Tony Snow Denies Conspiracy To Merge America With Canada And Mexico

At this point, there is no word on whether Les Kinsolving, the WorldNetDaily representative asking Tony Snow about Jerome Corsi’s ludicrous conspiracy theory, was wearing a tinfoil hat when this exchange occurred:

Presidential press secretary Tony Snow yesterday emphatically stated that there would be no “EU in the U.S.” when asked about administration efforts to more closely integrate state relations between Canada, Mexico and the U.S.

As WorldNetDaily reported, some critics of the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America have said the program, though supposedly beneficial to the U.S., will lead to a North American superstate similar to the European Union, open borders, loss of sovereignty and even a common currency.

WND asked Snow about the criticism, stating, “As WorldNetDaily’s lead story pointed out yesterday, critics are expressing concerns about the president’s cooperative efforts with Mexico and Canada regarding the Security and Prosperity Partnership. And my question: Will the president categorically deny any interest in building a European Union-style superstate in North America?”

Responded Snow: “Of course, no. We’re not interested. There is not going to be an EU in the U.S.”

Congrats go out to Les Kinsolving for asking Tony Snow one of the 10 stupidest questions he has ever actually answered. It’s about time someone other than Helen Thomas made it onto the list!

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