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Senate Voluntarily Cedes U.S. Sovereignty to the United Nations
Raymond Richman, 7/28/2015

David B. Rivkin, Jr. and Lee A. Casey, constitutional lawyers at Baker Hostetler LLP served in the Justice Department under Presidents Reagan and GHW Bush. In an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal, July, 27, 2015, they wrote:

The Obama Administration had help in its end-run around the Constitution. Instead of insisting on compliance with the Senate’s treaty-making prerogatives , Congress enacted the Iran Nuclear Agreement Act of 2015. Known as the Corker-Cardin, it surrenders on the constitutional requirement that the president obtain a Senate supermajority to go forward with a major international agreement. Instead, the act effectively requires a veto-proof majority in both house of Congress to block elements of the Iran deal related to U.S. sanctions relief. The act doesn’t require congressional approval for the agreement as a whole.

Last week, the U.N. Security Council endorsed the Iran deal. The resolution, adopted under Chapter VII of the U.N. Charter, legally binds all member states, including the U.S. … The Security Council gambit has enabled the administration , without Senate consent, to bind the U.S. under international law.

The Republican leadership has to explain to the American people why it waived U.S. sovereignty in favor of world government.

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Comment by M, 7/30/2015:

Outside of the Anglo-Western world, all governments are brutally corrupt, using a Kleptocracy style of government.

As Simpsons Cartoon character Mr. Burns says, "This is always easier in Mexico."

The US Senators who voted for this treasonous legislation are cartoon characters. It must have cost today’s robber barons a small fortune to secure their yes votes to pass this legislation.




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