Dan Crenshaw Puts Democrats on Notice Over Upcoming Wall Debate
I'll admit I'm not too crazy about the Donald caving on the shutdown. The whole thing looks like a giant victory for Nancy Pelosi and the rest of the pickpocketing degenerates we call the Democrats.
Trumpy claims he ended the shutdown to get those government employees their back-pay. I'm happy to see those people getting their paychecks, sure. Though, that's not gonna stop the left from calling Donny-T a flinching little softie.
On the other hand, where I see a screw-up, the venerable Dan Crenshaw sees an opportunity.
Mr. President, you did what you had to do. Now House Democrats will be forced to debate border security and not a… https://t.co/VoJ3A0ClXK— Dan Crenshaw (@Dan Crenshaw) 1548471860.0
This morning I joined @fox26houston to discuss the President temporarily reopening the government and our border se… https://t.co/p7OrRrGEzP— Rep. Dan Crenshaw (@Rep. Dan Crenshaw) 1548614791.0
Right on, Dan.
Danny-boy is right. Perhaps we should stay positive and focus on the next step. The good news is lefties can't throw out lame excuses to stall the debate any longer. Now, they have to explain to us why we don't deserve a giant concrete wall with spikes. Razor wire. A moat full of robot crocodiles who can shoot flames out of their eyes.
Funnily enough, I have yet to see a lefty come up with a single good reason why we shouldn't have a wall. It costs next to nothing in terms of the budget. It would do a great job of deterring fence-hopping pendejos. Border security is a perfectly reasonable idea. Now, with the government back open, all eyes are on the left to give us their reasons why it's a no bueno.
From here on out, these obstructionist butt-dumplings' douchebaggery will be on full display for everyone to see. Once everyone realizes the left's only reason for opposing a wall is their hatred of the Orange One, the pressure's gonna be on them to get out of the way and let us get things done.
With fine people like Dan Crenshaw on the front lines of this debate, I'm a lot more optimistic.
While we're on the subject: