Sunday, July 5, 2015

The country should build a huge fence on its southern border!

The country should build a huge fence on its southern border!

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The country of course being Canada, which needs to brace itself for a wave of undocumented workers from the United States:

Stubbornly high unemployment rates got you down? Not sold on the economic recovery? Look no further than America's polite neighbor to the north, where jobs numbers are surging and home prices have been rising steadily for nearly a year.

Last month, Canada, a nation with roughly one tenth of our population, created about 10,000 more new jobs than America.

This story is obviously in error -- any country with socialized medicine and with "big government" regulations on mortgages and the financial sector could never create so many jobs.

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