Publisher: help get explosive NY Times bestseller on North American Union into hands of clueless presidential candidates
Los Angeles, CA (July 30, 2007) -- Americans up in arms about plans for a North American Union (NAU) criss-crossed with NAFTA superhighways open to uninspected Mexican trucks have made Dr. Jerome Corsi’s new book “The Late Great USA: The Coming Merger with Mexico and Canada” (WND Books, ISBNs 0-9790451-4-2, $25.95, July 2007) a New York Times bestseller.
Yet according to recent news reports, Mitt Romney believes the NAFTA superhighway is an “urban legend.” Rudy Guiliani claims he’s never heard of it, and there’s no telling what the other major candidates think - or know - about the NAU.
“It’s not just time that the leading presidential candidates woke up to the North American Union, the Trans-Texas Corridor and the threats they present to America - it’s time for them to take a public stand on the issue,” says Joseph Farah, CEO and publisher of WorldNetDaily, the web’s largest independent news site. “How can we entrust the presidency to anyone who’s clueless about this grave threat to American sovereignty?”
Farah’s solution? Get “The Late Great U.S.A” directly into each candidates’ hands by way of a WorldNetDaily photo contest. "Readers who can get this incendiary New York Times bestseller into the hands of any of the major candidates, including
• Hillary Clinton
• John Edwards
• Rudy Guiliani
• John McCain
• Barack Obama
• Mitt Romney
• Fred Thompson
… and get a picture of themselves doing it, can send the picture, the location/name of the event and a brief description of how they accessed the candidate to wnd.com" WND will post the photo. There will be one winner per candidate, and each winner will receive great prizes, including a 1/2 hour executive briefing on the NAU conducted by Dr. Corsi himself.
But there’s more. Continues Farah, “The first person who gets ’The Late Great USA’ into the hands of George W. Bush and sends us a photo will not just win great prizes, he or she will be the focus of a feature article on WorldNetDaily – not to mention receiving the thanks of a grateful nation.”
For more information about the “Late Great U.S.A” photo contest, visit
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