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Old 07-24-2012, 04:04 PM
 
Location: Southcentral Kansas
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Default Could Barack and Hillary make the UN ATT Treaty equal to the 2nd Amendment>

There is a good chance that some will think so since they don't know that the Senate has to approve the treaty with a 2/3 vote. Probably that can't happen but think what could happen if the Senate doesn't get a shot at approval after the coming election, if there is one, and two or three gains in seats by the Dems along with some RINOs there could result in the 67 votes.

Also, there has been a treaty signed and approved by the US that says that once signed a treaty becomes law for all signatories.l Of course, the UN doesn't give a damn about the Constiutution of the US, do they? Anyway he hasn't destroyed the Constitution and as soon as the Senate gives its approval that treaty becomes the equal of the Constitution and that means the 2nd Amendment means less than it does now.

Maybe we need to discuss this one since the treaty will come out of the UN on Friday and I am sure that Hillary will sign it.

Obama could nullify the 2nd Amendment
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