Good news, America!

Here’s a look at the prototypes for the wall that will keep you safely penned on safe from your southern border.

Yup. Once this 30-foot-high wall is complete, Mexicans will stop tunneling under it. Then we’ll all be safe and happy.

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15 Responses to Good news, America!

  1. Ben says:

    It’s going to be a big wall, a beautiful wall. …we’re all going to love it.

  2. Mark Matis says:

    Keep on suckin’. You know damn well that wall is NOT intended to keep you or anyone else from leaving for the shithole to the south ANY TIME YOU WANT. And yes, the cartels WILL tunnel under it. Although some of the designs will make that more difficult for them to do so. And they will be able to move FAR LESS across the border through those tunnels. But suck on. We need more third-world and fourth-world sewage in this country.

  3. Claire says:

    “We need more third-world and fourth-world sewage in this country.”

    Wait. You’re calling my neighbors … sewage???

    But surely even someone who is against immigration ought to be able to think of better, and less dangerous to freedom, things than a 30-foot wall.

  4. Mark Matis says:

    [Okay, wait, wait wait. This is Joel.

    Mark, I don’t know what your problem is today, but you need to renew your meds, sit back and take deep breaths until they kick in. It’s still my blog, dude. Disagree all you like, but you don’t get to call everybody else names.

    Come back when you’ve chilled the hell out.]

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  6. Andrew says:

    Not to align myself with Marky Mouth (above, yeesh, dude, chill), but there is something to be said for closing and protecting your national borders. Yes, there will be people and stuff getting in, but it will be a lot less of people and stuff getting in.

    Would it have made more sense just to do what needed to be done 30-40 years ago and allow people to start shooting the drug runners and illegal immigrants when they crossed private lands? Yes. That would have probably been the best solution. So would actually rounding up all the illegals (at least the illegals who have committed non-immigration crimes) and sending them back to their various countries.

    Me, I like the wall. I like physical boundaries. I want control of immigration to be for those who are healthy and reasonably educated, and who are dedicated to becoming citizens, not denizens. And speaking English. (No, I don’t mind them having a 2nd or 3rd or 12th language, but English should be the primary language. My ancestors did it. All your ancestors probably did it.)

    And, Mr. Matis, chill. Calling a woman what you just called her was nasty and uncalled for. Bad sport. You just did what the dems claim President Trump does (and really doesn’t do.) You get your message across better when you are not cursing and acting ‘the fool’ but instead use intelligent debate to get your point across.

  7. JerryN says:

    After what I’d like to think was much thought over the last year or so, I went from “open borders” libertarian to “build the damned wall” libertarian. Problem with letting everyone into a democratic society (let’s face it, the idea of a republic is all but dead) is that people who don’t believe in any of the things that libertarians agree on — rule of law, limited government, etc, — can overpopulate and vote away any freedom you thought you had.

    Of course, the actual demon seed is the welfare state.

  8. Joel says:

    Of course, the actual demon seed is the welfare state.

    On that, I think we can all agree.

  9. Judy says:

    A wall is only as effective as it is monitored. I think a far better use for some of our troops would be patrolling the southern border. If that means cutting a road the width of a tank the length of the border, guard shacks, motion detectors, drones, foot patrols and whatever else is appropriate to secure it.

    Immigration laws that are on the books now need to be enforced strictly. I do think the work permit laws need some revamping. The penalties to employers need to be a lot stiffer and enforced. No more free rides back to your country of origin either. And yes, you are here, learn English!

  10. Joel says:

    the work permit laws need some revamping

    Government work permits are where I fall completely off the bandwagon. Everify is the end of freedom in this country, and conservatives keep howling for it.

  11. John says:

    Put the wall around DC. Shorter. Fill it with water and stock it with fish.

  12. Paul Joat says:

    I’m with John. Walls do work both ways, and if you make a good income the US government doesn’t want you to leave, and even if you do leave they expect you to keep paying your pizzo.

  13. MJR says:

    Arrggg… I go away for a few weeks (I’m in Germany as I write this) and I miss all the fun.

  14. Kentucky says:

    We have just seen the real Matis.

To the stake with the heretic!