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This is my effort to share my thoughts with readers about concerns facing our country today.  I believe there is a good chance my grandchildren may be the first generation in the history of this great country not to have a better standard of living than their parents. If so, our generation is to blame. The clock is running out for damage control. .

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Wednesday
Apr092008

Kudos to Washington

Finally, finally, I can write about something good. Entry after entry has been negative and dismal. I'm a glass half full guy and this has been depressing and painful. Now, at last, I can give you some good news.

Crossings by migrants is slowing. Our economy is so bad they would rather stay home or pass right through to Canada. We have solved the problem. By screwing up our own economy we have made this country unattractive to migrants. Washington can cancel the fence and all the guards. The solution was so simple they should have though of it long ago. Make us into Mexico. 

Not only are they not coming, but they are going home.

Just when you though our leaders could not solve the big problems: sinking dollar, social security, no energy plan, the police action in Iraq refereeing a civil war, housing crisis, trade deficit, etc. we cross a big one off the list.

Some of the rest can be solved the same way. If things get too bad none of us will own houses, hence no housing problem anymore. If we have no energy, we can't really have an energy problem, can we?

It's solution by subtraction. I'm so happy there is a 76% reduction in migrants being caught sneaking across the border. Soon Mexico will build a fence to keep them from coming home. The US will be like a tunnel, access to Canada. Then, Canada will build a fence. Wait a minute, how the hell will we get out when things get too bad here?

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