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Homeland Security's Proposed New Canada-U.S. Wall Prompts Alarm in New York

Concrete Contractors Partying Like It's 1931


(SSN) To capitalize on the wide-spread perception of Americans there are constantly increasing terrorist threats south of the border, U.S. Homeland Security Spokesman Perry Noya has set aside funds for the development of a thirty-foot high, two foot thick concrete wall. The security wall will have turrets every fifty feet to beef up monitoring of the border from known terrorist hotbed; Canada. The concrete will have sophisticated electronic sensing devices, auto-tasers and its own drone force.

The amount of concrete required is the equivalent of 1250 Hoover Dams. Although northern state governors and other legislators were happy about the federal money coming to their region, the negative impact of tourism was a popular concern. Concrete contactors were already gearing up for the push. One company alone went through 32 cases of champagne. The good stuff.

“Whatever it takes to keep Americans safe is worth every dollar,” stated Noya in a recent Sage interview. “Of course being concerned about costs, we’re recommending cutbacks in education and healthcare. No point being educated and healthy if you’re invaded by legions of murderous terrorists.

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