Saturday, August 22, 2009

Drug, Immigration Crises Solved

Mexico has decriminalized the possession of small amounts of marijuana, cocaine and heroin for personal use. This move to our Republic's south has the potential to solve two of our Republic's most pressing problems: drug abuse and immigration.

Here's the deal--and a deal it is, as this must be negotiated with Mexico. The United States will now encourage its drug users to move to Mexico, where they can pursue their drug use freely. In return, the United States will welcome one ambitious, hard-working Mexican immigrant to labor in its recovering economy.

Call the program Addicts to Immigrants, or Workers for Stoners.


L. Samuel Fuhrman said...

That is far too good an idea for it to actually happen in this universe. However, I still wish you good luck negotiating this one.

jdpowell said...

Jajaja! Que triste y chistoso!