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North American Union: For or Against
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26 / M / Body in NY Mind i...
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Posted 8/4/07

Linkx wrote:

No, it's not a joke.


Ok let me see. This story is not just bull shit but invalid. We are very aware of whats nonsense and folly. Clearly you are incapable of seeing this. Are you aware of the U.S. Foreign Policies (conflicts with Mexico if your unaware) . Also the America and Canada's quarrels. This is the most invalid information to date on CR.

This is the mos BS ever. The U.S. Is not gonna open its borders to Mexico and Canada will surely refuse U.S. occupants.
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wow i'm surprised people are so quick to blow this off. wait a minute no i'm not. uh this is pretty real and actually is small beans compared to alot of stuff thats supposed to be coming. most of it enraging
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Posted 8/4/07

SenbonzakuraMaster wrote:


Linkx wrote:

No, it's not a joke.


Ok let me see. This story is not just bull shit but invalid. We are very aware of whats nonsense and folly. Clearly you are incapable of seeing this. Are you aware of the U.S. Foreign Policies (conflicts with Mexico if your unaware) . Also the America and Canada's quarrels. This is the most invalid information to date on CR.

This is the mos BS ever. The U.S. Is not gonna open its borders to Mexico and Canada will surely refuse U.S. occupants.


Have you actually opened a single link? Your arguement is pretty weak. All your doing is calling BS when I have provided ~9 links, including a .gov one.

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Posted 8/4/07
I don't the borders will be freely opening anytime soon. Canada don't want the border to be opened with the states and the states don't want their border with mexico to be open.

Currency however might change. Its possible that we might share the same currency. It is an ideal situations frankly. And the Canadian and American dollar is almost 1:1 so HA that won't change much.
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27 / M / Ireland
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Posted 8/4/07

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Actually it probably -is- going to happen. Just looking at the way things are going.I read about this in a book. It’s called Revelations. It’s just a matter of time. You’ll all see! You’ll all see! Hahaha!

Na, but seriously, the currency thing is almost diffidently going to happen eventually. People said it would never happen in Europe, but guess what?!

Anyway, we are not going to be opening our boarders to Mexico anytime soon. Especially as long as we’ve got the bulwark of Bushes’ bigotry to stand staunchly by and -talk- about making a wall.


As far as I remember all the countries that use the Euro voted for it.
I don't think U.S or Canada would want a common currency with Mexico because the peso is so weak compared to USD and Candaian$'s.
In the EU the only difference is "Free Trade", easier movment of people throughout EU countries and common policies on things like the enviroment etc.

Ok read the Wiki and I think people are dismissing this whole thing because they think it will have a much bigger effect. But it's still hard to believe the U.S would ever stop abusing mexico for money or have a decent enviromental policy.
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Posted 8/4/07
One more link:

HCR 40. The House Resolution that we do not get into SPP or NAU.

http://thomas.loc.gov/cgi-bin/thomas

Weird link won't work. Try this one:

http://thomas.loc.gov/home/thomas.html

Click "Bill Number" bottom of the search engine. Then in the search engine put in "HCR 40" and hit enter.
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27 / M / Lenexa, KS, U.S.A
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Posted 8/4/07
Uh wats that
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Posted 8/4/07
^ I posted everything in the first post.
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Posted 8/4/07

PanasonicYouth wrote:


SeraphAlford wrote:

Actually it probably -is- going to happen. Just looking at the way things are going.I read about this in a book. It’s called Revelations. It’s just a matter of time. You’ll all see! You’ll all see! Hahaha!

Na, but seriously, the currency thing is almost diffidently going to happen eventually. People said it would never happen in Europe, but guess what?!

Anyway, we are not going to be opening our boarders to Mexico anytime soon. Especially as long as we’ve got the bulwark of Bushes’ bigotry to stand staunchly by and -talk- about making a wall.


As far as I remember all the countries that use the Euro voted for it.
I don't think U.S or Canada would want a common currency with Mexico because the peso is so weak compared to USD and Candaian$'s.
In the EU the only difference is "Free Trade", easier movment of people throughout EU countries and common policies on things like the enviroment etc.

Ok read the Wiki and I think people are dismissing this whole thing because they think it will have a much bigger effect. But it's still hard to believe the U.S would ever stop abusing mexico for money or have a decent enviromental policy.


Wiki is useless and inaccurate. I don’t bother reading wiki articles. Either way, I don’t think we’re going to adopt the paso. I don’t think we’re going to adopt the dollar system either. I think we’re eventually going to conform just like Europe.

Anyway, what’s Europe voting to use the euro got to do with anything?

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Posted 8/5/07
I'm completely against this. Not having a border with Mexico will be even more inviting for criminals, drug smugglers and possibly even terrorists to gain entry into the US.
Posted 8/9/09 , edited 8/9/09
I am completely against this. I don't know if I should believe this or not. I hate how they're naming the currency ameros, sounds so... ugh.
Posted 8/20/09
How the fuck would that work.
Mexico doesn't share a border with Canada.

And they hop the ones they do have.


Zing!

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25 / F / Tampa, FL
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Posted 8/20/09
I'm not against it, but it's not going to happen, at least not anytime soon.
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Posted 8/20/09
There is already that North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), North American Agreement on Environmental Cooperation (NAAEC), and North American Agreement on Labor Cooperation (NAALC) all obvious inroads for such a grand union.

However, while Canada and the United States were/are in acceptable shape for such, after the Mexican peso crisis in late 1994, things could not work out.

Maybe such a union will happen in the future, but until Mexico can fully recoup it would be very unlikely. P:
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