Fwd: Breaking news!!!



At 12:15 pm  today President Trump disclosed that he has
reached an agreement with Enrique Pena Nieto, President of
Mexico, which provides for the sale of substantially all of
the State of California to the country of Mexico.  President
Trump noted that this deal, which he claims is his
largest real estate deal ever and is a win-win for
everyone involved. 

One of the benefits he says he will highlight
during a prime time address from the oval office later this
evening, will include using the proceeds received by the US
from Mexico to 1) pay for the Wall (fulfilling yet another
campaign promise), a wall which will now include the length
of the eastern boarder of California, 2) fund all the
infrastructure spending in the remaining 49 states and 3)
pay to relocate the 67 Republicans that currently reside in
California. He also noted that Federal money saved from the
reduction of California citizens on US social programs will
allow those social programs to be cash positive in less than
3 years.

Mexican President Nieto announced that he has already
introduced a bill to the Mexican Congress asking to change
his new country’s name to MexiCal.

Other benefits President Trump intends to discuss during
this evening’s prime time address include:
California will now be able to act as a sanctuary state
within MexiCal, noting that there is much more room for the
refugees who will find the climate in the State of
California more desirable than the climate in US cities such
as NYC, Detroit or Chicago.

The elimination of the existing border between Mexico and
California will allow drugs to flow more freely between
Mexico and the users in Hollywood. Drug tunnel diggers at
the Tijuana boarder will now be able to use their skills to
dig tunnels under Los Angeles to help ease congestion in
that city and allow rioters to move about the city’s
universities more freely.

Who could ask for more ???????


delagar said...

That's so funny.

One question for RWD -- how does he think we can feed America without California?

No, wait -- I have two questions. Where does he think most of America's technology comes from? Kansas?

No, wait -- three: What percentage of our nation's tax money come out of California? Does it pay out more than it receives, or v.v.?

When RWD can answer those three question, please, by all means, get back to me.

SJT said...

Why would they change it to "MexiCal"? "California" is already a spanish word. Baja California already exits.

Your racism is sad and pathetic RWD, as usual.

charlie said...

If California were a country, it would have the world's sixth largest economy. Mexico can't afford it.

He also noted that Federal money saved from the
reduction of California citizens on US social programs will
allow those social programs to be cash positive in less than
3 years.

California pays far more in taxes than it receives in federal aid.

As delegar noted above, California also provides the rest of the country with a lot of food and manufactured goods.

What sort of tariff will Trump put on spinach, avocados and the Tesla 3?

Calling it "Mexical" would be amusing. There's already a town there called "Calexico."

As usual, RWD isn't thinking. Now if he wants to talk about selling Mississippi, that might make financial sense.

Ugh the Mag said...

No way could Mexico afford California. In fact a more likely Trump deal would be selling California to Microsoft or Walmart. I'm sure the flyover 'patriot' who wrote this fantasy wouldn't mind that either. We have sold some of our largest American assets to foreign entities, selling entire states is probably next on the right wing agenda. What better way to get government out of the way of business... God help the future citizens of Walmart.

Sean said...

So Mexico pays for California, and Trump uses that money to build his wall. How does that fulfill his campaign promise to build a wall that Mexico pays for? Mexico has paid bupkis for the wall in this scenario.

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