Pelosi and Schumer confirm they have no intention to stop the invasion at our border

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#81
These "questions", which really aren't. have been hashed over so many times that there's a huge backlog of "answers" for libs to find to contradict any answer they solicit. The only reason to keep asking them is delay and deflect ala the Dems in congress.
In the end the libs will never agree to wall anyway so the only real answer is the Pelosi rule, "We have to pass it to find out what's in it".
As I predicted, no answer and only avoidance. Positive zombie test...
 
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#83
As I predicted, no answer and only avoidance. Positive zombie test...
That's because the zombies didn't put any thought into those questions before they started cheering at Trumps stupidity. Now, they're too embarrassed to admit that they made fools out of themselves.

It's a lot like gamblers who don't know when to leave the table and lose everything chasing 'the win'.

Bless their hearts.
 
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These "questions", which really aren't. have been hashed over so many times that there's a huge backlog of "answers" for libs to find to contradict any answer they solicit. The only reason to keep asking them is delay and deflect ala the Dems in congress.
In the end the libs will never agree to wall anyway so the only real answer is the Pelosi rule, "We have to pass it to find out what's in it".
Why did Trump fail to get his "wall" when Republicans had complete control of all three branches of government?
 
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Because now it's just stupid.
There are fences and walls in populated areas, now Trump wants to build a wall where there aren't any people.
Those areas could be effectively policed with an upgrade of technology, for a lot less money.
He had a chance to make a deal, he blew it, he is a bad negotiator, all his complex deals ended in bankruptcy.


And answer this question, in the first two years of his administration, he built ZERO wall. Because the GOP controlled congress wouldn't give him the money, because they thought it was stupid.
If it was so important, why didn't he bring it up with Mitch and Paul, his ass licking rubber stamps.
Why does he think Nancy will give him what Mitch and Paul wouldn't?
Congress didn't get the wall because the Dems in the Senate wouldn't vote for it to make the 60 vote pass line. When McConnell said he didn't have the votes he means Democrat votes. If the Reps had a 60 vote majority the wall would be half done by now. Please stop with the old worn out why didn't they pass it when they had a majority.

Wanna see what Tech gets ya?
 
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#86
Explain how the average employer will be able to determine if a person is an illegal alien?
There are established web-based, near instant methods to check the validity of Social Security numbers, but apparently not working during the shut-down.
 
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That's because the zombies didn't put any thought into those questions before they started cheering at Trumps stupidity. Now, they're too embarrassed to admit that they made fools out of themselves.

It's a lot like gamblers who don't know when to leave the table and lose everything chasing 'the win'.

Bless their hearts.
The sunk cost trap...
 
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@Bad Bob

Explain how travelling through a wall the size & strength of the image I posted is on par with the difficulty or ease of continuous open land.

It defies both both common sense & the basic laws of physics.
You're missing the point. Walls have effectiveness, but they are not a cure-all for illegal immigration. A wall does nothing to stop the ~40% of illegals who come to the US legally and simply overstay their visa. A wall does nothing to remove the 12 million illegals (30 million if you believe Donald Trump). So you are advocating spending $50 Billion to build a wall and $25 Billion per year to maintain and staff it whereas I'm suggesting solutions that are cheaper, more effective and solve the problem of visa overstays and the illegals already here. Which method do you think is most financially conservative and the most responsible use of American tax dollars?
 
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Nov 2018
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You're missing the point. Walls have effectiveness, but they are not a cure-all for illegal immigration. A wall does nothing to stop the ~40% of illegals who come to the US legally and simply overstay their visa. A wall does nothing to remove the 12 million illegals (30 million if you believe Donald Trump). So you are advocating spending $50 Billion to build a wall and $25 Billion per year to maintain and staff it whereas I'm suggesting solutions that are cheaper, more effective and solve the problem of visa overstays and the illegals already here. Which method do you think is most financially conservative and the most responsible use of American tax dollars?
Not 40%... at least 60% are legal overstays

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