Sunday, December 02, 2007

U.S. Tries New Border Security Tactic

In an effort to intimidate Mexicans attempting to cross the porous American border, the U.S. has unveiled its newest strategy: Large, intimidating, Beagles.

Border patrol agents hope that these new intimidating structures, which will be placed every two miles along the U.S./Mexico border, will instill fear into illegal aliens, keeping them South of the Rio Grande.

Although it is not certain how the ambitious border security project will be funded, it is believed that approximately $1.7 Billion dollars will be borrowed from the Social Security Trust Fund.

If successful, coalition forces in Iraq may build movable "Trojan Beagles" to secretly transport large numbers of troops across the desert.

1 comment:

  1. should have used Border Collies.