Andrew Fiala’s Aug. 8 column “What would border wall say?” asks the question but never answers it. Rather, we get pop-drivel about “unequal opportunities,” “a deep social and political problem” and “bad ideas” to describe some of history’s most perverse ideological experiments.
The numerous diverse superficial historical references to walls never draw any substantive conclusion. Instead of meaningful depth of reasoning or analysis of one example, we get politically correct pabulum that only serves to further cloud the issue, providing no insight, no truth and no resolution. This country needs serious dialogue, not PC sound bites.
Stewart Hough, Madera