SURPRISE FOR OBAMA’S NORTH AMERICAN AGENDA…”Now even Democrats question what president seeks”
JEROME R. CORSI
Feb. 23, 2014
NEW YORK – President Obama’s own Democratic Party has impeded the globalist agenda at this week’s North American Leaders’ Summit Meeting at Tuloca, Mexico, the successor to the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America that was launched by President George W. Bush.
The Los Angeles Times reported Obama and his two North American counterparts “made little progress Wednesday in boosting their ambitions plans to ease borders and expand into new frontiers.”
Forces within the Democratic Party seeking to protect jobs held back Obama in his daylong meeting with Mexican President Enrique Peña and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper.
The setback came as congressional Democrats representing the interests of big labor succeeded in blocking a Democratic-controlled Senate in cohorts with GOP congressional leaders seeking to serve multi-national business interests from granting the Obama administration fast-track authority to push through Congress without debate or amendment the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
The TPP is a massive new 12-nation global trade pact that WND has reported was designed to supersede NAFTA.