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    Securing the US/Mexico Border is a Monumental Task



    How many of us have actually seen the border? When I was stationed in Texas many years ago, I frequently visited border towns. I'm sure a lot has change since then. I've recently crossed the border in California so have seen what's there. But, much of the rest is a big blank.


    San Ysidro/Tijuana



    Sonora Desert in Arizona




    Near Deming, N.M.


    Along the Rio Grande River in Texas


    Very much more @ US-Mexico border map shows how hard it would be to build a border wall - Business Insider
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    My husband and I crossed into Mexico at the Nogales Arizona border.

    Only spent a couple of hours, it's a huge turn off, when vendors call you foul names in Spanish, if you don't buy something from them.... I have no desire to ever cross ANY U.S /Mexico border, again.

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    Yes, it is a monumental task, but, if anyone can do it, we can.

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    Roads and railroads were built that crossed the Sierra Nevada mountains so...

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    I must always come back to the same argument. Remove the financial incentive and they'll stop coming! Stop giving them social benefits and go after those who employ them.

    So simple.
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