posted on Nov, 6 2004 @ 08:33 PM
Hey, don't bring race, Language, or religion into this, none ofthose were stated, and they shouldn't be a problem. The US already deals w/ those
issues, and I'm sure could continue to deal with them. This does not change though that the US believes things such as DRUGS, and GUNS are bad, and
where do a majority of them (drugs and illeagal guns to the US) come from...Mexico, and other south american countries. What is the most stariotyped
drug country in the world....Columbia. Though many countries oppose things like this, important, They do little or nothing to stop itOpening
our boarders would alow a flood of potential for anyone looking to make quite a rich living to walk right in w/ their case-fulls and sell it right
out. The EU has similar agentcies that each control their own nations, the americas do not have even remotely similar agencies.
True some countries in the EU do not have quite equal security agencies, but they average eachother, but the scale of difference that would occure
with the unity of the America would be rediculous, and I for one feel we should not have our security jepordised because some other nation
wants to mooch off our industry.
I feel sorry for the poor mexican workers, and I think reform does need to occure, we do need them, but we need to regulate them. As was said earlier
IF we had open boarders there would be 2 floods, 1)a flood of workers that would increase suply of workers, causing competition, and driving their
working wages down. 2) with this same massive wave people (under the current system) would collect our tax money via gov programs, and I feel WE DO
NOT NEED TO MAKE UP FOR THE FAULTIENESS OF OTHER GOVERNMENTS
Your idea is nice, but is way too implausable, it's nice to immagine, as John Lennin said, but history has shown, it just doesn't work out this way.