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    Border wall protests

    Border wall protests

    By Jackie Diaz
    Saturday, October 25, 2008 at 9:28 p.m.


    They call it the wall of death and they say they'll stop at nothing until the border walls construction comes to an end.

    Ruben Solis, a southwest union organizer said, “We never voted for it, we did not approve funding for it.
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    oh my

    They call it the wall of death and they say they'll stop at nothing until the border walls construction comes to an end.
    We won't stop building the wall until Mexico gets control of its own country.

    Ruben Solis, a southwest union organizer said, “We never voted for it, we did not approve funding for it.

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    What, no stories about then kissing people on the other side of the fence this time. Garsh, since they didn't include the smooching and arrest of protesters this article is quite boaring.

    Actually, these people that protest on the fence could be a screen for drug smugglers. They might block the view of someone passing stuff back and forth across the border.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dixie
    What, no stories about then kissing people on the other side of the fence this time. Garsh, since they didn't include the smooching and arrest of protesters this article is quite boaring.

    Actually, these people that protest on the fence could be a screen for drug smugglers. They might block the view of someone passing stuff back and forth across the border.

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    That's right, they could be "Diversionaries" Try to pull "diversionary tactics"
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    This group is hoping the new presidential administration will put a stop to what they call a cultural division.
    Cultural division has been there ever since the border has been drawn up on a map. We're just enforcing our border. Hildalgo Guadalupe, anyone?

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