Should you trust anything Sen. John Cornyn says?
The plan to create a North American Community - an EU-style superstate consisting of Canada, Mexico, and the U.S. - has been covered here in the past. And, no, it's not tinfoil talk, it's something that both the CFR and the Cato Institute support, and even our own "American" president supports it as well. Much more about that here.
In fact, here's a report from the U.S. State Department from May of this year:
"North American Task Force Seeks Improved Trade, Border Security"
And, here's some legislation I ran across from Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX):
Title: A bill to authorize the President to negotiate the creation of a North American Investment Fund to promote economic and infrastructure integration among Canada, Mexico, and the United States, and for other purposes.
Check some of the sites at that google search to see how this fits in to the superstate scheme.
Cornyn is, of course, also the co-author of a guest worker scheme. Since he also obviously supports continental integration, is there any reason not to completely suspect anything he says and does?