Saturday, April 22, 2006

Open US Immigration--Selected Locations--Kill Two Birds With One Stone--Solve Immigration And Reduce Energy Dependence

Here's a new solution. Completely open immigration with selective location. Repopulate the ghost towns of Kansas, etc... and rebuild factories. Grow so much corn that we could never starve and we could feed the world and we would have enough left over to make ethanol so we could become energy independent within 5 years. If Brazil can do it, so can we.

Otherwise, according to previous CIA director James Woolsey, we will see our greatest vulnerability come to fruition. He says the U.S. faces 'World War IV' . We are close to it now. Can you imagine if the oil cartel decides to boycott us and sell their oil only to Asia, India and Europe? They could bring us to our knees and our economy would come to a halt. This may sound like overreaction or a slippery slope fallacy, but we are on the edge of such a disaster at this moment with the looming prospect of "Nuking Iran". I guess that would solve our immigration problem, wouldn't it? Who would want to come here once we have alienated the people on whom we depend for our very survival?

Longtime commodities trader Raymond J. Learsy lifts the veil of the Mideast oil cartel,
showing how OPEC manipulates the oil markets and destabilizes the world's economy.
With refreshing candor and an insider's perspective, Learsy explains .

We would become third world--the falling of the Roman Empire would look like a minor depression. Brazil would become the center of the universe and those coming here to find the American dream, would go there instead. Sounds great, doesn't it? Nahhhh.

Arrest and imprison H-1 application liars, and those hiring illegals to do jobs that used to pay well. Protect existing jobs in adequately populated areas; Encourage immigration to Kansas; Plant corn; Eat, drink and be merry and drive your cars to your clean fuel delight; Pay lower taxes and become proud to be an American again.

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