Sunny, now you are just making yourself look asinine.
You may be right. Time will tell. My point is that with the current out of control spending by the federal goobermint, it would seem prudent to STOP SPENDING MONEY WE DON'T HAVE ON STUFF WE DON'T NEED. Just because you WANT something does not mean it is a good idea to borrow money to buy it. Maybe that's what got our country into the current mess, eh? http://adask.wordpress.com/2012/07/06/the-wealth-of-nations-vs-the-debts-of-government/
Perhaps after the US gets back to being prosperous, and if we have the energy resources to spare on more trips to the NP, I might go for another NP, but today I would oppose it. Our trajectory, if it isn't changed, will bring us to a point pretty close to this one: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ubJp6rmUYM
I do love wilderness areas, and NPs also, but NPs have way too much bureaucracy and red tape so I avoid them for the most part. "You have to have a permit for a specific backcountry campground for each night. You cannot camp anywhere except in a campground." "Blah, blah, blah........
I'd suggest if you just want people to be able to get a brief view of nature that perhaps the state of NM could add some viewpoints with educational materials along highways in the area. I would be totally opposed to building new roads into the area you are referring to for such purposes - cost being just one point of opposition.