Tear Jerker Podcast

Welcome to the Harvard Lunch Club Political podcast number 202!!! it is the Tear Jerker edition of the show with you sob-sister hosts radio guy Todd Feinburg and AI guy Mike Stopa.

This week, the wave crested, the migrant invasion massed to the border, threw their handful of projectiles and, with a tiny little burst of caustic gas were repelled by the good guys. Meanwhile, the media continues to make the migrant rabble (overwhelmingly composed of young men) into a march of the saints. They squeeze every scene and every anecdote for every pitiful tear they can get. Because they are colluding with all the other powerful forces in America to get Americans to say: “oh, hell….just let them in after all!!!”

Are Americans wise enough to know that 5000 today is 50,000 tomorrow is…(y’know, like, etcetera)??? Time will tell.

Meanwhile, the horde is growing weary. They are starting to accept offers for planes, trains and buses back home and Trump is being proved right once again!

And, at the other end of the continent in Darien, CT, mothers are being separated from their children. Again! This time the grade schools and kindergartens in Darien are forbidding the parents of the children from coming to the school to have lunch with their little preciouses. Helicopters away!

Our shower thoughts? Deep and thought *provoking*. Our hidden gem? James Taylor from *the early days!!* in a song called Knockin’ Round the Zoo. Enjoy!!!

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  1. colleenb Member
    colleenb
    @colleenb

    Thought the discussion on migration/immigration was good. It is sort of the same question as ‘How high should the minimum wage be?’ – no one ever answers it on one side of the argument. Re the parents in CT – why don’t they home school if they’re missing their children? Then they can have lunch with them every day. The James Taylor was a good pick.

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  2. Michael Stopa Contributor
    Michael Stopa
    @MichaelStopa

    colleenb (View Comment):

    Thought the discussion on migration/immigration was good. It is sort of the same question as ‘How high should the minimum wage be?’ – no one ever answers it on one side of the argument. Re the parents in CT – why don’t they home school if they’re missing their children? Then they can have lunch with them every day. The James Taylor was a good pick.

    Thanks Colleen! I am sure that postpartum blues (after they leave to school) are painful….but *home schooling?!?*…well, um, let’s not get carried away here….

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