July 7, 2006, - 10:40 am

U.S., Canada, Mexico Reach Agreement on Illegal Alien Invaders

No joke. The U.S., Canada, AND Mexico finally reached an agreement on illegal alien invaders.
Unfortunately, it’s an agreement to work together to protect Monarch butterflies, which migrate between the three countries. They also agreed to share information between the three governments about Monarchs and their migratory pathways and designate 13 areas as protected preserves for Monarchs.
Share info on migratory patterns, etc. Sounds familiar. Yup, we have our priorities straight. 20 million plus illegal aliens, and our country is focused on the most important national security matter in American life–Monarch butterflies.
In the meantime, our partner in the “comprehensive” immigration policy for Monarchs, relatively “conservative” Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper visited the Prez, yesterday, and urged the U.S. to be “flexible” in tightening border controls. He had the gall to lecture us, thusly:

Canadian PM Stephen Harper:

Our Partner in “Comprehensive” Monarch Immigration Reform

If the fight for security ends up meaning that the United States becomes more closed to its friends, then the terrorists have won.

Wrong. The terrorists have won because our supposed “friend,” Canada, refuses to crackdown on its lax Islamofascist-dominated easy immigration rolls.
That must be the “flexibility” he’s talking about. With “flexibility” like that, we might as well make it as easy to enter as it is for Monarch butterflies. We’re almost there, anyway.

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So, let’s see, Canameramex is increasing the number of sanctuary cities, oops, I mean sanctuaries for migrants,…dang did it again… I mean wild life preserves…did it again sheesh. You get the point.
How many of the new “preserves” will suddenly sprout “Job Centers” for day laborers? What will be the NEW restrictions to natives for biological impact studies? Ethanol only? Just a rhetorical question. Another question, if the North American Union is protecting the migration of bio-organisms, is this a defacto affirmation in support of the U.N.’s Division of Sustainable Development? Commonly known as “Agenda 21.” Sounds scwewy I admit. With the building of the Super-Highway, does this also mean the Mississippi River will allow “free flow” of goods from Mexico and Canada too? I mean, Agenda 21 strictly prohibits the denial of transit of migrating bio-organisms i.e. ANY animal to include humans. Did not Canada and the U.S. already sign an agreement saying they would NOT prosecute any person “migrating” for work purposes? Just a thought. You decide.

SickBoy on July 7, 2006 at 12:27 pm

MONARCH BUTTERFLIES…good grief Mr. Harper!
…we’re still trying to get THIS GUY to care about Air Canada Flight 621.
However NOBODY…and I do mean ANYBODY cares about the religious burial rights of believers!
At least the butterlies are covered off~

The Canadien on July 7, 2006 at 8:04 pm

Maybe Harper should look into the “fair market” value issue in Caledonia too, no?

SickBoy on July 7, 2006 at 9:28 pm

I love butterflies, I hate illegals

KOAJaps on July 8, 2006 at 3:25 pm

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