Monday, November 14, 2005

Mexico: We'll send you some tuberculosis, but no moths please

Mexico steps up control over imports of foreign Christmas trees
Mexico is stepping up control over imports of American and Canadian Christmas trees to avoid foreign plant bugs, the Environmental Department said Friday.

Nearly 100 special inspectors will be positioned along Mexico's 2,000-mile (3,200-kilometer) border with the United States, scrutinizing the leaves and branches of the 800,000 Christmas trees it expects to flow south this season, said Hector Gonzalez, Assistant Attorney General of Natural Resources.

Meanwhile we welcome any invader with communicable diseases to walk across our borders, then we spend tax money to assist them with their medical problems. Stories like this are just a sad irony.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Can you turn your RSS back onto "Full" instead of "Short".

RSS hits are not logged at work, while web hits are.....

Daniel said...

I wasn't aware that I set up an RSS feed at all... did you get one before?

Tim Lewis said...

They just like their plant bugs better. They're much bigger and meaner.