George Bush's latest TV appearance is an indication he's still pushing America toward globalism. When will these elite learn that Americans are free, and they want to stay free? We will fight to retain American sovereignty. Rejecting the globalist determination to merge the United States with Mexico and Canada on the way to a borderless free trade world.

Wouldn't you think Bush did enough damage as president, with his free trade determination, taking us deep into globalist state. His secret meetings, formal councils, has moved us into a prosperity partnership between Mexico and Canada.

Bush's first official state visit was a meeting with presidents of Mexico and Canada to design a North America union. Bush has made it clear, in office or out, his campaign will be sustained, global and multidimensional. Americans should not expect one battle, but a lengthy campaign, unlike any other we have seen. This campaign will be waged at home and around the world, because this is where our enemies lurk, and it will be fought on many fronts, with every means of diplomacy, every tool of intelligence, every instrument of law enforcement, every financial influence, and every necessary weapon of war.

Historically the Bush family for generations has been trying to move America into globalism. The United States constitutes the world's largest and most dynamic economy. With its flexible, well-educated and productive workforce and its proven capacity to embrace change, but never into a globalism state. We the people will never be ruled by another government. Our country, tis of thee, sweet land of liberty.

Albert Vallarano, Bismarck

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