Duncan Hunter - Quotes

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Fences would be a hindrance to terrorists should they decide to come across a land border between the U.S. and Mexico and to California. ---->>>

A number of people who have supported me on the border fence in the U.S. have observed the fences in Israel and their effectiveness. ---->>>

I think the American people have been surprised by the enthusiasm with which the Iraqis have taken to elections and politics. ---->>>

Nothing matures a military force quicker than actual military operations. ---->>>

I think in the U.S., the border fence is no longer an immigration issue primarily; it's a security issue. ---->>>

Our nation must manage significant national security challenges over the next several years. We are already facing a potential conflict with Iraq, new challenges on the Korean peninsula, and key decisions in the president's plans to transform the military. ---->>>

Fences work and the walls work and separations work. They afford to any nation the delay of entry. ---->>>

This century is going to be a very dangerous century. ---->>>

We seem to be our own worst enemies. We should require critical U.S. infrastructure to remain in U.S. hands. ---->>>

One way to bring down crime in the state of California and every state in the union is to have an enforceable border. That means let's build that border fence. When people want to come into this country, let's ask them to knock on the front door. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: 05-31, 1948
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Occupation: Politician
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Duncan Lee Hunter (born May 31, 1948) is an American politician. He was a Republican member of the House of Representatives from California's 52nd, 45th and 42nd districts from 1981 to 2009. Hunter was the chairman of the House Armed Services Committee during the 108th and 109th Congress. Hunter sought the Republican Party nomination for President of the United States for 2008, but his campaign failed to attract significant voters or delegates in early primary and caucus states, and he dropped out after the Nevada Republican caucuses (wikipedia)