Then watch these clips...you decide!
Republican Candidates Questioned on Real ID, Biometrics and Verichip
Update...today info on what is taking place in Canada...Canada quietly paving way for national ID card
Look at what Michelle Malkin wrote in 2005 about the SPP...Welcome to "North America"
The United States, the researchers say, appears to be driving these changes through three policy initiatives. One is the 2001 Canada-U.S. Smart Border Declaration. Another is the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPP), initiated in 2005. The third is the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative, which will require Canadians to present a passport or other secure document when entering the United States.
And this from Judical Watch:New “Security & Prosperity Partnership” Records Reveal Proposal for U.S.-Canadian Funded Grants for Mexico
Michigan issues illegal aliens drivers licenses [and voter registrations?]....hmmmmm!
The “work plan” details 24 specific “deliverables” by officials from the U.S. Treasury, Finance Canada, BANXICO, the Federal Reserve Board – Atlanta, and regulatory agencies from all three countries. The deliverables include “cross-border” cooperation in the areas of car insurance, Social Security totalization for Mexico, banking, and Federal Reserve’s “Directo a Mexico” remittance program.
Among the specific deliverables outlined in the “work plan” is a taxpayer-supported program to improve Mexico’s infrastructure: “Improve North America’s competitiveness by enhancing Mexico’s competitive position through the establishment of a grant fund for development with U.S. and Canadian resources to finance the development of physical infrastructure in Mexico.” The objective has a timeline for completion of 6-18 months.
And so what's such the hurry to get the Immigration Bill passed? Bush appeals for return of immigration bill --Something smells so very FISHY!
What do you think this is all about?
"The president urged Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) to bring the bill back for another vote quickly and continued his pitch on some of its more controversial points."