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Debate Score:10
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Would a wall keep asylum seekers out? Should it?


NO & NO

Side Score: 3
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2 points

It would keep a lot of people out. A few would find ways around it, but it would take help or resources.

Side: Yes & Yes
excon(9844) Disputed
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It would keep a lot of people out. A few would find ways around it, but it would take help or resources.

Hello L:

I agree. It would if you think it should.

But, it SHOULDN'T. Truth is, seeking asylum is a perfectly legal endeavor. Oh, you have to jump through a lot of hoops to PROVE that you're, in fact, seeking asylum and not a job. But that's the way we want it.. No?

There's been a lot written about it.. Try the google machine.

excon

Side: NO & NO
Bronto(1775) Disputed
1 point

But, it SHOULDN'T. Truth is, seeking asylum is a perfectly legal endeavor.

It's just like Disneyland in California Con. Walls everywhere, gotta have a ticket, and Disneyland isn't required to let anyone in. They tell us fun and magic happens there.

Side: Yes & Yes
JasonRiley(20) Disputed
1 point

But, it SHOULDN'T. Truth is, seeking asylum is a perfectly legal endeavor

Needing a brownie to pick your corn honkie?

Side: Yes & Yes
1 point

The purpose of the security wall is not to keep genuine asylum seekers out but when completed will Significantly help stem the stampede of Latino criminals terrorists as well as the unwanted illegal economic migrants.

Applications from bone-fide asylum seekers can be processed by the appropriate government apartments and acted upon in a fitting manner.

Side: Yes & Yes