A few hundred Triangle drivers will be recruited next year to road test a satellite technology system that might be used one day to replace the gas tax with a tax on every mile we drive. If States wouldn’t misspend the money already taxed, they would have enough to fund the highways.
For all the NAU deniers out there… There are currently around fourteen or more states with one form or another of anti-NAU legislation – either pending or passed; Vincent Fox has proudly proclaimed that the three amigos met about merger in 2005; and Robert Pastor has clearly stated that this union and a common currency are in the works (although he calls it a community rather than a union). The government denies it, the blindered dupes deny it, and the special interest sitting at the negotiating table deny it. Like so many other agendas, this one is being implemented piece-meal with numerous initiatives being simply pieces of a large puzzle. There is no lack of credible information out there that is easily accessible. With the passage of NAFTA in 1994, a new arrangement was rolled out by then President Bill Clinton. The new scheme was called the FTAA (Free Trade Area of the Americas). Currently that grand scam has been scaled back in implementation to the DR-CAFTA, the PFTA, the SPP and numerous other so-called agreements. The NAFTA super highways fit into this plan as does unchecked illegal immigration and loose border security. Hugo Chavez and now Stephen Harper are balking at being drawn in to this spider web of regional governance.