Canada and the United States:

iVillage Member
Registered: 02-15-2007
Canada and the United States:
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Tue, 05-03-2011 - 11:57am

iVillage Member
Registered: 02-15-2007
Wed, 05-04-2011 - 1:54pm

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Registered: 02-15-2007
Thu, 05-05-2011 - 12:05pm

iVillage Member
Registered: 01-04-2011
Thu, 05-05-2011 - 1:01pm

*** Dexter, the point that you made “As I understand it, there are already some places along the US-Canadian border that are ‘open’ . . . with one side of a neighborhood street being US and the other side being Canadian . . .” supports my position that there would be no problem with eliminating immigration restrictions between the nations since any terrorists or criminals who would want to enter the United States could easily do so already.

iVillage Member
Registered: 01-04-2011
Thu, 05-05-2011 - 1:04pm

What I am now proposing is that laws be passed in both Canada and the United States that would make all citizens of the United States also citizens of Canada and all citizens of Canada also citizens of the United States.

iVillage Member
Registered: 03-18-2000
Thu, 05-05-2011 - 1:23pm
Remember too Canada belongs to the Commonwealth.
http://www.thecommonwealth.org/Internal/191086/142227/members/

 


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Registered: 02-15-2007
Thu, 05-05-2011 - 6:40pm

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Registered: 02-15-2007
Thu, 05-05-2011 - 6:46pm

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Thu, 05-05-2011 - 7:29pm

iVillage Member
Registered: 01-04-2011
Fri, 05-06-2011 - 6:13pm

*** Dexter, the point is that the border is already “porous” with many places where criminals and terrorist could come in, but they don’t, at least to the extent that it causes major problems. That shows there aren’t legions of criminals and terrorist waiting to come into the United States.

iVillage Member
Registered: 01-04-2011
Fri, 05-06-2011 - 6:20pm

Duel citizenship presents a lot of new problems...for instance, what if the US establishes a draft?