6.The feelings aroused in Delaney by Candido are a result of Delaney’s contemplations andin combination with his thoughts of other illegal immigrants. It is unfair to pose all the hate, anger and fear generated by an entire group of people onto one person, without truly knowing that person, and so the feelings conjured up by Delaney are in fact unreasonable. It is ironic that he feels the way he does due to the way in which he for Candido represents the goal. Money, a home, a family together, these are what Candido came to the United States to secure; The American Dream.7.The fact that Kyra is a realotor and her husband Delaney is conservationist is ironic itself.From home Delaney writes a monthly column called “Pilgrim at Topanga Creek” about the local ecology for `Wide Open Spaces`. When he does not write, he is out walking and observing nature. Delaney does not approve of the wall because he deliberately moved to the development to live near nature. In Delaney`s life everything has its place. While Kyra works at her office, he takes care of Jordan. Kyra is responsible for closing up five houses every night, six days a week. She is sceptical about Mexicans because they scare buyers away from the houses that she wants to sell. Therefore, Kyra approves of the wall.