Simple Solutions to National Problems — #Immigration from #CentralAmerica and #Mexico

It seems that the country has one problem after another with crisis following crisis. All these problems cry out for a solution. I recall seeing a sign when I worked in the Pentagon that said, “Every problem can be solved if the solution is complex enough. Simple solutions to complex problem will not be tolerated.” Apparently, all the nation’s problems can be solved with a complex solution no one can understand, let alone implement.  Now that I am older and slightly wiser, I realize that many of our national problems have a simple solution. It may be a hard and difficult solution but probably the correct one.

Let’s face the facts. People want to come to the USA for a better life or escape prosecution in their country. Many try to cross the border from #Mexico. They come from #CentralAmerica, South America and from overseas. Spin off problems include the large influx of unaccompanied children, #amnesty for illegal aliens, undocumented workers, keeping our borders secure, drugs, crime, etc. To paraphrase a Mexican bandit leader named “Gold Hat” (played by Alfonso Bedoya) in the movie The Treasure of the Sierra Madre, “Walls? We don’t need no stinkin’ walls!”

Here’s the simple solution; annex Central America. Make it a territory of the United States — problem solved. The US should annex Central America down to the Panama Canal. That includes Mexico, #Guatemala, #Honduras, #CostaRica, and half of #Panama. We would make it a territory like #Guam, #PuertoRico, and #Hollywood or add five new states.

Here’s the impact of that solution:

  1. All the people in Central America would be US citizens — no need to immigrate.
  2. The Panama Canal is a great barrier; no need to build a wall. We could fill the canal with sharks. The canal is 48 miles long – a fraction of length of the southern border with Mexico. Plus, it’ll be difficult to dig tunnels under the canal. A portion is under water which can be patrolled by boats and a couple of guard towers.
  3. It would probably mean more votes for the Democratic Party.
  4. The Panama Canal would be returned to the US ownership — more income.
  5. More illegal drugs would be available at lower prices. Many cartels would be out of business.
  6. No one would need a visa to take a vacation in Central America.
  7. People would then be able to eat real Mexican food.
  8. School kids would have to learn where Costa Rica is located.
  9. The NRA will be happy to learn that many of the people in Central America are already armed.
  10. The area is already named “America.”
  11. This action will put the Canadians on notice to clean up their act.

The lower cost to build a wall should make this a no-brainer.

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