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Attack on American Sovereignty

Allen239 Wrote: May 28, 2012 12:29 PM
When future history is written about America, Obama will be cited as our worst president who did everything in his power to undermine America's economy, military and its citizens' Constitutional rights. The Law of the Sea Treaty is just another example of why Obama must be voted out of office or impeached as soon as possible.
Louie13 Wrote: May 29, 2012 5:53 PM
Allen, neither will happen. Prophetic dreams dating back over a generation foresaw that Obama, identified not by name but by number, would be the last elected president of the American Republic, that is, that the Republic would end during his designated reign. The ominous things about these dreams is that although each began with a different president, they all ended with Obama, the current president. And an old black woman foresaw in prophetic dream so time ago that the American Republic would end when a black man becomes president.
Louie13 Wrote: May 29, 2012 5:58 PM
More recent prophetic dreams see Obama being assassinated and Hillary taking his place as President to finish his term (which implies that at some point before then, she will replace Biden as VP), but her reign will be cut short by the invasion of America during the Third World War, which will bring the American Republic to its end.


Reginald10 Wrote: May 28, 2012 4:15 PM
You can impeach him all you want, but he can't be removed without a Conviction by the Senate. And as long as Harry Reed and the Democrats rule there, that isn't going to happen.

Yet another reason to work for a Republican Senate.

Any way you slice it, the Law of the Sea Treaty (LOST) threatens American sovereignty. So why would the Senate even consider ratifying it?

Treaty proponents such as Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman John Kerry, D-Mass., claim the treaty would give the United States important new rights and advantages. But, as Heritage Foundation expert Kim Holmes, a former Assistant Secretary of State for International Organization Affairs, observed last year, LOST offers the U.S. nothing we’re not already entitled to under customary international law.

“Treaty supporters claim ratification will give the U.S. additional rights to oil, gas and...