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Question about Illegal Aliens, the border, and Oil

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posted on Aug, 31 2005 @ 10:48 PM

Caveat - This is just a query.

I was told that there was a message posted to the Sean Hannity website with words to the effect that for every 20,000 illegals that are allowed to pass across the US border, that [words to the effect] Mexico sells more oil to the US, or something like that. The vBulletin software that his website runs on won't perform a search. Looking around I couldn't find anything, but vBulletin won't even search for the word "the."

Anyone know anything about this rumor or whatever it is? Please allow me to stress that I'm not trying to start anything - if there is any truth to that, it would be known on this website. Or, should I have posted this query to conspiracy instead of here?

Thanks much.

posted on Sep, 1 2005 @ 04:59 PM
If it is true, it could be a conspiracy... I don't know about the idea of Mexico supplying oil to the states in such large quantities... And i'llwait for someone to find this information for you, as i'm overheated today with my research projects.

posted on Sep, 1 2005 @ 07:49 PM
Hi TrueLies, thanks for replying.

I talked again today to the guy who told me this; he has a reputation for honesty. I still cannot account for the accuracy of this; so please allow me to qualify what I posted that it is UNconfirmed.

He told me that he first heard about it on a shortwave radio broadcast out of Mexico, and that he believes that it is somewhere on the Sean Hannity website. I tried the website again, and the vbulletin search function won't work either from a Mac or an IBM-PC. It appears that I'll have to join that website and post my query there.

I realize, TrueLies, that my posting this doesn't contribute toward verifying the accuracy. I just want to thank you for replying and re-emphasize that it's a suspicion that has arisen.

May I suggest, that our elected officials' refusal to address such an obvious problem can give rise to all sorts of suspicions?

Thanks again,

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