James Leroy Wilson's blog

Tuesday, May 23, 2006

The North American Union

This should be the context in which immigration should be debated. The elites of both parties are slowly but surely implenting a North American Union - a plan that got its start over 20 years ago when "free trade" negotiations commenced with Canada. Escalating Mexican immigration is part of the plan, as it would render the souther border irrelevent.

The question isn't whether immigration is good for the United States. It is whether we want the United States itself absorbed into a larger political unit - likely as bureaucratic and undemocratic as the European Union.

Even if people and goods move around a bit easier, I just can't imagine that individuals would be freer with yet another level of government, the North American Union, imposing even more controls on them.

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