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Author to Guiliani: Take the anti-NAU pledge


Los Angeles, CA (August 28, 2007) -- Bill Clinton aide Paul Begala was quoted as saying, “Stroke of the pen, law of the land. Pretty cool.” What he was referring to, of course, is the power that the president has to single-handedly and without congressional oversight create laws that all of us must obey…whether we believe the outcome is “cool” or not.

That phrase also sums up why the United States presidency is the world’s most powerful position-- and why the person voted into office must be committed to preserving American values and sovereignty. According to Dr. Jerome Corsi, author of the New York Times bestseller “The Late Great U.S.A: The Coming Merger with Mexico and Canada” (WND Books, ISBNs 0-9790451-4-2, $25.95, July 2007) today’s candidates are as woefully deficient in their commitment to America’s future as a free and unencumbered nation as George W. Bush has proven to be.

Case in point? The candidates’ collective ignorance about the Security and Prosperity Partnership, the building of NAFTA super-highways on land seized from American citizens via eminent domain, and Bush’s headlong rush to legally entangle the United States in an unholy political alliance with Mexico and Canada, an EU-like North American Union designed to benefit his big business cronies and foreign interests -- no matter what the American people want.

Corsi is particularly dismayed by Rudy Guiliani’s repeated claims of ignorance about the Trans-Texas Corridor, one of the planned NAFTA super-highways. Asserts Corsi, “As I show in ’The Late Great U.S.A’, this road, designed specifically to let uninspected Mexican trucks carry equally uninspected Chinese goods from deep-water ports in Mexico all the way up to Canada is also a toll road, one which will be built and operated by a Spanish company called Cintra. How can Rudy Guiliani feign ignorance when his own law firm represents Cintra in all its American dealings?”

As for illegal immigration, which Corsi also discusses at length in the bestselling “Late Great U.S.A,” well, “Guiliani’s tough talk is belied by his record. When he worked for the Justice Department in the 1980’s, Guiliani fully supported the disastrous Reagan amnesty that set the stage for what we’re seeing today - upwards of 20 million illegal aliens living in our country who are sucking the life out of our communities, hospitals and schools.” Guiliani even made a speech to the New York Bar Association in 1981 saying, “There is no choice but to legalize these people.” Really?

“As the defeat of the government’s latest amnesty scheme showed, the American people don’t agree,” says Jerry Corsi, “but whatever he might say to the contrary, Guiliani has shown himself to be an open-borders advocate, which makes him a dangerous choice for president.” After all, putting American jobs up for grabs, while lowering wages and benefits to third-world levels in the process, is much of what the North American Union is all about, and Guiliani’s law firm represents any number of multi-nationals set to benefit from the coming destruction of the American middle class.

To prevent just such an outcome, Corsi is challenging not only Rudy Guiliani but all of the presidential candidates to sign his anti-NAU pledge as follows:

Resolved by the (presidential candidate) that I will:

1. Dissolve the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America

2. Not fund any North American Superhighways

3. Not create a North American Union

Concludes Corsi, “When you realize the awesome power the president wields, how with a stroke of a pen he or she can make any pet scheme the law of the land, it behooves all of us to demand that each and every candidate pledge allegiance to the United States as a free, independent and unencumbered nation. The ugly future I portray in ’The Late Great U.S.A’ isn’t inevitable. We can still stop Bush and his successors from selling us out for a mess of cheap TVs and illegal aliens…and we must.”

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