...162604793.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anastasis View Post
    American taxpayers are.

    Really? Are their plans to raise the taxes to build it, or is it just going to go on the tab? Because, as you know, we're running huge budget deficits each year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Horn Under a Bad Sign View Post
    Really? Are their plans to raise the taxes to build it, or is it just going to go on the tab? Because, as you know, we're running huge budget deficits each year.
    I think you know the answer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BA93 View Post
    Ok. Write up a $50B aid package to Mexico. Then charge them $50B for the wall. Net $0. Done. Only the dishonest media would question such a bold move to make Mexico pay for it. #MAGA
    I think you're smart enough to realize that plan means $50B will be added to the debt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thrillhammer View Post
    I guess you haven't heard any discussion about the 3 trillion dollars in debt. no responsible congress would approve this. it's the dumbest idea he's ever had, and he's had a slew of them. it will never happen.

    Congress is controlled by the GOP, it will be built. It has already been built, it just isn't finished yet.

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    Rocko, how dense is your skull? Is your brain solid concrete? If there was an iq test for shaggy posters I am just as confident that you would be in the bottom percentile as I am that the wall will not be built. We have 600 miles of fence already, and that cost approx. $1M/mile. A huge sum that has been tacked onto our deficit. The wall would be more even more expensive. Some have estimated it will cost $12B. What happened to your small government? What happened to your cutting spending? Empty promises. Hope and change and all that. If you like your small government, you can keep your small government.

    In addition, the $600M we've spent on the fence has done nothing to reduce drug use in America. nothing to reduce the wealth of the drug dealers or cartel violence. so a smart man would at least consider what you are getting for the money. secondly, we have more border patrol agents now than we did before the fence. no savings in building it. will the Donald be able to lay off agents to help offset this wall of his? no. no reduced payroll, no smaller government. thirdly, it is ugly and nobody wants it. landowners don't want it on their land and don't want to sell to the feds. many landowners down there know migrants are coming across their land and even leave water out for them. they don't call ins when they see migrants on their land. fourthly, it's beautiful land (if you think deserts can be beautiful, which I do), and the wall, besides being unsightly, will hinder animal migrations. Fifth and foremost, the drugs are not coming across the land. the drugs, and migrants, are driving right across the bridge. driving right past the noses of border patrol agents every day. homeland security estimates that they intercept 10% of the loads. so if we capture $300K worth of drugs, or US dollars heading south, $3M is getting through. if you want to increase spending, spend more on bridges, dogs, and agents. you know, like a jobs program. lets not rely on instinct to determine if we should scan this car or that. lets scan every car.

    trump sold the wall to the gullible morons in the Midwest, old people that think terrorists are swimming the river and walking across the desert. its a stupid and expensive and will help in no way, and I believe congress will be smart enough to see this. just like they are learning to realize they cant repeal Obamacare without a similar, and likely just as costly, a health plan. we'll just call it trumpcare instead, but make no mistake, it's really still Obamacare.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thrillhammer View Post
    Rocko, how dense is your skull? Is your brain solid concrete? If there was an iq test for shaggy posters I am just as confident that you would be in the bottom percentile as I am that the wall will not be built. We have 600 miles of fence already, and that cost approx. $1M/mile. A huge sum that has been tacked onto our deficit. The wall would be more even more expensive. Some have estimated it will cost $12B. What happened to your small government? What happened to your cutting spending? Empty promises. Hope and change and all that. If you like your small government, you can keep your small government.

    In addition, the $600M we've spent on the fence has done nothing to reduce drug use in America. nothing to reduce the wealth of the drug dealers or cartel violence. so a smart man would at least consider what you are getting for the money. secondly, we have more border patrol agents now than we did before the fence. no savings in building it. will the Donald be able to lay off agents to help offset this wall of his? no. no reduced payroll, no smaller government. thirdly, it is ugly and nobody wants it. landowners don't want it on their land and don't want to sell to the feds. many landowners down there know migrants are coming across their land and even leave water out for them. they don't call ins when they see migrants on their land. fourthly, it's beautiful land (if you think deserts can be beautiful, which I do), and the wall, besides being unsightly, will hinder animal migrations. Fifth and foremost, the drugs are not coming across the land. the drugs, and migrants, are driving right across the bridge. driving right past the noses of border patrol agents every day. homeland security estimates that they intercept 10% of the loads. so if we capture $300K worth of drugs, or US dollars heading south, $3M is getting through. if you want to increase spending, spend more on bridges, dogs, and agents. you know, like a jobs program. lets not rely on instinct to determine if we should scan this car or that. lets scan every car.

    trump sold the wall to the gullible morons in the Midwest, old people that think terrorists are swimming the river and walking across the desert. its a stupid and expensive and will help in no way, and I believe congress will be smart enough to see this. just like they are learning to realize they cant repeal Obamacare without a similar, and likely just as costly, a health plan. we'll just call it trumpcare instead, but make no mistake, it's really still Obamacare.


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    $1MM a mile? How much for a mine field?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteelCityBlue View Post
    $1MM a mile? How much for a mine field?
    How much for four of these per mile?


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