Monday, October 15, 2007

New Immigration Plan

Anonymous sources have revealed that the opening of Taco Bell in Mexico is part of the administration's new strategy to stem the tide of undocumented Mexican immigrants from entering the United States.

Early indication is that the plan is having the desired effect. Several customers at the Monterrey, Mexico Taco Bell - the first of 300 planned for throughout the country - thought less of America after finishing their meal.

"Something is lacking here. Maybe the food shouldn't come with french fries," said one customer.

Another noted, "They're not tacos. They're folded tostadas. They're very ugly."

Meanwhile, on Capital Hill a senior administration official was quoted as saying, "They'll realize how good they have it and stop trying to sneak into the US when they see first hand what passes for good Mexican food up here."


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