For anyone not asking if Obama really is an American, you should be. With the Senate already strongly signalling via a non-binding vote that they will not support the U.N. Small Arms Trade Treaty, the U.S. voted for the treaty today at the U.N. The idea behind this treaty, according to the United Nations, is to keep terrorists from acquiring weapons, however, the U.N. does not define, and has refused to define, who and what a terrorist is/are. Why? Because the U.N. will not ‘offend’ the Organization of the Islamic Cooperation, a powerful Muslim lobby inside the U.N.- 57 members states, not a free state among them. Doesn’t pass the smell test and certainly subjugates U.S. sovereignty, which is a kick-ass deal for Barack Obama. If Obama would issue a fraudulent signing statement to assure a Democrat Congressman, Joe Sestak, that taxpayer paid abortions were NOT a part of ObamaCare, to secure Sestak’s vote for the ObamaCare legislation, what do you think he is willing to do to take this next step to jeopardize U.S. sovereignty?
“The U.N. Arms Trade Treaty that passed in the General Assembly today would require the United States to implement gun-control legislation as required by the treaty, which could supersede the laws our elected officials have already put into place,” said Sen. James Inhofe (R-Okla.), who sponsored the budget amendment.
“It’s time the Obama administration recognizes it is already a non-starter, and Americans will not stand for internationalists limiting and infringing upon their Constitutional rights.”
A two-thirds majority, or sixty-seven Senators are needed to sign a bill which allows ratification. Fifty-three Senators voted in a non-binding amendment to the U.S. Senate’s first budget in four years. How many Cornhusker-like-kickbacks can Obama manage this time?
Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott, a Republican, warned Obama not to sign it.
“If you sign it, and if the U.S. Senate ratifies the treaty, Texas will lead the charge to have the treaty overturned in court as a violation of the U.S. Constitution,” Abbott wrote to the president. Source: This quote and those above from The Hill.
This is a first step to the U.N. Millennium Development Goal (UNMDG). I encourage you to take a look at what the U.N. has planned for the rest of the world. The UNMDG was finalized in May 2000 and remains in effect today.
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