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  • : a person who moves thinks very slowly and is not aware of what is happening especially because of being very tired stupid.

  • : a brain dead person who is able to move because of magic according to some religions and in stories, movies, etc.

CONS are like zombies who will respond en-masse to various dog whistles and false narratives. They actually believe that Trump can build a wall on the Southern border. Even if every engineer and architect told the CONS that building an impenetrable wall that big would be cost more money that the US has and would take decades the still would not believe it.

CONS are immune to logic, reason, science and facts. They are truly sub human.

 

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I don't even know how China almost managed it a few hundred years ago. Just because you disagree with something doesn't exactly make it impossible. That being said not everyone who holds conservative or traditional values watches Fox News. Don't use the same tactics that you're raging at "concunts" for using against Muslims.

 

Authors Note: Libertarian Socialist, Anti Border Wall, Believes Fox News is poorly constructed satire and tomfoolery. Stating your opinion is one thing, ostracizing and resorting to personal attacks is laughable and not proper interaction for a seasoned debater.

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Zombies exist in all denominations of intellect as they stopped using their instincts around 4 years old when trained to only respond to verbal commands and written law.

 

Blind faith citizenship that all think to hell with ancestry and hurray for denying the self evident or bust/extinction.

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  • : a person who moves thinks very slowly and is not aware of what is happening especially because of being very tired stupid.

  • : a brain dead person who is able to move because of magic according to some religions and in stories, movies, etc.

CONS are like zombies who will respond en-masse to various dog whistles and false narratives. They actually believe that Trump can build a wall on the Southern border. Even if every engineer and architect told the CONS that building an impenetrable wall that big would be cost more money that the US has and would take decades the still would not believe it.

CONS are immune to logic, reason, science and facts. They are truly sub human.

 

 

More worthless posts for the stroking troll.

 

Cha-ching.

 

The DNSC must really be paying off.

 

kj

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Trump only alked about doubling the immigration spending another 400 billion on defense and cut 660 billion of revenue. Yippy.

So that is a record 1.7 trillion dollar debt in his first year.

Are you saying 640 billions dollars is spent on immigration? What government officials are pocketing the money, 600 billion? I can imagine 40 billion taking care of legal immigration.

 

What they hell are they spending to stop illegal immigration the 400 more Trump is talking about?

 

Deception everywhere on this topic from all sides misleading everyone. Argument must just be used to keep the faithful true to their adopted beliefs.

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Oh really? We can build carriers the size of small islands capable of striking a target a continent away but we can't a build a fucking wall? Are you serious? Cost more than we have? Tell me...how much is that?

You dumb cunt. Obviously you are not an engineer or an architect. You are just a mouth breathing inbred.

 

An Engineer Explains Why Trump's Wall Is So Implausible

 

Even if they could build it, have you ever heard of a fucking ladder or a tunnel?. The base of the wall would have to be 20 feet deep at least in some places to reach the bedrock. BTW asshole the border is nearly 2000 miles long.

 

  • Human beings have built a 2,000-mile-long frontier wall exactly one time. Once. And it was accomplished only through a centuries-long building campaign that necessitated the forced labor of millions of Chinese peasants.
  • A successful border wall must be effective, cheap, and easily maintained. It should be built from readily available materials and should take advantage of the capabilities of the existing labor force.
  • The wall should reach about five feet underground to deter tunneling, and should terminate about 20 feet above grade to deter climbing.
  • The barrier must also be a continuous, non-porous construction. This distinction might seem purely semantic, but Trump has made himself very clear on the matter,saying, “A wall is better than fencing, and it’s much more powerful. It’s more secure. [The engineer then rules out cinder block, wire mesh and other materials for various maintenance and labor cost reasons and settles on a concrete wall as the solution]
  • There are two major types of concrete construction: cast-in-place, where wet, plastic concrete is brought in trucks to a job site, cast into formwork, and then cured; and pre-cast concrete, where the concrete is cast in a controlled indoor environment, cured, and then shipped to the construction site for assembly.
  • The hot, dry climate in the border regions would complicate cast-in-place construction because high heat tends to screw up the chemical reactions that cause concrete to harden.
  • If we assume a border wall length of 1,954 miles (there are 600 or so miles of existing border barrier, but much of this would not qualify for Trump’s wall), then we can make some estimates as to the volume of concrete needed for the project:

Foundation: [author provides underlying calculations] yielding:

  • Twelve million, six hundred thousand cubic yards. In other words, this wall would contain over three times the amount of concrete used to build the Hoover Dam — a project that, unlike Trump’s wall, has qualitative, verifiable economic benefits.
  • Concrete, of course, requires reinforcing steel (or rebar). A reasonable estimate for the amount of rebar would be about 3 percent of the total wall size, resulting in a steel volume of 10,190,000 cubic feet, or about 5 billion pounds. We could melt down 4 of our Nimitz-class aircraft carriers and would probably be a few cruisers short of having enough steel.
  • All of these hundreds of miles of wall would need to be cast in concrete facilities, probably project-specific ones that have been custom built near the border.
  • Then, the pre-cast wall pieces would need to be shipped by truck through the inhospitable, often roadless desert.
  • The men and women doing the work of actually installing the wall would have to be provided with food, water, shelter, lavatory facilities, safety equipment, transportation, and medical care, and would sometimes be miles away from a population center of any size. Sure, some people would be willing to to do the work, but at what price? Would Trump hire Mexicans?
  • This analysis also ignores the less sexy aspects of large-scale

    engineering projects: surveying, land acquisition, environmental review, geological studies, maintenance, excavating for foundations, and so on.

  • Theoretical President Trump may be able to executive-order his way through the laser grid of lawsuits that normally impede this kind of work,but he can’t ignore the physical realities of construction.
  • Trump’s border wall is not impossible, but it would certainly be a more challenging endeavor than he would ever lead you to believe.

I wish that the voting population would do more thinking and analysis of such proposals and only then make decisions about who to believe & elect.

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  • : a person who moves thinks very slowly and is not aware of what is happening especially because of being very tired stupid.

  • : a brain dead person who is able to move because of magic according to some religions and in stories, movies, etc.

CONS are like zombies who will respond en-masse to various dog whistles and false narratives. They actually believe that Trump can build a wall on the Southern border. Even if every engineer and architect told the CONS that building an impenetrable wall that big would be cost more money that the US has and would take decades the still would not believe it.

CONS are immune to logic, reason, science and facts. They are truly sub human.

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China built a bigger wall thousands of years ago. Dumbass

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Human beings have built a 2,000-mile-long frontier wall exactly one time. Once. And it was accomplished only through a centuries-long building campaign that necessitated the forced labor of millions of Chinese peasants.

 

Well then, we need more Chinese peasants or this thing will never work.

 

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Oh you SOK.

 

 

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Oh really? We can build carriers the size of small islands capable of striking a target a continent away but we can't a build a fucking wall? Are you serious? Cost more than we have? Tell me...how much is that?

 

A wall 2000 miles long 30 feet deep and 80 feet high. No way moron. Not possible for reasons your pea brain could not comprehend.

 

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EAT SHIT AND DIE LIAR!

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