Wednesday, March 03, 2010

Hillary Calls for Negotiations Over Falkland Islands

U.S. Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, called on Britain to open talks with Argentina to negotiate the future of the British held Falkland Islands that are located 300 miles off the coast of Argentina. Argentina also claims sovereignty.

While on a roll, Ms. Clinton also called on the United States to open talks with Britain over the American colonies, the United States to negotiate with France over the 'Louisiana Purchase' of the central United States, the U.S. to discuss the future of New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada, and California with Mexico, and to open talks with Russian concerning the future of Alaska.

She then called on Mexico to open talks with both France and Spain, Canada to sit down with the polar bears, and Brazil to negotiate with Portugal.

The United States should also sit down and negotiate with the Republic of Texas.

Unfortunately, Ms. Clinton failed to call upon the Obama Administration and Congress to open negotiations with the American people concerning the future of the U.S. Constitution.

The Obama Administration: Negotiating and apologizing with and to the entire world and teaching the American citizenry the Chicago Way.

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