Saturday, August 18, 2007

The "Fact" That "Doesn't Exist" Confronts President Bush!

Congress tells Bush: Back off SPP agenda! Lawmakers' letter warns 'stealth' effort to 'harmonize' could undermine security.

The Bush administration cannot seem to stay out of trouble! After repeatedly denying the NAFTA Superhighway, NASCO, and the SPP (Security and Prosperity Partnership) even exists, President Bush is now being told by Congress to STOP! This is quite an astounding thing to do for something that has been constantly denied!

Twenty-two members of the U.S. House of Representatives – 21 Republicans and a Democrat – are urging President Bush to back off his North American integration efforts when he attends the third summit meeting on the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America next week in Montebello, Quebec.
They make it clear that continuing any such agenda at this point would be disregarding growing apprehension in Congress about the plans.
"As you travel to Montebello, Canada later this month for a summit with your Canadian and Mexican counterparts, we want you to be aware of serious and growing concerns in the U.S. Congress about the so-called Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP) you launched with these nations in 2005," the letter said.

... One particularly disturbing comment was noted in the official conference record of the speeches given, as recorded in the "Rapporteur Notes" obtained by the Judicial Watch FOIA request. In Section VI of the conference, entitled "Border Infrastructure and Continental Prosperity," the reporter summarized as follows:
To what degree does the concept of North America help/hinder solving problems between the three countries?
-Vision is helpful
-A secure perimeter would bring enormous benefit
-While a vision is appealing working on the infrastructure might yield more benefit and bring more people on board ("evolution by stealth")
Reflecting on those perceptions, Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said, "It is not encouraging to see the phrase 'evolution by stealth' in reference to important policy debates such as North American integration and cooperation. These documents provide more information to Americans concerned about the Security and Prosperity Partnership. The more transparency the better."

... the more they lie, the more they're mistrusted!

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