Speak Out: The wall

Readers reacted to a recent commentary by Armand Carreau of Bridgeville headlined “Who’s lying about the wall and immigration?”

• One word: Tunnels. — Cheri Zatko-Coseglia

• Deterrent. — Jeff Grzeszczak

• His current design of the steel slot wall is over 50 feet tall and would require 20-30 feet of steel in the ground as a footer. Your not tunneling under that. But to be safe, include ground sensors to detect any movement. A tunnel concern would not really be an issue but if it was, then many simple solutions would this. — Marc Auger

• Need one like Hungary. It is dug down into the ground significantly.. — Sharon Nagyiski Purcell-Ponsell

• Easier to find tunnels than to control a vast open border. — Ray Zelano

• I, much like 99 percent of the population, am all for effective border security. I am not about wasting/enriching building contractors with billions and billions of dollars on a big dumb sea to shining sea wall. I’m more for wisely placed barriers, technology, decriminalize drugs (if we are truly free men here), and most importantly go hard after the folks taking advantage of the cheap labor, providing the jobs they know they’ll be doing soon once they get here. — Clark Rife

• Get these barriers built! — Edna Staats

• Most come in legally but overstay their visa. — Karen Welch

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