A Canadian writer says the Canada-Mexico "Superhighway" is an urban myth.
The Kansas leader of the Minutemen is wary.
Representatives in a number of states like Washington are introducing resolutions putting their states on record as not supporting the SPP and concept of a North American Union.
House Congressional Resolution 40 ("Expressing the sense of Congress that the United
States should not engage in the construction of a North American Free
Trade Agreement (NAFTA) Superhighway System or enter into a North
American Union with Mexico and Canada.") has been referred to Committee.
An Idaho writer supports US Resolution 40.
See a video segment from Lou Dobbs on CNN embedded at Blue Color Republican on 03FEB07.
What are we to make of it all? Are these organizations really just trying to encourage trade, like the local chamber of commerce, or do they really aspire for the equivalent of a European Union in the Americas.
Should we allow open trade with countries which don't have the same environmental standards, taxes for federal services, and employee laws as we have?
Is all this good for Americans, or must our quality of life drop down toward theirs to make all this work?