Thursday, March 15, 2007

In the post "Is There a Bush Agenda Obscured from both Democrats and Republicans," I have expressed my growing disillusionment of President Bush. The early Bush Agenda was awesome, however in the latter part of the Bush Administration he appears to be collapsing to the pressure of the Democrats. Most importantly there seems to be an emerging nefarious agenda that even Conservative Republicans would be appalled if it pans out to be true.

This is talk of some kind of North American Union, i.e. a union of Canada, America and Mexico as one confederated nation. This end the Founding Fathers dream of a Constitutional America, a new Constitution would have to come into existence to merge the cultures of Canada, America and Mexico.

Again if true, it would be a huge betrayal of America’s Conservative Movement. If such an agenda is proven, it would doom America to supporting the Leftist Democratic Party. If the Democrats gain power it would be the end of America as the Founding Father’s envisioned it. If this North American Union thing is true and wins out, it too would end the foundation of the Founding Father’s vision of America.

All this speculation makes Richard Viguerie’s an important source to read. Below is one of the emails I have received from


Richard Viguerie’s Response to New York Times Poll on the Fate of the Republican Party

Richard A. Viguerie
9625 Surveyor Court, Suite 400Manassas, Virginia 20110

CONTACT: Margaret Wright, 703) 396-6974 Nancy Bakersmith, (703) 209-6190 or
(571) 292-1817
FOR RELEASE March 14, 2007

(Manassas, Virginia) In response to the March 13 New York Times article,
“GOP Voters Voice Anxieties on Party’s Fate,” which reported on the results of a national poll indicating that Republican voters are not satisfied with the choice of candidates seeking the presidential nomination, Richard A Viguerie, author of Conservatives Betrayed: How George W. Bush and Other Big Government Republicans Hijacked the Conservative Cause, released the following statement:

“There is very little in this poll that would lead the Bush Administration and Republicans in Congress to think they are on the right track. It showed that just 34 percent of all respondents had a favorable view of the Republican Party and, by a 20-point margin, voters would favor a Democrat over a Republican for president.

“If the present situation continues and America is still fighting in Iraq next year, Republicans will be swept out of office all the way from the courthouse to the White House.

“As a result, Republican primary votes are looking for--but have not found--an effective conservative leader. Over the last 10 years, no Republican has stepped forward as a conservative leader. While all of the GOP presidential candidates but Rudy Guiliani claim to be a conservative, none of them have consistently spoken out against the liberal excesses of President Bush and the former Republican-controlled Congress, with the exception of Ron Paul.

“It appears most of the GOP presidential candidates believed that, to get along, they had to go along with the Republican Establishment. While some of the candidates are better than others, none of them have interested, much less excited, even a significant minority of conservatives. It’s possible one of the existing candidates will catch fire with conservatives but not likely.

“President Bush’s legacy may be to preside over the GOP’s demise. In the 1993 elections in Canada, the ruling Progressive Conservative Party suffered a disastrous defeat and was left with a grand total of only two seats in the House of Commons. The party never again won more than 20 seats, out of 308, and officially dissolved in 2003. However, it was replaced by the new Conservative Party of Canada, which is led by Prime Minister Stephen Harper.

“If the Republican Party continues on its present course, it will follow in the footsteps of the Progressive Conservative Party in Canada. Then, perhaps out of the ashes of the George W. Bush GOP, a new phoenix will arise to lead the U.S. in a conservative direction.”

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