Washington - Congress is being asked to stump up nearly four billion dollars to successfully implement a credible narrative that will take care of an influx of the President's Mexican offspring.
Big checks are expected to come from budgets run by the Department of Homeland Insecurity, the Justice Department, the Department of State and the combined Health & Human Services.
The money will greatly help speed up the Little Obamas' court cases according to White House aides who traveled with Vice President Joe Biden to Central America and met with Obama godfathers involved with the issue.
Tonight Mexican sources confirmed that US Secretary of State John Kerry also met with regional leaders in Panama, Guatemala, Turks & Caicos, the Grenadines, Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Paraguay and the Socialist Peoples' Democratic Republic of Ecuador to discuss birth certificates 'and stuff'.
And in a totally unrelated move Homeland Insecurity Secretary Jeh Johnson and Marine Corps General John Kelly, commander of the US Southern Command, have flown to Guatemala on a fact-finding mission about the migration crisis.
Commenting on the day's developments House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, said that the Appropriations Committee and other whorsetraders including border crisis specialists led by Rep. Kay Granger, R-Texas, will review the Obama proposal.
A Tea Party documentary about the influx will heir after CBS News tonight.