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President Obama Tells Mexican President

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posted on May, 20 2010 @ 10:40 AM
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President Obama Tells Mexican President "We are Not Defined by Our Borders"







posted on May, 20 2010 @ 10:46 AM
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“And the beat goes on” folks. Marching toward a unified American continent and our becoming one of the “10 Super Nations”. Are you ready for it folks? Our president advertises to the world that he chooses to ignore our national sovereignty.

You have also likely noticed lesser players making light of the distress this causes on the state level.




"I was also going to give a graduation speech in Arizona this weekend. But with my accent, I was afraid they would try to deport me." – California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger


If only Arnie! Und vere vud dzey zend u bac tu? Das European Union? Bwaaaaahahahaha! Now dat iste funny! Danke, I’ll be here all da veek. Try da veal und remember to tip your vaiters!



"Our goal is to have a country that’s not divided by race." – Barack Obama


And a globe with no borders. Yeah, yeah, we know your deal.



"People of Berlin – people of the world – this is our moment. This is our time." – Barack Obama


Where did I hear that before?



"Ich bin ein Berliner" - John F. Kennedy (June 1963)


Yah, dats it! This has been coming for a long time folks. The timeline is long and littered with evidence. It spans decades and obliterates party lines the same as our borders. Did I mention “Reagan Amnesty”? Did I mention NAFTA? There you go. I don’t want anyone to think I’m beating up on poor Barry. He’s just the current bagman.



“We should certainly do a better job patrolling the borders in Canada. This recent case with the young lawyer who had tuberculosis being waved through by a border guard because, he said, he looked okay is a problem. We’ve got to strengthen our border patrols on both sides. We are a country of immigrants. We’re also a country of laws. And the question is, how do we balance that appropriately? I am hopeful that we can solve this problem constructively.” – Barack Obama (June 2007)


Where did that guy go? Oh yeah! He got elected president and all that constructive problem solving went out the window. And Barry, tuberculosis? USAID.org has this to say about tuberculosis:



“More than 25 percent of TB patients reported in the United States originate from Mexico, which make the control, prevention, and treatment of this highly infectious disease a question of important to U.S. national interest and policy.” – USAID.org


Source

“Sickening” isn’t it?



posted on May, 20 2010 @ 10:54 AM
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Of course we aren't defined by our borders.
Obviously we don't enforce the laws currently in place, to the fullest extent.
Then you have people in office that want illegals to get amnesty.
Yep. That's fair.

I watched that speech.
At least he 'says' that the people who come here should go through the process of citizenship.

Why have border's when TPTB wants a North American Union?
Open them up...it won't hurt us.


Heck, we spread ourselves all over the world. (Military)

At Least Seven Hundred Foreign Bases

It's not easy to assess the size or exact value of our empire of bases. Official records on these subjects are misleading, although instructive. According to the Defense Department's annual "Base Structure Report" for fiscal year 2003, which itemizes foreign and domestic U.S. military real estate, the Pentagon currently owns or rents 702 overseas bases in about 130 countries and HAS another 6,000 bases in the United States and its territories. Pentagon bureaucrats calculate that it would require at least $113.2 billion to replace just the foreign bases -- surely far too low a figure but still larger than the gross domestic product of most countries -- and an estimated $591,519.8 million to replace all of them. The military high command deploys to our overseas bases some 253,288 uniformed personnel, plus an equal number of dependents and Department of Defense civilian officials, and employs an additional 44,446 locally hired foreigners. The Pentagon claims that these bases contain 44,870 barracks, hangars, hospitals, and other buildings, which it owns, and that it leases 4,844 more.

America's Empire of Bases

So if we spread ourselves out that far, our borders are clearly undefined.


Obviously we have a problem here.
If you goto Mexico illegally, you get 2 years in prison.
If you come to America illegally, you get SSN, a job, health care, etc.

That's fair, right?!

Oh well. They have an agenda and its coming to fruition.





posted on May, 20 2010 @ 11:12 AM
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We lost another 500,000 jobs last week, maybe he should concentrate on that for awhile.
He instead goes on another Seek and Appease mission. Instead of maybe worrying about what to serve El Presidente, maybe you should worry about feeding the people whom you we're (Regrettably) chosen to Lead, Mr President. Seal, up the Borders... and No more Work Visa's until the American Public is back to work. For Pete sake are we that stupid to believe that China, takes offence to the Arizona Bill... Most likely because China Just shoots all those who cross their Border.



posted on May, 20 2010 @ 11:23 AM
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I hope the people on ATS saw this coming.

I think someone MIGHT try and reason that it is better to merge countries and combine resources without physical and bureaucratic lines in between, you know, in order to capture the Phantom Spacemen, AKA terrorists.


I'm just wondering when this merge will be proposed more openly and how fast the move will take place. If it is allowed to happen, will it just happen overnight? Just ... you know ... bam!



It also wouldn't surprise me if they claimed that jobs would be created from all the processing and public sector jobs created by a possible merge.



posted on May, 20 2010 @ 05:54 PM
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Good point havok, we are stretched very thin and for many reasons. I don't think the current administration is comfortable with the military and so better that most of it is deployed. That massive number of bases makes it possible to carry out NWO assignments with US troops. Not that it would be advertised as such.

We have our chuckles over these outlandish happenings. But it is certainly gallows humor. I never thought I'd hear a US president give up the country. These are strange and scary times.



posted on May, 20 2010 @ 06:06 PM
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I think many did see it coming SBD. Many are tuned in to this socialist happy talk. And this statement is about as brazenly open as I could have ever imagined coming from a US president. That this statement has not been challenged by anyone in the congress or the senate speaks volumes as to how far down this road they have taken us. Our reps are either all in with this or frightened witless. This statement borders on treason and should have been challenged and retracted in the least.



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