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Walls Define What They Surround

Walls designed to keep people in an area define prisons. Some examples of this type of wall are:

  • North Korea
  • The Berlin Wall
  • The Iron Curtain
  • Cuba
  • Federal Prisons
  • County jails
  • The former USSR

Walls designed to keep people out are protecting something of value. Some examples of this type of wall are:

  • John Kerry’s mansion
  • The Kennedy compound
  • The Clinton mansion
  • Obama’s mansion (in other words, most rich people have walls to keep lesser people out)
  • The White House
  • The border across the southern United States, which protects Americans.

There are thousands of walls in the world intended to keep people either in or out, but only when Donald Trump proposes a wall to protect America from a civilian invasion from the south are we told that walls are bad things. If walls are so bad, why do Kerry, the Clintons, the Kennedys and the Obamas have them around their homes? And why is America not as important as these elitists’ homes?

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Dave King

Retired AT&T supervisor.

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  1. GREAT POINTS !!! For a nation that puts screens on their windows to keep out the bugs, lock their doors on the “”WALLS”” that make up their house and even fence their yards to keep out UNinvited and UNwanted because it is important to PROTECT what is theirs this objection to protecting OUR HOMELAND is totally lacking in logic….Unless of course some banks accounts grow when watered with the good ole Yankee dollar.

    These are , no doubt, the same ones that holler for police protection when M-13 gang members that crossed illegally. Thes bad actors primarily from Central America….NOT Mexico. Border Agents are finding more and more from countries around the world.

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