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George W. Bush: 'Canada, Mexico and US Should Merge'

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 "Immigrants come with new skills and new ideas. They fill a critical part in our labor market. They work hard for a better life," Bush said at the event, hosted by the George W. Bush Institute and the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. – Huffington Post

Dominant Social Theme: Immigrants reinvigorate our collective soul.

Free-Market Analysis: Okay, we made up the headline. George W. Bush has never publicly said that Canada, Mexico and the US should merge into one great big North American Union.

But in our view, he might as well have said it.

He spent a good bit of his second term sneaking around and holding confidential meetings with top leaders of Canada and Mexico. The security deals he made more closely combined civil and military policing, from what we can tell.

And today, of course, there is a "constitution free" zone between Canada and the US where authorities can act unimpeded by such pesky restraints as laws designed to protect people from unnecessary search and seizure.

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Comment by Timothy Yarbrough
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"We made the headline up"???? What type of irresponsible journalist would do such a thing??? Many only scan a headline and you spread false information. I did not read past your sentence saying you made up the headline as you lost all credibility with me. I suggest having someone edit your work and not mislead. If I were with Freedom Phoenix I would not post your headline however weel intentioned it may have been. I suggest a rewrite imho

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