And what’s wrong with building a wall? If people would obey our immigration laws, a wall would not be needed. After all, no one is suggesting a wall on the northern border because it isn’t needed there. The Canadians respect our immigration laws. But on the southern border, they don’t respect our laws, hence, the need for a wall.
When it boils down to it, anti-wallers are pro open borders, where anyone and everyone can come to this country whenever they want. That may sound nice, but it’s not workable. It would become impossible to maintain our nation’s identity and culture if we could not limit how many people come in annually. It would also put too much strain on our nation’s resources.
But if you still want open borders, great. I only ask that instead of experimenting with our nation, you first experiment with your own home. Make it an open borders house – a place that anyone and everyone can come live at without asking first. Tell me how that goes, and then we’ll see if you’re still want open borders for our nation.