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Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Iowa Independent: King sees some truth in far-fetched North American Union conspiracy

Excerpted from this post at Iowa Independent

At his next town hall meeting, U.S. Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa, may very
well tell us that he woke up in a hotel room in New Orleans in a
bathtub full of ice, missing a kidney, victim of an organized ring of
organ thieves. The odds that King will buy into the greatest urban
legend of all time greatly increased last month when he told
constituents that he was connecting the dots on another popular
conspiracy theory: the creation of a North American Union, a
border-blurring confederation of the United States, Canada and Mexico.
The North American Union theory takes various forms depending on who's
doing the talking or blogging. Some incarnations involve a
"superhighway" linking the nations, others a common currency often
called the "amero."

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