>>If we don't get to vote on the matter, then we should take control back from our renegade government, as outlined by true patriots in the Declaration of Independence.<<
i agree, but we had better hurry it up before the United Nations Reform Act of 2005 is passed and implemented.
according to the article by Ron Paul: "It would make any attempt to overthrow a government an international causus belli for UN military action. Until this point a sovereign government retained the legal right to defend against or defeat any rebellion within its own territory. Now any such activity would constitute justification for United Nations action inside that country. This could be whenever any splinter group decides to resist any regime-- regardless of the nature of that regime. "
we're screwed. what a coincidence this is all coming together at the same time...
There are no coincidences.
Yeah, what a coincidence.
Instead of creating new obstacles at the border, we should find ways to ease traffic and harmonize safety and transportation regulations. As a May 2000 report by a member of Canada's Parliament concluded, "Crossing the border has actually gotten more difficult ... While continental trade has skyrocketed, the physical infrastructure enabling the movement of these goods has not." The bureaucratic barriers to cross-border business impede as much as the infrastructural problems. There are 64 different sets of safety regulations in North America, 51 in the United States.
There it is. The money boys/power junkies are making their move. They're all done with the United States of America; it's time to move on to better things.