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  • whitesands_8 whitesands_8 Sep 7, 2007 3:25 PM Flag

    North Carolina's new drivers license!!!

    Has a hologram of the north american continent on a globe...World government on the move....This is part of the SPP mess Bush is pushing.


    http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=57502

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    • RELUCTANT MAINSTREAM TALKS ABOUT AMERO

      I know since a while, but feel again ensured: we are all bantha fodder :-U
      http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=bantha+fodder

      See CNBC talking heads joyfully tell what amero is all about
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6hiPrsc9g98

      Description besides the youtube video:
      This video highlights a very serious concern which none of our media is looking into. The Amero is being looked at as the defacto currency of the North American Community (or Union).

      Here is a better quality audio/video copy
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_3jdQxDC7pA

      Here is a high quality Google Video version
      http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-6638097241299092586&hl=en

      This video is from CNBC November 27th, 2006

      You can also find the next day comments 11/28/06 on the Amero if you have the CNBC Plus account
      http://search.cnbc.com/main.do?keywords=amero&target=video&x=35&y=8

      The paper article is here http://oldfraser.lexi.net/publications/critical_issues/1999/amero/

      Building a North American Community
      http://www.cfr.org/publication/8102/

      Toward a North American Community
      http://www.amazon.com/Toward-North-American-Community-Lessons/dp/0881323284

    • September 07, 2007
      Message from Ron Paul

      Has this been a hectic and encouraging time! First we got almost 17% in the Texas straw poll, an event set-up to represent the establishment, with very restrictive voting rules. That 17% of the Republican hierarchy would support our views, after a full day of pro-war propaganda, is good news. Then we won the more open Maryland Republican straw poll with 28%. In both cases, as usual, hard-working, well-organized volunteers made all the difference.

      The Fox debate was a lot of fun as well. It's true that a few of the network people are not exactly with us on foreign or domestic policy (though one famous guy whispered to me that he is a libertarian), but the audience�with lots of students from the University of New Hampshire�was definitely fair and balanced, as their enthusiastic reaction showed.

      My opponents called for more war, more torture, more secret prisons, more eavesdropping, more presidential power. Some seemed to identify the government and the people as if they were one entity. But you and I know that once the government moves beyond its very limited constitutional mandate, it is an opponent of the people, a rip-off operation that takes our money and our freedom and our social peace, and gives us a mess of statist pottage in return.

      The government failed miserably on 911 to protect us, despite spending trillions. So the answer was supposed to be the giant, socialist Department of Homeland Security, protecting you and me from taking our toothpaste on the airplane. I was ridiculed for saying that the airlines, which know best how to protect their property, should have been allowed to arm their pilots. But then, you and I really believe in the Second Amendment. It is not just a political slogan for us.

      When I discussed the blowback that came from us intervening on the Arabian peninsula, Chris Wallace asked me if I wanted to follow the marching orders of al-Qaeda. I responded that I wanted to follow the marching orders of the Constitution, and not wage undeclared, aggressive wars that cause us only trouble. This is a mystifying to some, of course, but not to more and more Americans.

      There was much talk of taxes, and a pledge not to raise rates. But as usual, I was not allowed to discuss my lifelong pledge to abolish the income tax. Just holding the line, when the government takes such vast sums through an illegitimate guilty-until-proven-innocent system, is hardly enough. We need to slash taxes and spending if we are to have a future of prosperity for ourselves and our families.

      After the debate, many young people gathered around the stage to discuss our ideas and ask questions about them (and to have me sign their badges). My colleagues got no such response, and after a few moments, "security" ordered me off the stage. Can't have any such demonstration of interest in liberty.

      But the young are with us, and so are Americans of every stripe. Even party officials. When one of my opponent said it was OK to lose elections through supporting the Iraq war, that set party people's teeth on edge, and rightly so. The Republican party is shrinking. We need new people. It's either our ideas or President Hillary, and more and more people recognize it.

      But the media, and everyone else, will be looking at fundraising totals at the end of this month. They'll judge us by how we do. And we need help to wage what we hope will be a full-scale, 50-state campaign. Please help me head into the next quarter fully armed to do battle for freedom, peace and prosperity. Make your most generous contribution https://www.ronpaul2008.com/donate/. This Revolution is on the move, but it very much needs your support.

      Sincerely,

      Ron

 
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