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And probably has a fence around her yard.
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They need all the votes they can get.
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LOL
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Doors have nothing to do with country borders. Nothing
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It's called an analogy, I'm sure you wouldn't understand.
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Oh, I understand. it's you who doesn't know how to make fun of somebody. So what if they lock there door? I lock my doors, you lock your doors, Everybody who has a lock n there doors, lock there doors.
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I don't think you understand what an analogy is. It's a direct comparison. We lock our doors so we can control who does and does not enter our house. We don't want open borders so we can control who does and does not enter the country.
So if you think it would be logical to let anyone and everyone into the country (all of our home) without restrictions, why isn't it okay to let anyone and everyone into your home without restrictions. If you are for open boarders, why would you lock your door?
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I don't think you do. As boredmeme said, it's a direct comparison. The doors to our house are the house equivalent of borders. We don't want unwanted people in our house without permission so we lock the doors. Likewise, we don't want people in our country without permission, so we enforce immigration laws. That's how analogies work.
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