Arizona Legislator: Sinister Plot Is Behind Toll-Highway Plan
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A Southern Arizona lawmaker thinks the United States could be on the road to losing its sovereignty if Congress funds a new highway from Phoenix to Las Vegas, or the state allows a private firm to build it.
Rep. David Stevens, R-Sierra Vista, told his colleagues they should do whatever they can to stop construction of the proposed Interstate 11. And it has nothing to do with cutting a new path through the high desert.
“There’s been an attempt over the years to build what’s called the Canamex Highway,” he said, creating an unbroken line of roads from Nogales to the Canadian border.
“I am a member of the United States of America,” Stevens said. “I do not want to be a member of a North American country.”
After the vote for the bill, Stevens argued construction of a highway would affect the form of government in the United States.
“If you go back in history and see the other highways they’ve tried (to connect the countries), you see what happens,” he said. Stevens said supporters of a Canamex corridor tried to build a similar road through the “heartland” of Texas before being beaten back by those in that state with similar concerns.
Pressed for how a new stretch of highway was part of a one-hemisphere government, Stevens said the evidence is all around, starting with the House, on a voice vote, adopting a resolution urging the U.S. Department of Transportation to designate U.S. 93 between Phoenix and Las Vegas, much of which is now two lanes, “as a future Interstate System route and as part of the proposed Interstate 11.”
And then there’s the Amero.
Some moronic conspiracies just won’t die. Most of them, actually, but I didn’t think this one had the staying power of, say, the fake moon landing. Although now that I think about it, I was told by a woman in 1982 that the ‘NA’ on her checks where it said ‘First Interstate Bank, NA’ meant ‘they’ were working on making North America into one country. She also said HMOs were taking over everything. I guess Obama foiled that one!