I had a dream - or was it a nightmare? - opinion by Gunnar Ruthstrom

I had a dream -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- It is Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2010. President Hillary Clinton, being in office for one year, announces the completed formation of the North American Community. "We now have complete open borders with Mexico and Canada." An estimated 4 million Mexicans who had massed at what use to be the border rush into the once United States of America. It is bigger than the 1889 Oklahoma Land Rush. The new residents yell in Spanish, "We did it; we finally got back our land from those stupid gringos!" It was declared by city officials in Mexico City that construction of a monument had already begun in the likeness of President Bush and President Fox, which was to be very similar to Mount Rushmore, overlooking Mexico City. No completion date had been set because it had been very hard to find workers in Mexico who would do manual labor. Former President Clinton, who now heads the U.N., said, "This is a great day for all North American Community residents. Now we can live under one Constitution, the U.N. Charter." Clinton takes time off from working on his seven-year peace treaty plan between Israel and the Arab states to mark this special occasion. Meanwhile, the North American Census Bureau, formerly the U.S. Census Bureau, is working with the new North American Police, which has been busy confiscating all the guns from NRA members. The Supreme Court justices, being out of a job, are seen in a local bar in Washington, D.C., drinking and singing, "Those were the days." President Hillary Clinton is hoping to complete her North American tour this spring. She has begun most of her speeches with, "Government is your friend, trust us and let us do the thinking for you." Thank God it was only a dream! Please, wake up America! Gunnar Ruthstrom --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

03/10/2006

 
 
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