Thursday, August 04, 2005

"CAFTA Joe" Wilson (R-S.C.) parrots Bush spin; more loyal to Bush's NWO agenda than to American workers, manufacturing, and sovereignty

"U.S. Rep. Joe Wilson, who for months opposed CAFTA, voted for it Wednesday night, providing a crucial boost for a treaty that would have failed had he maintained his opposition."

"The Central American Free Trade Agreement, ..., passed 217-215."
The State, July 29, 2005 (article below)

Second Congressional District Representative Joe Wilson, whose biographical entry in the South Carolina 2005 Legislative Manual includes his affiliation with "Sinclair Lodge No. 154" and "Jamil Temple," chose to back CAFTA, offering as one of his lame justifications for betraying American workers, manufacturing, sovereignty, and his own Oath of Office to uphold the Constitution, the same parrotted "spin" as his masonic brother, Skull and Bones secret society member President George W. Bush, about CAFTA bolstering "security" in Central America.

USA Today reported the intense lobbying effort by Bush to pressure Congressmen to pass CAFTA. The President of the United States even went to Capitol Hill itself, Wednesday, July 27, to personally lobby Congressmen:

"Wednesday, the president traveled to Capitol Hill in a last-ditch bid to secure House approval of his proposed Central American Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA)."

"The unusual presidential visit was part of an intense lobbying push."

'BIG LIE' 'talking point' by Illuminati Establishment front-man George W. Bush:

"CAFTA is more than a trade bill," Bush said. He said the measure would help strengthen fragile young democracies in Latin America ­ and show those countries that the United States would stand by their side.

'BIG LIE' 'talking point' repeated again and again by Republican leaders:
The president, said White House press secretary Scott McLellan, stressed to Republicans "the importance of supporting young and emerging democraciesin our own hemisphere, and the importance of strengthening democracy here in our own hemisphere. And that was something that clearly resonated with members of the House."

"It is good for our national security in supporting these fledgling democracies at our back door," House Majority Leader Tom DeLay, R-Texas, said after the meeting with Bush.

'BIG LIE' Parrotted 'talking point' by "CAFTA Joe" Wilson:
“What you’ve got is a real threat to democracy in the region, and the way to counteract that threat is to have developing economies,” Wilson said.
Excerpt from The State, July 29, 2005 (article below)

How much of America must we lose before "Christians" and"conservatives" and "patriots" will stop voting for Republicanpuppets and waterboys for the New World Order of the oligarchy, the Empire, the Illuminati Establishment Rockefeller, et al. elites ?

Maybe by the time the internationalists and globalists are proposing a Western Hemispheric Constitution; then maybe we'll finally wake up like the French and Dutch voters did recently when they voted "NO" to the European Constitution.

When Elections come up in 2006, remember: all four Republican Congressmen voted to pass CAFTA - the deal that steals American jobs, manufacturing, and sovereignty !

"... where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty." 2 Corinthians 3:17

Steve Lefemine
Independent * candidate for U.S. House of Representatives
US House District #2, South Carolina
* American Christian for a Biblically-based constitutional republic
August 4, 2005


The State
Columbia, SC

Posted on Fri, Jul. 29, 2005

Wilson explains last-minute vote switch

Congressman says he backed trade accord because it will bolster security in the region

Washington Bureau

WASHINGTON ­ U.S. Rep. Joe Wilson, who for months opposed CAFTA, voted for it Wednesday night, providing a crucial boost for a treaty that would have failed had he maintained his opposition.

The Central American Free Trade Agreement, which eliminates almost all tariffs between the United States and six Latin American nations, passed 217-215.

The Springdale Republican’s switch infuriated sectors of the textile industry that had fought to defeat CAFTA. Wilson on Thursday said he concluded ­as two other conservative S.C. Republicans had, publicly, days before ­that side agreements to the treaty would protect S.C. textile jobs.

And he said he became increasingly convinced in the past week that CAFTA is needed to bolster security and stability within and beyond CAFTA nations.

“What you’ve got is a real threat to democracy in the region, and the way to counteract that threat is to have developing economies,” Wilson said.

CAFTA is an antidote, he said, to Latin America’s increasingly brazen radical left.

“In the Caribbean basin, you have Fidel Castro, who is attempting to destabilize the fledgling democracies of Central America,” Wilson said. “And there is a great deal of collaboration between Castro and Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez.”

But for Jock Nash, a lobbyist for Spartanburg-based Milliken & Co., Wilson didn’t so much vote for democracy, but against already hard-hit S.C. textile workers. The state lost 31,708 textile and apparel manufacturing jobs from January 2001 to December 2004, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

“I was dumbstruck; maybe the herd instinct had something to do with it,” Nash said of Wilson’s vote. “We lost every Republican congressman in the state of South Carolina on CAFTA.”

In the weeks leading up to the vote, half the S.C. delegation declared itself undecided about the treaty. But earlier this week, Republican U.S. Reps. Bob Inglis of Travelers Rest and Gresham Barrett of Westminster announced that side agreements among CAFTA signatories would close loopholes.

China would not be able to ship its low-priced textiles through CAFTA countries to get tariff-free treatment at the U.S. border, they said.

U.S. Sen. Jim DeMint of Greenville and U.S. Rep. Henry Brown of Hanahan, both Republicans, also voted for CAFTA.

Three of the eight members of the S.C. delegation voted against it: Republican U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham of Seneca, and Democratic U.S. Reps. Jim Clyburn of Columbia and John Spratt of York.

In the hours before the late-night CAFTA vote, the House leadership and a small army of Bush administration officials walked the hallways of the Capitol looking for anti-CAFTA Republicans whose minds might be changed ­ possibly with sweeteners in the multibillion-dollar highway and energy bills scheduled for votes this week.

Wilson said that was not the case with him.

“I didn’t ask for anything; they didn’t offer anything,” Wilson said. “I wasn’t pressured in any way.”

But U.S. Rep. Robin Hayes, R-N.C., who also made a last-minute switch to support CAFTA, said House Speaker Dennis Hastert, R-Ill., told him before the vote: “You tell me what you need, and we’re going to do it.”

Hayes said he’s still working with the administration and textile firms on just what those concessions might be.

Reach Markoe at (202) 383-6023 or

Knight Ridder reporter Tim Funk contributed to this report.

© 2005 The State and wire service sources. All Rights Reserved.


Read "The World Government Two-Step" at:

First NAFTA, then CAFTA, then FTAA, then Western Hemispheric regional government, then one-world socialism/global government, i.e., the New World Order (as written on the back of the $ 1 dollar bill in your wallet as Novus Ordo Seclorum at the base of the pyramid on the reverse side of the Great Seal of the United States).

This can, by the grace of God, all be stopped, just as God put an end to the ancient Tower of Babel in Genesis, chapter 11.

On July 28, 2005, Americans lost another layer of our country's sovereignty when 202 traitor-Republicans voted for the agenda of the New World Order (regional government, then one-worldgovernment). However, now the battle shifts to the Western Hemispheric "Free Trade Area of the Americas" (FTAA), involving all of the nations in North America, Central America, and South America (except Cuba).

Stop the FTAA !

Each of the 217 U.S. House members (202 Republicans and 15 Democrats) who voted for CAFTA (HR 3045), this NWO, anti-American, unconstitutional transfer of Congressional authority to international tribunals and bureaucrats, and erosion of U.S. independence and sovereignty, has broken his (or her) Oath of Office, and should rightly now be impeached. Likewise, the same for any and all of the 54 members of the U.S. Senate who traitorously voted for CAFTA (S 1307) on June 30, 2005.
[ see CAFTA votes of both Senate and House at ]

Since impeachment of these oath-breakers is obviously not going to happen,'We the People' need to send a message in the 2006 Elections to these traitors.Certainly, any of these 217 oath-breaking incumbents should NOT be re-elected next year on November 7, 2006 !

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