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Old 03-03-2008, 09:10 PM   #41
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Maybe out of context but, I am not sure we could create a strong enough market to support the demographic difference between the US and Mexico. Therefore a union could create a huge grey area of what is considered middle class. If there would be any at all with the numbers of low income families absorbed into the demogrpahics. That said, hmm... 5 countries off the top of my head would be a tuff one. Vietnam is certainly one, Nigarahgua, Costa Rica (but this is fading fast), Chile, then of course you have China and Russia but, dealing with Russia has always been tricky and we are already dealing with China.


My investments are good although I was expecting a reply to my last PM.
in every change some will profit and some others will loose, as i can see in your replies , you ae talking about yourself and how you will profit, wich is good tho but,

talk tome about the rest? i fear that even the way we work now might change even pay rates might change

we dont know what is going to happen untill it happens,

lets hope for the best
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Old 03-04-2008, 11:02 AM   #42
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in every change some will profit and some others will loose, as i can see in your replies , you ae talking about yourself and how you will profit, wich is good tho but,

talk tome about the rest? i fear that even the way we work now might change even pay rates might change

we dont know what is going to happen untill it happens,

lets hope for the best
The investments were a personal conversation continued in PMs with a potential financial advisor for myself.

So onward to the matter at hand.... Yes, an NAU could work but not under the current conditions. I can see many things that would make it a bad decission anytime in the near future. And, just so I am not labeled as some kind of racist because I don't want an immediate merger with Mexico let me point out some key reasons why I feel this way.

1. We are at war with an enemy that does not have a solid profile or location. So, I feel that if we can not adequetly control our borders through enforcement and policy then we currently can not control North America.

2. There is another war going on currently along the US / Mexico border between gangs, mafia, drug lords and law enforcement. Again, if we can not control the current situation why would we want to expound the variable of problems.

3. Socioeconomic differences between the US, Canada and Mexico are profound. I can definetly see a renewed strength in industry helping Mexico within a proposed union which could build a strong new currency but, this is only probable if Mexico addresses some of its policies. If the country as a whole is not benifiting then we will not see benfits within the union.

Those are a couple of the issues I see right off hand from my point of view. Feel free to jump in and throw around some ideas.
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