Originally Posted By: GDaddy

Originally Posted By: heelnipstr
Originally Posted By: GDaddy
Originally Posted By: hal9000
Originally Posted By: GDaddy
Strawman



Not at all. Especially if you factor in the policy aspect. What policy objective will this accomplish?

There's better and then there's worse. I don't think there are many wall advocates who actually think that having a wall would be a silver bullet but most all of them think it will be better than not having a wall.



so is this better worth $67 Billion plus? Not counting all the legal issues of seizing private land.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/...m=.39cd55434757


Apparently there are a lot of Americans who think it would be worth it.


36% is a lot?

but 70% support universal healthcare what would you call that.

https://www.npr.org/2018/12/11/675334306...ssible-shutdown

https://www.cnbc.com/2018/08/28/most-ame...ge-tuition.html


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