|Canada has a total area of 6,231,631 square miles and a population
of about 29,000,000 people. That's about 137 acres per person.
Admittedly, much of the land is frozen wasteland fit only for polar bears
and the heartiest of Inuit (that's Eskimos, Vern), but a lot of it is still
in pretty good shape. Unlike the US, we still have a few fish
in our lakes and rivers, and if you are lucky enough to actually catch
one, you can often eat it without getting sick. We have trees all
over the place and rivers that still empty right into the ocean, an unbelievable
concept for those drought ravaged folks in Southern California. Even
with NAFTA and all the rest, we Canadians are not too keen on diverting
our rivers south of the border just so Americans can have something to
drink besides orange juice.
The US has an area of 5,857,880 square miles with a population 267,575,000
people, or 14 acres per person. Now that's crowded. Small wonder
Americans are so screwed up with paranoia and other mental afflictions.
They got no room to move! When the US joins Canada, we will each
have over 26 acres each to fool around in. No wonder so many
Americans are demanding to join CAPTU!