Different River

”You can never step in the same river twice.” –Heraclitus

May 5, 2008

Rev. Wright and Immigration: Two problems, one solution

Filed under: — Different River @ 10:29 pm

In all the uproar over Rev. Jeremiah Wright and his “God D–n America!” speeches, everyone seems to missing the obvious solution this gives us to the immigration issue.

It’s really simply: Everybody in America who hates America that much should go live somewhere else, and give up their spot in America two one of the millions of people who want to live here, but can’t do so (legally).

Obviously, Wright is not the only candidate for this “nationality swap.” Clearly, it should include whichever of his parishioners agree with him, and all other likeminded people elsewhere — such as Alec Baldwin, who threatened (promised?) to leave the country if George W. Bush were elected in 2000.

See, now we can solve two problems at once, and make everybody happier.

Right?

One Response to “Rev. Wright and Immigration: Two problems, one solution”

  1. The Panda Says:

    Of course, your response begs the question over whether the number of people who can inhabit this great land during any specific time is really finite in any meaningful way . . .

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