Discussion in 'Border' started by jerry, Feb 19, 2017.
That would be a really cool concert. Count me in!
"According to the band, the "wall" is the self-isolating barrier we build over the course of our lives, and the "bricks in the wall" are the people and events that turn us inward and away from others."
Not a good idea to apply this concept to your neighbors. Always better to proactively work together towards resolving your differences.
Those two senile commie buggars need to be concerned with their own brown horde of invaders. Their "music" has always totally sucked, kinda like the sound of the last swirl going down a toilet bowl.
well to each his own...good thing you have Donnie and Marie to but on the old 8 tracks
Those two senile commie buggars don't need no stinkin wall, as they live on a little chicken-shit island with the North Sea on one side and the English Channel on the other. I'm sure they do a WWW search every day of their lives for the word "WALL" just dreaming of a fresh lawsuit as they probably have a copyright on it in some context. Sheesh, as if they don't have enough money. Well, maybe not, cocaina es muy caro. Probably have dual citizenship as well. They all do, so they don't have to pay big income tax in the jolly old UK. Not to mention it's no fun anymore in their old HQ in modern day Lun-Dun-Istan.
And Jerry, I gave my Donnie & Marie collection to my Mesa Mormon relations way back in 1968.
Thanks, Jerry, for not bashing my Fred Waring, Paul Whiteman and Montavonti albums.
Our neighbors to the south could jump start that process by stopping the death train from running from their southern border to their northern border. Why does the Mexican government allow it?
Here is a link to what a Mexican border patrol agents deals with at the border with Guatemala.
Apparently Mexico is trying to do something about their southern border, but doesn't have the billions of $$ to throw at like the USA.
As long as there is extreme poverty people will flow to where there is an opportunity for a better life. Hunger makes walls and border agents just another thing to overcome.
Plus Obama focused on deporting criminal central American aliens for the last 8 years rather than the wider net trump is casting...guess what? They went home and did what they know how to do...crime.so now everyone is trying to get the hell out....thanks Obama
One thing that I just do not understand is that if O-Bo-Bo deported so many why did millions of them vote for him and the harpy?
Plenty of people that are not criminals and or Mexican/Latinos voted for them as well.
Obvious...they knew the old white people party would be worse.. Crazy in chief is proving that point bigly
The death train would be easy to stop, but the Mexican government will not do so. They find it easier to provide a path through Mexico for their illegal aliens to get to the US. Yet, they say that the US is a bad neighbor for wanting to protect its borders. I spent seven years during the height of the drug wars crossing into Juarez for work. I have zero respect for the Mexican government.
Says an old white guy.
Just fact...you guys have heard of them right? The Beast is way harder to ride now. Anyways back to the point...A huge backwash( scale still a unknown) is coming to the Sonoran border communities and Puerto Penasco property owners will feel the effects...http://www.businessinsider.com/ap-mexicans-weigh-the-daunting-prospect-of-deportee-camps-2017-2.
Jerry's not white. He's Irish. LOLOLOL
So batten down the hatches because St Patty's Day is only a couple of weeks away!
Yes, I have heard of them. I deal with them on a daily basis - do you? As I have said before - your little slice of heaven will be impacted by the US actually controlling its borders. That is a fact. Times and policies change. Did you really think that the relationship between Mexico and the US would stay static forever?
Doesn't Mexico have some squatter laws that always favor the squatter? I had a Mexican friend in RP that had a home in town and bought a lot out near Boys Town. A family moved onto his lot a built a plywood and cardboard shack on it. He tried to get them off but the law let THEM keep the place! As I recall you have to fence it and visit it regularly to keep the squatters off.
Just think about all of those mostly vacant homes in Las Conchas and La Cholla just waiting for those soon to be coming home citizens. I not only doubt but believe it to be an impossibility for any "refugee" shanty towns to sprout up along the border unless someone supplies them building materials, electricity and running water. The desert heat will determine who will survive out there.
Lukeville may not be the best location, let's make it even more remote - how about Naco, or Sasabe? Let's make fun and local!
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