Thursday, April 10, 2008

Imaginary Fence for Imaginary Countries

Maybe Bush's inability to build a real fence is tied up in this logic:
The key benefit to trading with a fictional country is that you control the terms and have all the leverage because, in order to continue to exist, they are dependent on you believing that they exist. This is why the US is able to extract such generous terms in its trade with Canada.

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