What to do, what to do?
Now that there is going to be this HUGE Republican win, that will make all our taxes go away and everything will be free.
That’s all well and good, but what about the leftover people?
You know the ones I mean. The inferior ones. The ones that don’t deserve anything, because they don’t work. Lazy inferior leftover people.
Currently, we’re doing pretty good with getting a lot of them out of housing and living outdoors. Much easier to mess with them that way. And they die a lot sooner; that’s always good. Especially the children. There’s nothing more tiresome than some homeless six year old brat, whining at you to give her your breakfast. Coffee shops used to have some standards. Hrmph.
Of course, there’s always the military. Soon we will have lots more leftover people to feed to the military. That will help, because the draft is politically unpopular, and the military is really good at processing leftover people.
But how are we going to pay for the military? Since there won’t be any taxes anymore and everything will be free, there won’t be any money to pay for the military.
Oh, you didn’t realize that the military is special? That’s the part that isn’t free. God sends you infrastructure and social services – but the military? You gotta pay for that.
Well, scratch that plan then. Okay, so what are we going to do with all of these leftover people? You know, when they start getting really hungry and desperate?
We really should start planning now, before we entirely run out of money and credit. Maybe we could send them all on buses to Mexico. Oh, and make sure we get that electronic border fence built before we run out of money, too!
Seriously, we should be thinking about this ASAP. It’s so tedious having to trip over them when they lie dying in the street.
And honestly, peoples; I hate to tell you this, but leftover people aren’t always willing to be so helpful as to just lie there dying. Sometimes they actually, um, are sufficiently unhappy about their situation to make a bit more of a fuss than that.
I know, it’s tedious. I know, you have better things to think about.
But occasionally, just occasionally…it’s a good idea to think ahead.
Just a bit.