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Of androids and aliens.

January 10, 2019

After addressing the nation Tuesday, President Trump met with Democrat leaders Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi (hereafter referred to as Chuncy Schulosi for brevity’s sake) and reportedly asked them whether, if he were to sign off on opening all the shut down branches of government except DHS, if they would then quit opposing the “wall.”

Apparently their answer was something along the lines of,  No Friggin’ Way, and since compromise was the reason for the meeting, he left.

That’s not exactly compromising with him, nor does it do anything to get furloughed employees back to work.

Magically, the Chulosi twins then materialized before microphones to denounce him for having a temper tantrum.

As we said yesterday, for them, you spell compromise s-u-r-r-e-n-d-e-r.

It’s too bad that some Federal employees are the ones caught between a rock and a hard spot, but hey, that’s life. If you don’t want to get caught up in politics, don’t work for the government. After all, at least you can be pretty sure your missed pay will be made up if this thing ever ends.

Chuncy Schulosi’s whole reason for being seems to be to bring about the overthrow of a lawfully elected President. If they have to import the entire population of Central America to the U.S., so be it.

At some point, probably sooner rather than later, the public is going to start asking what’s the harm in erecting a couple hundred miles of fence. It doesn’t hurt anyone, and if you believe the Schulosi argument, it wouldn’t even slow down the flow of river swimmers and border hoppers. So, what’s the big deal?

The purpose of the wall is to both stop and direct cross-border traffic.  If more of the traffic was funneled through ports of entry, we could make much better use of our resources, possibly negating the need to add quite so many personnel to the Border Patrol roster.

As far as the cost goes, the DOD reportedly returns more money to the Treasury than the whole wall would cost because they don’t allocate it to contractors fast enough.

Incidentally, concerning the American Gothic comparisons on Twitter…we think they missed the point. Those weren’t real people at all. They were  AI-powered androids as proved by the fact that the female android wasn’t programmed to blink in the beginning of the live shot.  The Chuncy Schulosi pair were probably knocking back a few stiff ones somewhere.

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