Jeb! Believes That A Border Wall Isn’t Practical


In today's what-in-the-hell-are-conservatives-thinking news, Jeb! said this yesterday at a Florida rally, presumably to gain support for his campaign.  Or something:


“I went to McAllen, Texas, in Hildago County, last week and met with the Mayors, the County Judge, and the Sheriff, right out of central casting with a big mustache, and these are good salt of the earth people who are concerned about their community…" 



He said these Democrat community leaders told him,



“You can’t build a wall and solve this problem in our part of the country. The terrain is too rugged, you’d have to keep American citizens on the other side of the wall, and you couldn’t access the river, which is part of the economic driver of the community, it is an agricultural community, they need to have access to the water. And it’s not a feasible to build a wall, but it is a simple solution.”



“But it’s not practical, and it’s not conservative.”


I can't, y'all.  There are so many evens that I can't right now.  I mean, the DEMOCRAT leaders told him this – the ones straight out of central casting and everything.  The ones with the big ol' mustachios and whatnot.  So we should totally listen to them.

And make crucial decisions based on what they say.


I know it's early, but I need a drink.