03 August 2007 at 9:54 AM EST

Tancredo Speaks Out in Support of Independents

Posted by Mike Tate in On the Web | Comments (2) | Permalink
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McCain's comment relates to a new attempt at immigration reform, without amnesty, being promoted in the Senate Judiciary Committee. I believe Senator Arlen Specter is leading that effort.

However I was surprised Tancredo would support that bill - first since it's still in committee, and second because will likely be designed to give Senate Democrats cover on amnesty.

Mr. Tate: Is Congressman Tancredo still going to answer the rest of the questions from Round 4? I sincerely hope so.

There is also a pressing question - in Round 5 - that I posed and want to know Tancredo's take on it.

I am a big supporter of Congressman Tancredo. I am very concerned (an understatement) about the SPP meeting in Canada this month and the impending NAU. Everyone needs to read Dr. Corsi's book, "The Late Great USA: The Coming Merger with Mexico and Canada."

I also recently did research on the Law of the Sea Treaty (good research by Henry Lamb on this), which is dangerous and on which President Bush wants ratification by the Senate. President Reagan opposed the Law of the Sea Treaty, rightfully so, because it will give the UN control of 70% of the Earth (including the sea, the seabed and the atmosphere above the sea; they would be able to tax passage across the sea and control passage as well).

We are living in crazy days, with our current President leading us toward the One World Order that his father spoke of, as President, and still desires.

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