are walls "immoral"?
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Started by GunterK - Jan. 7, 2019, 12:05 a.m.

First, a definition…. “walls” and “fences” serve the same purpose… and that is to keep people (or animals) from crossing a line. The only difference… walls are built with solid materials, whereas fences are designed to make them “see-through”

Ever since Pres Trump has spoken about building a wall at our Southern border, politicians in Washington have argued against it.

Some are against it, only because Trump is for it.

Others argue that a wall/fence would not be effective. Even though the Border Patrol believes it would reduce illegal immigration considerably, the politicians who argue this point are at least engaging in legitimate and logical debate.

However, recently several politicians have stated that walls/fences are “immoral”.

Immoral?????? What?????

Human history and ancient texts are full of examples of countries, cities and communities protecting themselves against intruders by building walls.

In modern times, and watching out for our own personal safety, we build fences around our property and we have locks on our front doors, to give us control over who we let in. This has nothing to do with being a “moral” person.

Dear politicians, if you sincerely believe that walls and fences are “immoral”, then take down the fence around your house and remove the lock from your front door. You are a "moral" person, are you not?

If you don’t do this, then your talk about walls being immoral is nothing but political BS (which is what got you elected in the first place)

By mcfarm - Jan. 7, 2019, 6:54 a.m.
Like Reply   here ya go gunter...along with the current pope here is a picture of one of the greatest "moralizers" in recent history showing his hypocritical ass.....kind of what libs do on a daily basis