This doesn't have to do with compassion. The OP referred them as "invaders" as if they were a military force set to invade our lands, which is why he deserves to be mocked for his stupidity.
The caravan is literally just a bunch of starving men, women, and children who want to get out of Honduras. That's not me being compassionate, that's reality of their situation. They're not invaders.
If they're coming into a country by force, without permission, that is kind of the definition of invader.
and again the first question that comes to my mind is the same question I asked when I was a kid during the 80s about Russians.
WHY? Why are they invading.
and on our other conversation where this is leading is this:
some think its easier to have a war then it is to tighen up security around social security cards.
It's not a war if you stop people from coming in. You're blaming somebody's desire to take something on the people that have it, just because they have it.
That's like saying the jews should have changed their lifestyle, because it was too tempting for the nazi's to take it.
really? I was not aware of the fine line between invaders that need a military to stop them from invading and it technically not being a ware because you are successful in stopping them.
but ok fair enough whatever you want to call it I am less concerned with semantics
You're not arguing within reality. When you get questioned, you dodge out.