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To: jpsb

Just curious, but you don't have any illegals doing the "construction" on your profile page, do you? Hehe.


10 posted on 06/14/2005 12:30:38 PM PDT by La Enchiladita (Remembering our Heroes today and every day.)
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To: La Enchiladita

I heard a local radio talk show host posit a theory about why the US ISN'T working harder to make a stronger border along south and north...

Remember, I HEARD this as a theory, I didn't make it up!!

He said that he thinks that the governments of US, Canada, and Mexico have talked secretly about eventually making our three countries ONE huge "union", similar to Europe...

The reason, he opined, that they would want to do that is because of China...he said that China is getting stronger, and because of trade, is working closely with other countries, that are not "real friendly", like Cuba, Venezuela, and others...

The thinking is that if these 3 countries, became one "north American nation", they would only have to worry about the borders along the oceans, not between the countries, when it comes to defense against enemies, such as China, Russia, N. Korea, etc...

IOW, we would also have use of their militaries (such that they are) to help enforce the shorelines, and we would also have use of both countries "fly-over" space for any kind of defense system and air force...

I guess he was saying that since China its self has like 2.5 million in their military, it would take the cooperation of our neighbors to help defend/attack that country, if ever necessary...

Just thought I would pass that theory along, as to why Bush hasn't been more hardline with Mexico about the borders!


11 posted on 06/14/2005 12:40:35 PM PDT by Txsleuth (Mark Levin for Supreme Court Justice)
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