Tuesday, August 17, 2010

AROMA Party Platform: Immigration - The Canadian Express

The topic of immigration along the southern borders of the United States has for too long bedeviled the Congress and the Governors of the States affected by undocumented immigrants pouring across these borders in ever greater numbers. The Aroma Party takes the position that the current situation exemplifies intolerance while overwhelming the resources of the affected States. However, there is a solution which is both fair and eminently sensible:

The Canadian Express.

According to WikiPedia, Canada is a

country occupying most of northern North America, extending from the Atlantic Ocean in the east to the Pacific Ocean in the west and northward into the Arctic Ocean. It is the world's second largest country by total area. Canada's common border with the United States to the south and northwest is the longest in the world.

Archaeological and Indigenous genetic studies support a human presence in the northern Yukon from 26,500 years ago, and in southern Ontario from 9,500 years ago

Canada’s indigenous population was decimated by diseases brought by the white European settlers who now dominate this ancestral home of the Meso-American culture.

With a population barely the size of California, vast open unsettled territories rich in mineral resources and the primary exporter of oil to their southern neighbor, with the major metropolitan area steeped in multi-cultural nightclubs and languages, with lax drug laws and a porous border, undocumented immigrants will be able to take immediate advantage of the free health care systems, share in the enormous wealth and continue with their current business models with less interference from the government. Long a home of free thinking liberals who have enthusiastically supported human rights, offered sanctuary to those fleeing the oppressive society of their southern neighbor, Canada is the ideal immigration destination.

The AROMA Party supports the establishment of the Canadian Express. Illegal and undocumented immigrants fleeing the violence of the drug cartels, and simply families who wish to establish a better richer more powerful presence will be offered free comfortable transportation and per diem to travel to and settle in the marvelous and tolerant land, the land of their ancestors, Canada.

A Mari Usque Ad Mare


John Cowan said...

Does this mean we can get upgraded train service along the Pacific Slope? Heavy rail is by far the cheapest and most environmentally friendly way to move that much mass, and it has to be passenger-friendly on humanitarian grounds.

Len Bullard said...

I believe so. This is, after all, a jobs program and can improve our faltering infrastructure.

Amber said...

How about a swap? I and my family move to Canada to make space for four Mexicans who want to come here? Sounds like a good deal for everyone.

Kurt Cagle said...

Ah, the irony!

I do not regret the move to Canada five years ago, though moving back to DC, while a significant improvement for my income, has really felt like going on a long term remote assignment in a hostile country.

While I do not think I'll return to Canada (though my eldest daughter will likely go to college there), I am planning on moving back to Canada South (aka Seattle) once things are settled with the US Nat. Archives. I did learn, when in British Columbia, that you do not speak of coming from the US - instead, you come from Seattle. That, apparently, is a whole different kettle of fish.

Len Bullard said...

Which made it important to settle the issue of Net Neutrality quickly, Kurt.

Len Bullard said...

Which made it important to settle the issue of Net Neutrality quickly, Kurt.

Len Bullard said...

I'm not repeating myself.


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