Why We Need To Rethink Donald Trump's Wall - We Need It More Than We Know

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Many complain that Donald Trump hates Mexicans and Immigrants because he wants to build a wall at the Mexican Border - "A HUUUGE WALL!" Actually, that's not such a bad idea. Currently, all we have is an 18 foot high fence from San Diego to Yuma, and from Brownsville, TX inland for 75 miles, along with walls near major cities and crossing points. In other places where there is a fence, it's hardly maintained, some places in such disrepair you can drive a truck through it, and even where it is strong and well-guarded there are tunnels underneath for drug runners and coyotes who are substantially paid.

No one has ever suggested we get rid of the Border Patrol or the fences, and most people want the fence maintained, but if Trump suggests a Substantial Wall, everyone freaks out and says he "Hates" Mexicans, that is the 'strawman argument' from the left, where they take what you said out of context, say something absurd and then argue the new made-up point - in this case asking why Donald Trump hates Mexicans? The Donald no more hates Mexicans than he hates money, so let's be brutally honest about the slanderous accusations the left-stream media is making here.

When it comes to who should pay for the wall, that too is a 'no-brainer' as the money should come from our dealings with Mexico, either out of tariffs, or fees for visiting work programs, immigration checks, taxes - Mexico should pay, as they are the ones causing the problem due to inept, corrupt and poor performing government. If Mexico got its act together in other words, people wouldn't want to leave, people would be migrating there instead of here, not the other way around.

Lastly, what happens when Mexico City has another huge natural disaster? Major flood, Earthquake or Volcano, and don't say it cannot happen, things like this happen often on that piece of real estate. Remember the 8.5 Earthquake in the 1980s, what if it happens again now that there are 25 million people living there, where will they go when the buildings fall and the power and water don't work? Think that can't happen, hmm? Well did you catch this piece of news or were you too busy listening to the left's political rhetoric in January?

World News article: "Popocatepetl volcano spews ash over Mexico City," which stated; "The volcano erupted for about nine hours, until 3am local time, the agency said. Mexico City residents awoke to cars coated in a light dusting of ash. The disaster agency's monitoring cameras showed glowing rocks from the volcano's crater landing more than half a mile (1,000 metres) down its slope. About 25 million people live within 62 miles (100km) of the crater of the 17,797ft (5,426-metre) stratovolcano. It has been periodically erupting since 1994."

25 million people - where will they go? Well, I'll give you one clue as to where their first choice to go might be? The United States of America, but we cannot take 25 more illegal aliens when we already have between 35 and 40 million here already. I think a Wall is a smart strategic plan to start with, then we can work on getting this ridiculous work visa program and immigration process fixed for legal visitors who will be living here. Think on this.