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    Bipartisan Texas Politicians Push For NAFTA SUPER HIGHWAY!

    These Elitist Politicians are most always the same, just another step in the march by our past, and current Presidents from Papa Bush including Clinton and Baby Bush thru Obama to establish the North American Union. Unload goods from Asia in Mexican ports onto Mexican trucks transported not inspected into the United States via the T.T.C., or what ever the name happens to become, never touched by those pesky American Workers. Supported by Big Labor, Elitist Politicians, Chamber of Commerce and their Elitist Political Contributor! Just follow the money!

    When it comes to the Elitist Politicians they seem to be "bipartisan" when a lot of (Political Contributions) are involved, "30 bipartisan members of the Texas’ congressional delegation" seem to be in support, not to mention the 2 Texas U.S. Senators. The last time the T.T.C. was going to be built by taxpayers funds and turned over to a Spanish company to run and collect the profits in the form tolls supported by Pecos Perry.

    Texas lawmakers working to connect pieces of NAFTA superhighway in Texas.

    Piecing together the so-called NAFTA superhighway stretching 1,800 miles from Mexico to Canada will get a boost if the House adopts legislation submitted by Rep. Blake Farenthold, R-Corpus Christi.

    The freshman lawmaker –- and 30 bipartisan members of Texas’ congressional delegation –- are asking the GOP-led chamber to designate three segments of Texas’ long-distance highways as part of Interstate-69.

    Rep. Blake Farenthold, R-Corpus Christi
    That’s the highway that’s designed to one day stretch from Mexico across the United States to Canada to help the three economies collaborate more closely on trade and commerce. The highway currently runs from Indianapolis north to Port Huron, Michigan.

    Currently, there are 230 miles of Texas highways built to freeway standard – nearly 25 percent of the Interstate-69 route in Texas, Farenthold said.

    If enacted, the bill would facilitate interstate signage on the multi-state Interstate-69 corridor stretching from Port Huron, Michigan to the US-Mexico border in Texas, Farenthold said.

    The measure would enable portions of US 59, US 77, and US 281 in Texas to be designated part of the interstate once those segments are constructed to interstate standard.

    “Close proximity to an interstate is arguably one of the greatest factors to encourage economic development and job creation,

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    Wonder if this is part of it as well....they will claim we need the oil so now we also need the road...

    State Dept. Withholds Records Of Clinton Ties To Lobbyist

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    Details surrounding the State Department’s expected approval of a controversial oil pipeline are being kept secret in an apparent effort to conceal impropriety created by the tight knit relationship between Hillary Clinton and the lobbyist pushing the multi billion-dollar project.

    The Secretary of State must approve the permit for the Canada-to-Texas pipeline, known as Keystone XL, which will span nearly 2,000 miles and transport around 1 million barrels of heavy crude oil daily across six states. Predicting opposition from environmental groups, the Canadian company behind the mega project hired one of Clinton’s national campaign directors (Paul Elliott) as its chief lobbyist.

    The tactic has been quite effective because Clinton indicated that she would approve Keystone XL long before the completion of a federally required environmental impact statement. Incredibly, her support hasn’t wavered in the aftermath of a preliminary Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) report that gives the pipeline project the lowest possible ranking.

    A coalition of environmental groups has joined forces to obtain details on the influence that the Clinton-Elliott relationship has had in the matter. Using federal public records laws the groups requested all correspondence between the politically-connected lobbyist and State Department officials considering the pipeline permit, including Clinton.

    In an apparent stall tactic, the agency denied the request claiming that it was “invalid

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    I haven't looked it up as of now but I seem to remember that pipelines along with rail were to be included in at least severl of the version of the "T.T.C." with all rights controlled by the Spanish corp. I'm sure there is more than enough "Political Contributions" to go around for all of the the Elitists; as normal the money for all will come from the U.S. Taxpayers just as we continue to support their ILLEGALS for the ILLEGAL EMPLOYERS.

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