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MFIRE – U. S. Sovereignty at Risk

MFIRE – U. S. Sovereignty at Risk

By: Magnolia Tribune - September 5, 2007

U. S. Sovereignty at Risk

Recent headlines proclaim that a federal court ruled that the Bush administration may go forward with its program to allow as many as 100 below minimum wage Mexican trucking companies to freely haul their cargo anywhere within the U.S.

This takes away jobs that Americans have been, and would gladly continue to perform. It’s just another step in a long continuum lead by both Democrat and Republicans.

U.S. sovereignty as we know it appears to be ending. After the overwhelming defeat of his amnesty bill, President Bush initially talked about getting serious with border enforcement. That now appears to have been mere window dressing.

We are nearing the point of no return regarding the merging of Canada, U.S. and Mexico. In many ways we are not only fighting foreign governments like Mexico, but also our own elected representatives that apparently have an open borders agenda and North American Union agenda. Additionally the mainstream media and the federal court system have now sided with the open borders movement.

Looking to the future, we can expect even lower wages, an overwhelmed social services system, and reduced availability of medical services. And that’s just the beginning. As more illegals continue to come, our country may well digress into third world status. If you want to see what it looks and feels like go to Miami. There are large areas there that if you didn’t know you were in the United States, you would think you were in Cuba.

Mark S. Mayfield
Mississippi Federation for Immigration Reform and Enforcement

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