A remarkable statement, considering that city commissions in this neck of the woods were bubbling with excitement about proximity to the NAFTA Superhighway up into Canada--it is part of the old Agenda 21 UN thingy which can still be found on the UN website. Not just a "conspiracy theory", but the real deal.
So, what am I smoking? Nothing.
I am concerned that someone being presented as a Conservative would have even considered either mandating a vaccine (even if you could opt out, provided you jumped through the hoops), and the TTC, which was to connect with the rest of the NAFTA highway, warts and all. The latter reeks of the sort of abuse of eminent domain we are seeing in the EPA and other agencies who are still busy snapping up more land.
Now, those may have been errors in judgement (political 'growing pains'), or they may have been the tip of a well concealed iceberg. No one is going to convince me either way quickly, and, for those who might feel so inclined, neither snarky comments nor spamming me will alter my decision to observe and learn more.
This is America and folks are free to jump on whatever bandwagon they want to--or to look before they leap.
I'm not deriding anyone, but when Mitt flagged in the polls behind Bachmann, Perry threw his hat in the ring.
Looking outside this box, the country-clubbers' last chance to snatch the control of the party from us 'miserable TEA party ruffians' is to get Romney back in the lead. Perry might be able to split the vote, not on the Country Club side, but 'in the sticks' and let Mitt slide by. Just a thought.
I just haven't decided yet, but there is something there that just doesn't flange up for me, and I'm not done looking.