Federal regulations say that employees of unfunded agencies should be "Furloughed" (told not to come to work) unless they are necessary. Several hundred thousand federal employees were furloughed when Congress failed to pass an acceptable spending bill last month.
Federal regulations say that the President (or his staff) should LAY OFF furloughed employees after 30 days without Congress funding their agency. There are thousands of swamp dwellers, including "Senior Executive Staff" who usually cannot be fired without long justifications. Unless they are convicted of felony crimes and are sent to prisons, they are almost completely immune to being fired. Thousands of useless liberal swamp dwellers need to go. This 30+ day furlough without Congressional funding is a once in a lifetime opportunity to get rid of thousands of swamp dwellers who would have no appeal or process. Just good bye, you're gone.
Federal regs say the President "may" (but isn't required to) extend their furloughs when Congress is sill working on funding.
How many federal employees should be laid off permanently? The ones who aren't "necessary"?
How many Federal agencies should be closed for lack of Congressional funding. DOE? BATF? Which ones?