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Corsi: Bush could elect Hillary
Says GOP risks loss by ridiculing questions about ‘North American Union’
Posted: September 22, 2007 © 2007 WorldNetDaily.com Speaking yesterday in St. Louis at Phyllis Schlafly’s Eagle Council meeting, WND staff reporter Jerome Corsi predicted the Republican Party risks losing the 2008 presidential election and two-thirds of the House and the Senate if President Bush continues to ridicule questions about a possible North American Union as “conspiracy theories” while continuing to press an active integration with Mexico and Canada in the remaining months of his second term.
Calling Karl Rove the architect not only of the Republican electoral victory in 2004 but also of the Republican electoral defeat in 2006, Corsi told the group the main issue was immigration.
“Yes, the war in Iraq was an issue in 2006,” Corsi acknowledged, “but even Richard Nixon won a landslide in 1972 despite the growing unpopularity of the Vietnam War. The Democrats will lose any time they run a far-left anti-war electoral campaign.”
C-span’s Book-TV recorded Corsi’s presentation for later broadcast.
Corsi asserted in 2006 “grassroots Americans voted against open borders and illegal immigration, whether Karl Rove or the Republican National Party want to admit it, or not.”
“Every time President Bush pushes to have Mexican trucks cross our borders, the American grassroots feel betrayed,” Corsi told the group.
“George Bush can put Hillary Clinton in the White House,” Corsi said, “and all he has to do is keep ridiculing the idea of a North American Union or NAFTA superhighways, instead of answering the question directly.”