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  •  I see you were still not convinced last night (0+ / 0-)

    but I think you are now. There are so many links it is not funny. Just google North American Union and you will see it is a terrible fact to those of us of all three countries that value our soveriegnty. Please stay in touch.
        There are those of us that do not come from the left or the right but only search for facts and the truth. We see in fact how much trouble Bush has us and the world in and it will soon get a lot worse.

    Repug credo: If you can't Dazzle them with Brilliance Baffle them with Bullshit!

    by jmsjoin on Mon Jun 25, 2007 at 06:30:14 AM PDT

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    •  Wrong (0+ / 0-)

      No, I am not convinced, as there is nothing to convince me of. This NAU stuff is completely farcical. I read your analysis of the links on your NAU post.

      If something reinforces your conspiracy theory, you find it credible. If it doesn't, you blow it off.

      So I choose not to engage, because you are clearly not rational.

      •  Lou Dobbs is blowing things out of proportion too (0+ / 0-)

        huh? You should wake up. It is because of the narrow mindedness you are displaying that our future is so imperilled.

        DOBBS: Representatives of the United States, Canada and Mexico are preparing for a summer meeting to further the goals of the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America. The SPP, which many consider to be simply a blueprint for the North American Union, would weaken U.S. laws and regulations and diminish American sovereignty. Kitty Pilgrim has our report.


        KITTY PILGRIM, CNN CORRESPONDENT (voice-over): President Bush, former Mexican President Vicente Fox, and former Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin conceived the Security and Prosperity Partnership between the three countries in 2005. A summit is scheduled in Canada later this summer to flesh out more details, but current information on any agreements is scarce.

        JOHN URQUHART, COUNCIL OF CANADIANS: The Security and Prosperity Partnership will deliver neither security nor prosperity for a simple reason that it's not, so far, been democratic. Most of the discussions have been taking place behind closed doors.

        PILGRIM: Now, new documents have come to light about how U.S. taxpayers may end up footing the bill. Watchdog group Judicial Watch dug up documents through the Freedom of Information Act. It's a financial work plan that describes how U.S. taxpayers would fund grants to Mexico. The work plan states, "The establishment of a grant fund for development with U.S. and Canadian resources to finance the development of physical infrastructure in Mexico."

        TOM FITTON, JUDICIAL WATCH: I don't like the idea of taxpayer money being spent on dubious government enterprises. And I certainly don't like the idea of taxpayer money being spent to build up Mexico's physical infrastructure. Mexico have plenty of inherent wealth as a result of its oil and as a result of the $20 billion or so a year that Mexican illegals here send through to Mexico.

        PILGRIM: The group says the 10-page work plan for financial services was filed somewhat incongruously among Health and Human Service records. U.S. taxpayers would not be alone; Canadian funds would also be committed to the project. (END VIDEOTAPE)

        Repug credo: If you can't Dazzle them with Brilliance Baffle them with Bullshit!

        by jmsjoin on Tue Jun 26, 2007 at 07:01:53 AM PDT

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