What Do You Call A Man That Leaves Gallon Jugs Of Water All Over The Desert?

You Call That Man A Hero

It’s a heartbreaking story:

5-year-old Marco Antonio Villaseñor’s father was desperately in search of economic opportunity and a better life. That need compelled him to take Marco on a trek, with nearly 20 other men, across the desert into the United States.

One day, somewhere along the journey, Marco became thirsty. He asked his father for a drink of water but received no answer. So he asked one of the other men. Again, no answer. This same request went unanswered each time the little boy approached one of his fellow travelers. Why? Because they all, including Marco’s father, had already died of thirst.

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One reply on “What Do You Call A Man That Leaves Gallon Jugs Of Water All Over The Desert?”

“5-year-old Marco Antonio Villaseñor’s father was desperately in search of economic opportunity and a better life. That need compelled him to take Marco on a trek,”

i.e. illegal immigrant, breaking into another country to partake in what isn’t his. If you really believe in this story, just declare all the world honorary citizens.

The southern border is not immoral, certainly not compared to Israel’s border wall and blockade.

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