Citizens United for Bush and... for American sovereignty?

The Citizens United billboards showing Our Leader President Bush vanquishing his enemies high above the Sunset Strip in Hollywood have been vandalized. But, that's not why we're here.

Instead, I invite you to visit Citizen United's website and find out more about their "American Sovereignty Project". All I found was this blurb:

American Sovereignty Project ("ASP") is the grass-roots lobbying arm of Citizens United that works to protect American sovereignty and security. ASP's major objectives include complete U.S. withdrawal from the United Nations, defeat of the treaty to establish a permanent U.N.-controlled International Criminal Court, and rejection of one-world government.

If they really mean that, why do they support Our Leader? President Bush and the Bush family are definitely part of the global elite, or they're at least very high-level employees of that global elite. Now, perhaps Bush doesn't want a One World Government, maybe the hemisphere will do. Bush is certainly working on bringing North and South America very close together, perhaps to include an America-wide government. See the various trade pacts Bush supports (FTAA, CAFTA), Bush's friendship with open borders advocate Vicente Fox, and, of course, Bush's guest worker plan.

For more, try Which candidate is less "American"?, An NWO flashback, the comments at the end of this post, and "Stealth Invasion".

If Citizens United really cared about U.S. sovereignty, they'd oppose Bush instead of putting up creepy billboards supporting him.


Justin Raimondo once referred to as "the homepage for neocons of monosyllabic inclinations". Most of the Bush supporters seem to support Bush because he has given the conservtive label by both the MSM media and the talk radio hosts.

You can find more of the same over at front page magazine dot com, where they seem to see no contradiction between their effusive support for Bush and the fact the site peddles something referred to as an expose of the 'Open Borders Lobby', which from the presentation I guess is something we're supposed to worry about. The 'Open Borders Lobby', that is, not Bush. It would appear to me Bush is the titular head of the 'Open Borders Lobby'.