Thursday, April 11, 2013

Mexican Hurricane

A Category 5 hurricane hits MEXICO. Two million 
Mexicans die and over a million are injured. The 
country is totally ruined and the government doesn't 
know where to start and is asking for help to rebuild.
The rest of the world is in shock.
CANADA is sending troops to help the Mexican army 
control the riots.
SAUDI ARABIA is sending oil.

Other LATIN AMERICAN countries are sending supplies.
The EUROPEAN community (except FRANCE ) is sending 
food and money.
The UNITED STATES, not to be outdone, is sending 
two million Mexicans to replace the dead ones.


Thanks David !


  1. Glad to hear we could help! Hopefully they won't see all of those people as an invasion, and of course, they should be able to stay as long as they want, become citizens, etc. etc.

  2. We can send a lot of "inner city people" as well to help repopulate Mexico. Depopulating Chicago, Philadelphia and Detroit would be a start.

  3. We could send Mayor Bloomberg and all of his inner city friends from New York City too...

  4. I live in Mexico, but you already know that. We are overrun. Overrun and you had better not say a word about it either.

    Have a terrific day. ☺

  5. They're already going back because things are better there than they are here.

  6. Genie in a bottle promises 3 American men their greatest wishes.

    Black man "I wish all Black Americans could be back in Africa and be happy"

    Mexican "I wish all Mexican Americans could be back in Mexico and be happy"

    WASP guy "The Blacks and Mexicans have all gone! Could I have a Coke?"

    Which film?

  7. Sounds good to me, but try 10 million!

  8. LL, that could be a great way to become a basketball powerhouse.

  9. LL, bloomberg's work isn't done here yet.

  10. Sandee, wrongo, I had no idea you were there. I thought you were in ... little Mexico about 500 miles north.

  11. Edutcher, their drug economy is much better than our Obamanomics.

  12. Never happen, border security going that way is closed.


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