Man, there are a bunch of farmers in the valley who would take you to task on that.
Like I said, it is not a reliable water source. One can’t just place a stationary waterpump next to their plantation.
Mobilized pumps are key.
I am for a fence, btw.
“Man, there are a bunch of farmers in the valley who would take you to task on that”
Ya. A barrier fence is gonna pizz “some” people off. “Some” of those folks have land that runs right to the border.
Guess what... Any good real estate agent will tell you to take caution when buying a home that backs up to undeveloped
land because you NEVER know what might be put on it.
You pays your money and takes your chance.
What happens when your next door neighbor sells to a family with loud obnoxious teens who leave empty soda cans in
thier driveway and then they blow into your yard.. etc.. etc
Their not doing anything illegal. You can’t call the cops.
You either STOP bitc#ing and put up with it.. or you sell and MOVE.
Same with border land owners. Famers.. Ranchers.. whatever. They complain about illegals crossing their land and
leaving trash everywhere.
Then... When a border fence was proposed... they said WHOA!!! we can’t do THAT. I’ll have to give up some land
for that. And it will “ruin” the historically open border
Ok. Whatever. Put up or shut up. Or move. Or live with it. Or hire some unemployed Mezzican ZETA’s to protect you.
Mexico used to be stable... Border was stable too....
Nothing stays the same... Change happens... $hit happens...