posted on Apr, 1 2005 @ 12:42 AM
Along much of the Mexican border there are dual checkpoints, I believe in certain areas there's as much as a 70mile gap between the actual border and
a second checkpoint (that is, you're actually in the US, but not exactly)... So, if I can legally shoot someone who enters my home illegally (e.g.
not welcome, invited) I can shoot them (a guy illegally breaks my window and starts wandering around inside my house in the middle of the night) What
is the problem with having motion-detecting gun turrets around our borders/secondary borders to the north and south that dispatch people trying to
illegally entering our "home"? They know what they are doing is wrong. If people don't go through a checkpoint (similar to knocking on my front
door) what's the problem? A big wall alone between Mexico and/or Canada seems like a good but weak substiture.