On Aug. 20 and 21, under the mask of a North American leader's summit, President Bush, President Felipe Calderon of Mexico and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper met. The Associated Press reported the summit lacked a significant issue. This two-day meeting was carried out in secrecy, protecting their privacy.
David Wilkins, former South Carolina speaker of the House, and now U.S. ambassador to Canada, said that "while conspiracy theories abound, you can take it to the bank that no one involved in these discussions is interested in, or has ever proposed, a 'North American Union,' a 'North American superhighway' or a North American currency."
Is all this merely coincidence? I don't think so. This is the third meeting between these heads of state. Their timetable called for the completion of the North American Union by 2010. ...
George W. Bush's administration has had more than seven years to close our borders. By its refusal to do so, Bush and compliant members of Congress are beyond impeachment. They have committed treason, and should be arrested and tried.
With our borders left wide open, we are looking at potentially more than 200 million immigrants. In less than 20 years, we will see the demise of our government school system, our welfare and health systems and Social Security. This will be the end of the middle class and America as we have known.
All of this will be accomplished under the radar, out of sight of the American people.
Ignorance is free; we will never be.
Andy Windham, Wagener, S.C.