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American taxpayers are now funding a super highway for drugs

October 24, 2011
Dave Gibson, Examiner

On Friday, a Mexican truck crossed the border at Laredo, TX and headed north along Interstate 35…the first, but certainly not the last to do so in years. Following a March 2011  meeting with Mexican President Felipe Calderon, President Obama announced that Mexican trucks would once again, be rolling across the border into the interior of his country.

According to a provision in the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), the border was to be opened to Mexican truckers, bringing goods in from Central and South America as well as from Mexican ports.

In June 2006, Jerome Corsi writing for Human Events broke the story on the NAFTA super highway.

The proposed road would bring Mexican trucks over the border without a customs inspection until those trucks reach Kansas City. Corsi correctly characterized the border becoming simply a “speed bump” once the highway was finished. The road will cross the heartland of the U.S., eventually ending in Canada.

And now… the rest of the story. …..

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