It is official: Cheney says so, "No NAFTA Superhighway." Would you buy a used car off this man? Hey Dick, what's up with the multinational business agenda and the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America?
Courtesy of WND
Despite evidence to the contrary, Vice President Dick Cheney says there is no "secret plan" to create a continent-crossing superhighway to help facilitate a merger of the United States, Mexico and Canada.
"The administration is not engaged in a secret plan to create a 'NAFTA super highway,'" asserts Cheney in a recent letter to a constituent, according to a copy of the message obtained by WND.
The vice president's letter quotes an Aug. 21 statement from the U.S. Department of Transportation that, "The concept of a super highway has been around since the early 1990s, usually in the form of a claim that the U.S. Department of Transportation is going to designate such a highway." DOT then refutes the claim, stating, "The Department of Transportation has never had the statutory authority to designate a NAFTA super highway and has never sought such authority."
For the rest of the story: PREMEDITATED MERGER: VP latest to make official denial, some call it 'gaming semantics'