Saturday, March 1, 2008

. North American Army created without OK by Congress "... the United States and Canada signed a military agreement Feb. 14 allowing the armed forces from one nation to support the armed forces of the other nation during a domestic civil emergency,..."

What is national sovereignty and why is it important? From the North American Union, to the AMERO to the North American Armed Forces, you can kiss the U.S. bye-bye if you vote in a candidate showing more allegiance to the CFR than the USA. By these actions, would it be reasonable to conclude that the Bush Administration does not care about border integrity? Do the military officers and soldiers of Mexico and Canada swear an oath to uphold and protect the Constitution for these united States of America or the United Nations? Did we go to "use of force" in Iraq based on our Constitution or a U.N. Resolution? What say you, war hero McCain? Did you suffer as a POW just so that one day you could run for president of North America? What about the constitutionally illiterate Obama? Upon what clause in the constitution would you rely to allow foreign troops on our soil? Hillary, can you spell c-o-n-s-t-i-t-u-t-i-o-n? I will say it again, until we all turn red, white and blue -- there is only one candidate for president that takes his oath of office seriously (and actually understands what it means). His name is Ron Paul and he is a threat to anyone who does not want to take responsibility for their own lives. If you want bigger, more intrusive government, vote for anyone else, because you are guaranteed to get it. Perhaps the move toward the North American Union is G.W.'s hedge against the collapse of the dollar? No matter what the reason, it's unconscionable and unconstitutional. What collapse you ask? Watch this video:

No other candidate for president can even define inflation, let alone know what to do about it. This issue makes all others moot. Without sound money and an independent treasury, there is no viable nation. This is what I keep coming back to in trying to understand the move by the Bush Globalists to destroy national sovereignty and have us all meld into one happy and drugged North American Union. That used to be considered treason. Now they define homegrown terror threats as coming from those that actually believe that our constitution must be protected, rather than usurped by international treaties repugnant to it. Multi-national, multi-billion dollar corporations are in control of governments now and they see national sovereignty as an obstacle to the "free" flow of cheap labor and goods. Keep this up and we may soon become the universal tourist spot in the Milky Way Galaxy for bargain shoppers. Visit planet Earth, home to the largest Wal-Mart this side of Alpha Centauri. Clothe your little green men for less at the 3rd Rock from the Sun...

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