Physics Of The Border

The border does have a scientific solution. Its called physics.

Build the wall and secure the border. Don’t build the wall and don’t secure the border.

The problem is that all the technology and electronics do not slow down the invaders. For that it takes the laws of physics. And even using tear gas is only temporary.

Any invasion requires demands an opposite reaction. Like physical force. We have to physically stop or slow them. They call the wall medieval. It’s just science.

Democrats might have shot themselves in the foot with this shutdown standoff. They refuse to fund the wall. Actually, they refuse the wall, period. It is not a funding problem. It’s a will problem. But they don’t realize who they offended in the process.

They just made the wall the priority of the 2020 election. So Democrats are literally running against the wall. We win that debate. The science deniers have no argument.

It’s a physics problem. But then you cannot negotiate with people that cannot be trusted. Democrats spent 30 years proving they constantly lie. It’s a shell game to them. They tell us “use gadgets and high-tech. Walls are offensive.” So we don’t want to offend or frustrate invaders. Why? The offend us and our border every day. Talking points solve nothing.

But Dems don’t want to apply laws of physics. So they are physics deniers. They tell us physics don’t work. We know what doesn’t work is not using them — or common sense.

Hey hey, ho ho… time to build the wall, ho ho!

Right Ring | Bullright

3 comments on “Physics Of The Border

  1. the unit says:

    it was about third grade (’50-’51). Momma employed or deployed physics. She sewed up the holes in my school pants pockets. Kept me from fondling my time away in the afternoon ’til the final bell rang to end the school day. šŸ™‚

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    • Bullright says:

      Oh informative days before ‘time outs’. šŸ™‚ I remember a private one on one lesson in the natural laws, using some natural resources that was particularly insightful. (as opposed to inciteful.)

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  2. Bullright says:

    New wall theorem: Don’t build it …they will come; or build it and they won’t come.

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