Before Thanksgiving Rep. Tom Tancredo called the President out on his plans to merge the US with Canada and Mexico, again. He first did this in June. More background information with links is found here.
Much has been written about the North American Union, most of this great investigative work by Jerome Corsi of Human Events.
Officially it is called the The Security and Prosperity Partnership.
Convening that same day in Waco, Texas, for a trilateral meeting, the North American leaders said the security and prosperity of their nations are “mutually dependent and complementary” and explained the impetus for the new initiative.
“In a rapidly changing world, we must develop new avenues of cooperation that will make our open societies safer and more secure, our businesses more competitive, and our economies more resilient,” they said in their statement.
The leaders indicated that the North American partnership will work to achieve these ends and “is committed to reach the highest results to advance the security and well-being of our people.”
Despite the fact that solid conservative outlets such as World Net Daily and Human Events have reported on this, the right-wing blog world seems to want to deny these facts.
I’m pretty sure no one would make the mistake of tagging me as a lackey for the Bush Administration, but it looks like Tom Tancredo may be working overtime to quash that pesky “Tancredo in ’08” movement. Is Tancredo really telling reporters that George Bush is actively working to merge the U.S., Canada and Mexico into a single country?
One would think that a U.S. Congressman would realize that any statement that starts with “I know this is dramatic” and proceeds to defend the ideas of “right-wing fringe kooks” is pretty unlikely to go anywhere good.
We get e-mails from those people all the time. We … do not publish them.
I’d hoped never to have to serenade TT with our official conspiracy-theory theme song. But I fear the hour has arrived.
For some reason the right-wing blogger are total blind on this issue.
More like just totally ignorate of what is going on.