Charles Reichley makes an interesting observation about the billboard on Prince William street that’s definitely worth taking note of:
The Liberty [street] property represents hope for illegal immigrants, sending the message that borders mean nothing, that people can’t be illegal, that each person has a right to live where they want without regard to laws.
But ironically, the property has posted “no trespassing” signs, and a large chain-link fence.
The owner seems to understand the concept of keeping people from entering HIS land illegally. I wonder what would happen if someone cut through the fence, set up tents, and asked the owner to pay them to mow his lawn.
My guess is he’d have them evicted. As I said, it’s an excellent symbol for the illegal immigration debate.
Good catch. Putting up a message for open borders behind a fence with no trespassing signs is definitely one of the funniest things I think I’ve heard lately.
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