Mexico Has A Serious Illegal Alien Problem

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Tuesday, 22 January 2013

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Mexico has ruled out building the border fence out of bricks because of the tremendous cost. (Photo by El Niño).

MEXICO CITY - The Republic of Mexico has just announced that they are having a very serious problem with illegal aliens entering their southern border from Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, and Nicaragua.

Laguna Vendetta, a reporter with Mexico's national news agency, Las Maracas, stated that Mexican President Nacho Winslow has asked the United States for help in solving this pressing problem.

He was told by Buckholtz P. Tatterbatter, a member of the U.S. Immigration Department that it sure does appear like the shoe is on the other foot now.

President Winslow reportedly did not appreciate Mr. Tatterbatter's sarcasm and informed the U.S.I.D. that he will look into possibly cutting the export of Jose Cuervo Tequila from Mexico into the United States by 30 percent as a retaliatory measure.

Meanwhile Vice-President Joe Biden, who is a close friend of President Winslow's, stated that he will have a team of U.S. border consultants sent down to Mexico to study the issue and see what can be done to fix the problem.

A source in President Winslow's cabinet who spoke on grounds of anonymity stated that the president has been advised by Arizona Governor Jan Brewer to go ahead and start constructing a border wall between Mexico and Guatemala.

[EDITOR'S NOTE: FOX News is reporting that word out of Mexico City is that if in fact a border wall is constructed it will be built out of recycled tamale shucks.]

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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