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Originally Posted by Chemdawg99 View Post
Obama is no longer the president. I'm aware of that. I believe it was in the papers. Deflecting to Obama doesn't absolve Trump who is the current president.
My mention of Obama was to point out your seeming lack of intellectual common-sense growth since November of 2008.
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So, you're saying that in 2019 we're incapable of doing 1/3 of what China did in the 1300-1600's. I see.

Yeah.....I watch Ancient Aliens too.
No. It's not about whether we can do it from a capability standpoint. That isn't the point. As I said before, I don't advocate seizing private property or destroying ecosystems to build a border wall where manpower, technology, and visa and labor policy reform would be far, far less expensive and far, far more effective.

And please stop with the Great Wall of China comparisons, as it doesn't really validate the argument for a border wall because it was a failure:
https://gbtimes.com/failure-great-wall


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Originally Posted by Chemdawg99 View Post
No. It's not about whether we can do it from a capability standpoint. That isn't the point. As I said before, I don't advocate seizing private property or destroying ecosystems to build a border wall where manpower, technology, and visa and labor policy reform would be far, far less expensive and far, far more effective.

And please stop with the Great Wall of China comparisons, as it doesn't really validate the argument for a border wall because it was a failure:
https://gbtimes.com/failure-great-wall
Did you advocate seizing private property or destroying ecosystems to build PV solar farms in Nevada (or is that one of the reasons why you withheld voting for Obama in 2012 and Hillary in 2016)?
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Originally Posted by Chemdawg99 View Post
No. It's not about whether we can do it from a capability standpoint. That isn't the point. As I said before, I don't advocate seizing private property or destroying ecosystems to build a border wall where manpower, technology, and visa and labor policy reform would be far, far less expensive and far, far more effective.

And please stop with the Great Wall of China comparisons, as it doesn't really validate the argument for a border wall because it was a failure:
https://gbtimes.com/failure-great-wall
Hey CD, Maybe Trump has other things in mind than just the wall.
https://www.americanthinker.com/blog...down_trap.html
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