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'Not a Good Answer': Privacy Advocates Reject Democratic Proposal for 'Technological Wall' With Expanded Border Surveillance


#21

Most drugs are coming in thru the medical industrial complex.

Our most stunning analysis was that the total number of deaths caused by conventional medicine is more than 700,000 per year, making the American medical system itself the leading cause of death and injury in the US. The statistics present a grim reality for the American patient. In contrast, the purported leading causes of death in the United States today, heart disease and cancer, are responsible for 611,105 and 584,881 annual deaths, respectively. (8) But has there been any improvement in the last 10 years since our figures were revealed to the world? Hardly.


#22

So why not this. We have a virtual wall on the Mexico border. We also build a bunch of Ellis Islands on the border. Border Patrol shepherds people into the Ellis Islands. ICE vets them. If they don’t have a communicable disease or terror/gang connections they are allowed in with a handshake and instructions on how to pursue citizenship.

Also we legalize all drugs, though that’s a topic for another time.

Surely this would be cheaper than building a wall.


#23

Thanks for the Links Done and Did


#24

Dateline: The Near Future

Following his successful pursuit of Federal funding for a continuous wall along the southern border, President Trump began simultaneous campaigns for nets, stretching from north to south along both shorelines, and a massive bubble to cover the airspace over the contiguous landmass comprising 48 of the 50 states. He promised to surround and cover the Hawaiian islands and Alaska, once Congress approved additional funding.

In classic Trump fashion his catch phrases for the two programs were Snag String and Solarium Shield.

Worth noting is that initially Mr. Trump tweeted that Poseidon and Extraterrestirals would pay for these critically needed security measures, although his success with the southern border wall emboldened his confidence that Congress would instead comply with his intentions.


#25

Either regulate the border or don’t. You can celebrate an open border with fireworks, or you can celebrate a secure one.