"The walls are a fortification, there is no question, but they were a fortification built at a time when armed invasions by barbarians and other forces were happening," Diane Apostolos-Cappadona, a Catholic studies professor at Georgetown University, told The New York Times. "And that is not the same thing we are talking about with a wall between the U.S. and Mexico."

Right it's worse now. Instead of plundering and leaving, they are staying, causing crime, and overburdening our schools and social programs.

[–] Owlchemy 2 points

Translation. Basically the same thing from a different era, but if you play some leftist doublespeak chatter, you can make it seem like it's not - LOL.

[–] Chips 1 point

You know you want some free swag :)


I'm old and am in that place in life where I need to divest of junk! I have megatons. But keep on keeping on, plenty of folks would like boxes of freebies! LOL