Feds give support for I-69 project

Feds give support for I-69 project

There are 55 comments on the The Marshall News Messenger story from Feb 16, 2007, titled Feds give support for I-69 project. In it, The Marshall News Messenger reports that:

The proposed construction of Interstate 69 has been placed on a short list of projects that could receive preferential treatment over other transportation projects for federal funding, officials said.

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BSbyPR

Dallas, TX

#1 Feb 16, 2007
Big Boys want three countries in one, fast-track no borders. See SPP reports, NAFTA (and read it)surprize doing away with

Do AWAY WITH silly things like governments, borders, make it easier for BIG BUSINESS. Do not believe me? Then READ their own stuff. Go ahead prove I am a nut. I dare you..

that is how i got to this conclusion, reading their own documents.
Richard

Spring Branch, TX

#2 Feb 16, 2007
Guess who's building the ports on the west coast of mehico? Hint: they fly a big RED flag.

Since: Jan 07

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#3 Feb 16, 2007
I hate to sound so nasty but does any one see what I do in the Feds, Gov. President, and all else included and the highway number. Shame on me but I only see some getting a Royal s-------.
I useally would not say that or much less write it but, If the it smells like a skunk and looks like one, must be a skunk.
I wonder if anyone will be alowed to drive on it after it is connected to MEXICO????? Besides Messicans and the cargo from all the plants moving there.
I heard Hershey Is moving a plant there now.
Todd

Houston, TX

#4 Feb 16, 2007
BSbyPR wrote:
Big Boys want three countries in one, fast-track no borders. See SPP reports, NAFTA (and read it)surprize doing away with
Do AWAY WITH silly things like governments, borders, make it easier for BIG BUSINESS. Do not believe me? Then READ their own stuff. Go ahead prove I am a nut. I dare you..
that is how i got to this conclusion, reading their own documents.
I used to feel the same way but I have changed my position. These roads will do what the Nations Highway System did for our economy. This road will enable us to move goods to the market in a timelier manner. Thus giving us a strategic advantage against our competitors.

Since: Jan 07

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#6 Feb 16, 2007
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

Texas Senate Transportation & Homeland Security Committee

Thursday - March 1, 2007

Toll Roads - Public Private Partnerships - Trans Texas Corridor
http://www.corridorwatch.org/ttc/index.htm
Richard

Bulverde, TX

#7 Feb 16, 2007
Todd wrote:
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I used to feel the same way but I have changed my position. These roads will do what the Nations Highway System did for our economy. This road will enable us to move goods to the market in a timelier manner. Thus giving us a strategic advantage against our competitors.
You mean now that the manufacturers have MOVED to messco, they need a better way to get the goods back to us suckers who buy them? but now they'll make a higher profit because they won't have to pay Americans to make/assemble them?

Not to mention the chinese who will be shipping more stuff into the US through messco cheaper! and won't have to pass customs till they get to Kansas City.

Great plan, for everyone but us.
Oh, that's right we'll have more and cheaper goods.
And a growing deficit with Bill and Hillary's pals, the Red Chinese.

Is our government offering the goddamn world OUR wallets?
Cedric

Beaumont, TX

#8 Feb 16, 2007
we need better roads. if you travel outside of texas, you'd see that we are far behind other states.
Richard

Bulverde, TX

#9 Feb 16, 2007
Cedric wrote:
we need better roads. if you travel outside of texas, you'd see that we are far behind other states.
HA!! Don't ever say that around a Northeasterner especially a New Yorker. These roads are fantastic.

Since: Jan 07

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#10 Feb 16, 2007
Cedric wrote:
we need better roads. if you travel outside of texas, you'd see that we are far behind other states.
Do a little research and find who will use the "Toll roads". America Wake up. Yes, you are sold down the river.
Carol

Fort Smith, AR

#13 Feb 17, 2007
I want to know who this construction company is going to be. We need to let them know their bussiness with this deal will cost in the end and it will ruin them, because no one else will hire them.
Carol

Fort Smith, AR

#14 Feb 17, 2007
We need to know what the companies are that are transporting these goods so we can boycott them and not buy their products also. If anyone comes up with an idea of how to find out what companies have moved to Mexico...please inform us.
Richard

Spring Branch, TX

#15 Feb 18, 2007
Carol wrote:
We need to know what the companies are that are transporting these goods so we can boycott them and not buy their products also. If anyone comes up with an idea of how to find out what companies have moved to Mexico...please inform us.
So you see all those rail freight cars marked COSCO?
That stands for CHINESE OCEAN SHIPPING COMPANY You see them on the roads as well, along with HANJIN, both of these companies are arms of the Chinese military.
Could you imagine, pre-WWII, Nazi shipping companies rolling along our roads?
We can thank Bill Clinton for this not George.

Since: Jan 07

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#17 Feb 18, 2007
Richard wrote:
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So you see all those rail freight cars marked COSCO?
That stands for CHINESE OCEAN SHIPPING COMPANY You see them on the roads as well, along with HANJIN, both of these companies are arms of the Chinese military.
Could you imagine, pre-WWII, Nazi shipping companies rolling along our roads?
We can thank Bill Clinton for this not George.
Thanks Richard,
I didn't know that.

Since: Jan 07

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#18 Feb 18, 2007
http://www.cosco-usa.com/

This is to inform you that effective April 1st 2007; COSCO Container Lines Companies Limited (COSCON) will transfer the shipping trade services it is currently operating to COSCO Container Lines (Hong Kong) Co., Limited. This change is being done for corporate reasons to increase competitiveness, improve operations and enhance our ability to resist risks. This will be a seamless change, all existing trade routes, transportation services and global network resources will remain unchanged after COSCON HK will show as the operator. There will be no change to the personnel you are dealing with.

From April 1st all our tariffs, bills of ladings and service contracts will show the name COSCO Container Lines (Hong Kong) Co., Limited. All contracts and amendments that are currently filed under COSCON, will be automatically changed to COSCO Container Lines (Hong Kong) Co. Limited., there is no need for you to do anything. There will be absolutely no change to any of the services offered under your contract, the commitments, the operation and the personnel you are dealing with.

Thank you for partnering with COSCO for your transportation needs.

Executive Management Team

COSCO Container Lines (Hong Kong) Co. Limited.
Richard

Spring Branch, TX

#19 Feb 18, 2007
Roxy the old one wrote:
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Thanks Richard,
I didn't know that.
Correction: Hanjin is South Korean not Chinese as I'd said.

Since: Jan 07

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#20 Feb 18, 2007
February 12, 2007

North American Union:
A Profound Solution
To The Treachery
If Faced With Treason
We The People Have A Duty,
And The Legal Power To End It
In yesterday's article on Illegal Immigration we showed that Mexico is invading the United States: This is a war without a declaration of war.

We also showed that the President of the United States was adhering to this enemy of the United States by giving aid and comfort to Mexico and its invaders and that Congress was acquiescing: This is treason.

We also showed that the People have the Duty, the Right and the constitutional Power to peaceably procure relief by forcing the Government of the United States to faithfully execute the immigration laws and to otherwise honor and defend the Constitution: This is the power of the First Amendment Right to Petition for Redress of Grievances.

Today, we cover the "rest of the story," that explains why the President of the United States has attached himself to the political leaders of Mexico by personal union and conformity of principles and opinions.

The rumors of a North American Union are true.

The evidence is mounting. The President and the Congress, who have obviously allowed the invasion from Mexico to go unchecked for years, would now compound that constitutional tort by "legalizing" the invasion.

How? By creating a North American Union (NAU) eliminating the borders of the United States with Mexico and Canada, and replacing their existing currencies with a new common currency - the "Amero."

(continued...)

Since: Jan 07

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#21 Feb 18, 2007
http://www.texastollparty.com/action_tellYour...
Go here and send them a NO Tolls note!
nukin

Cypress, TX

#22 Feb 18, 2007
as ive sais before,stock up on guns and ammo.the politicos dont care how we feel,are voice is not yet heard,why not the border with mexico is wide open already.

“Stop the NAU and TTC.”

Since: Jan 07

Studio City, CA

#23 Feb 18, 2007
Cedric wrote:
we need better roads. if you travel outside of texas, you'd see that we are far behind other states.
Donít think so.
I drove truck for over 30 years and been in every State (except Alaska and Hawaii) and Texas has one of the most modern and well-kept roadways in the nation.

“Stop the NAU and TTC.”

Since: Jan 07

Studio City, CA

#24 Feb 18, 2007
Roxy the old one wrote:
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Do a little research and find who will use the "Toll roads". America Wake up. Yes, you are sold down the river.
And also check out the people who are or want to buy the Indiana and Illinois toll roads.

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