Let me begin by saying border security in itself is not a bad thing. My issue here one specific problem nobody on the right wants to address. If you build a wall along the border, you cannot build it next to the Rio Grande. Why not? Because riverbanks are known to shift from time to time and that would damage the wall. That's common sense. What you need to do is build in further inland. The problem emerges that it will cut through private property and create a giant no man's land. Let me point out the obvious: disregard for property rights (eminent domain, It's legal. I get it) and loss of territory. My question to supporters of the wall is this: Most of you are very supportive of property rights. On top of that, is not your sense of national pride being hurt at the loss of United States territory? Are you going to say on this specific occasion "Yes, sacrifices need to be made"? If you agree to the statement, I have no issue with you. If on the other hand all you say is "We need border security! Build the wall!", then you are not being honest about sacrifices being made. Finally, if you know something I don't about the border wall not needing sacrifices to be made, please enlighten me.