PALM BEACH, Fla. – President Bush believes America should be more of an idea than an actual place, a Republican congressman told WND in an
"People have to understand what we're talking about here. The president
of the United States is an internationalist," said Rep. Tom Tancredo,
R-Colo. "He is going to do what he can to create a place where the idea of
America is just that – it's an idea. It's not an actual place defined by
borders. I mean this is where this guy is really going."
Tancredo lashed out at the White House's lack of action in securing
U.S. borders, and said efforts to merge the U.S. with both Mexico and
Canada is not a fantasy.
"I know this is dramatic – or maybe somebody would say overly dramatic
– but I'm telling you, that everything I see leads me to believe that this
whole idea of the North American Union, it's not something that just is
written about by right-wing fringe kooks. It is something in the head of
the president of the United States, the president of Mexico, I think the
prime minister of Canada buys into it. ...
"And they would just tell you, 'Well, sure, it's a natural thing. It's
part of the great globalization ... of the economy.' They assume it's a
natural, evolutionary event that's going to occur here. I hope they're
wrong and I'm going to try my best to make sure they're wrong. But I'm
telling you the tide is great. The tide is moving in their direction. We
have to say that."
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Tancredo was in South Florida joining the likes of media giants Rush
Limbaugh, Sean Hannity and Ann Coulter at a four-day event called
"Restoration Weekend" which concluded today. The gathering was hosted by
Horowitz Freedom Center.
Tancredo pointed to Florida's largest city as an example of how the
nature of America can be changed by uncontrolled immigration.
"Look at what has happened to Miami. It has become a Third World
country," he said. "You just pick it up and take it and move it someplace.
You would never know you're in the United States of America. You would
certainly say you're in a Third World country."
He said quickly changing demographics can cause big problems, and
specifically cited the "Islamization of Europe" in recent years which has
led to conflict across the continent.
Tancredo isn't the only congressman warning about plans to integrate
the three nations of this continent.
Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas, denounced
plans for the proposed "NAFTA superhighway" in his state as part of a
larger plot for merger of the U.S., Canada and Mexico into a North
reported this month, Enrique Berruga, Mexico's ambassador to the
United Nations, came right out and said a North American Union is needed –
and even provided a deadline.
Berruga said the merger must be complete in the next eight years before
the U.S. baby boomer retirement wave hits full force.
Tancredo – a heavyweight champion of the border-security issue, and
whose new book on how to solve that vexing problem, titled "In Mortal
Danger," became an immediate best seller – just may be elected
News' Neil Cavuto said recently.
"Illegals coming into America are sure to be front and center in the
next presidential election here," Cavuto said on a June broadcast of "Your World with Neil Cavuto,"
"and Republican Congressman Tom Tancredo certainly knows it. He owns this
issue. And straw polls show that, if he were to run for president, he just
might well be president."
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