Dem. Sen. Mary Landrieu: South Dakota borders Canada

Mary Landrieu thinks S. Dakota borders CanadaApparently, you don’t need to know much about geography to be a U.S. Senator.

On Thursday, Sen. Mary Landrieu, D-La., declared that South Dakota borders Canada during a discussion on a border fence.

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“A smart fence which is what Senator McCain and I want to build – since he’s from Arizona, I think he knows more about this than the Senator from South Dakota, who only has a border with Canada that is quite different,” she said.

As you can clearly see, South Dakota does not border Canada — unless we’ve given North Dakota to our northern neighbor, and with this administration, anything’s possible.

Map of South DakotaThe New York Daily News reported:

She was trying to express her opposition to Thune’s proposal about constructing a 350-mile double layered fence along the Mexico border, saying that she places more trust in the opinion of Arizona Sen. John McCain — because McCain’s state borders Mexico.

Here’s the really scary part – she chairs the Senate Homeland Security Appropriations Subcommittee.

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No wonder we’re in the shape we’re in.

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