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  1. My reply:

    Yes, the real problem is that they keep coming and coming and coming. When we’re talking about people from overseas, it’s easy to stop them at airports, but people from Mexico can often just hop a fence or come through a tunnel. So why waste time on the Dream Act, immigration reform and other non-solutions and accept the inevitable that Mexico is a failed country and its 2K-mi. border with the U.S. is unsealable, and incorporate Mexico’s territory into the U.S. as several new states and give the New World a new beginning? Why can’t the new states have universities just as good as we have in the current states? Why can’t all 414 million of us move freely between all the states without passports and green cards? What’s so great about the Mexican constitution that it can’t be chucked for the U.S. constitution, and a new U.S. flag with 60 stars? This isn’t a pipe dream, it’s the inevitable future, the only question is when people will wake up and embrace it. Learn about the Megamerge Dissolution Solution plan at http://go.to/megamerge

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