...to change the lunacy planned by this group, working hand-in-hand with George Bush and our corrupt Congress -- all apparently bought and paid for by Mexico and "global" businesses that are draining money and jobs away from the U.S.A. -- into something a little more sensible.
Their idea is a "superhighway" to allow Mexican and Asian goods -- plus the occasional terrorist group and their weapons -- free access to this country. Apparently, it is the next best thing to a done deal; the bribes must have been gargantuan indeed to get politcians to sell out their own people so completely.
Just what we need: Mexican truckers carrying goods made by slave-wage workers in Mexico and Asia into the U.S. to sell to people whose livelihoods are being destroyed as factories close here.
Since Bush and the rest of the "open borders" crowd seem dead-set on their evil agenda, I offer a slightly revised map of what the "superhighway" should look like:
The simple addition of the "American Canal" (shown in a slightly darker blue than the oceans it connects), a deep, 100-mile-wide body of water between the U.S.A. and Mexico, will not only save us untold millions in border-enforcement costs, but will reduce travel time for ships transiting between Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, thus reducing fuel use and pollution.
The extra expenditure of time and money needed to send Mexican-made goods across the canal via ship may help reduce the cost advantage of manufacturing south of the border as well. And it will end forever the nonsense that any part of the United States "belongs" to Mexico.
Obviously, the building of so large a canal would be enormously expensive. We'd have to end the current practice of allowing Congress to waste our money on "Bridges to Nowhere," freebies for illegal aliens and other mad schemes.
Actually, if the Canal is built there will be no need for the "NASCO Corridor," so we can use the money that would have been p*ss*d away on that, too.
It's a "win-win" idea!
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