Video: Tom DeWeese: an update on the North American Union and "Public-Private Partnerships" (2008

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September 29, 2008 — Watch this important update on the North American Union and "Public-Private Partnerships" by Tom DeWeese. "Public-private partnerships" are government sanctioned monopolies, often with foreign corporations, which but Americna assets like our roads and charge tolls for their use. The government then guarantees a guaranteed profit to the corporation for decades which could become a major taxpayer liability in the future. Mr DeWeese discusses one use of these partnerships; the Spanish CINTRA Trans-Texas Corridor (part of the NAFTA Superhighway). He warns people thet the highway will have no overpasses, cutting comminuties in two.

Your action is needed to block the Obama administration from increasingly selling our public infrastructure to foreign corporations, and to block the North American Union, Amero and NAFTA Superhighway from advancing.

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