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Trump’s Latest Border Plan Wall Cuts Out Congress Completely

From the very onset of the Donald Trump campaign for the presidency, one big ticket item has been at the forefront of his efforts:  A “big, beautiful” wall on the southern border.

Trump, like many Americans, recognizes the need for security as well as sovereignty.  By enforcing the laws laid out by those who came before us, we will guarantee that our nation remains the land of the free.  The leftist idea of open borders, on the other hand, creates a terrifyingly fluid idea of what a nation even is, squashing the uniqueness and individuality that makes our very existence here on the planet so meaningful.

Remember folks, without our differences, things would be rather bland, and the human race as a whole would be forced to find some other, more destructive way to entertain ourselves.  Homogeny is not the idea here.

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Trump’s border wall is a step in the direction of national security and a land whose just laws are obeyed.  And with Congress continually refusing to act on the subject, President Trump is looking to the Pentagon for help.

President Donald Trump said Friday that he’s considering using military resources to finish construction of his long-promised border wall instead of relying on Congress to fund the project through the Homeland Security Department’s budget.

He also wouldn’t eliminate the possibility of a government shutdown if Democrats continue to confound his efforts to appropriate money for the project on the U.S.-Mexico border.

‘We have two options,’ he told DailyMail.com aboard Air Force One as he flew from Billings, Montana to Fargo, North Dakota. ‘We have military, we have homeland security.’

All we know is:  The sooner, the better.

Whatever it takes, Mr. President.

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