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Old 10-25-2011, 01:15 AM   #11
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Well one must understand . the constitution means as much to these globalists as a chinese take out menu
I'd post what these globalists could do, but I have a funny feeling I'd be banned for eternity.
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Forget rotting in the sun feed them to the fish cuz im afraid the buzzards would die from all the lies the eat
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Old 10-25-2011, 01:26 AM   #13
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Forget rotting in the sun feed them to the fish cuz im afraid the buzzards would die from all the lies the eat
You know if you beat the crap out of a politician all your left with is an expensive suit and a pair of smelly shoes, right?
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Ya and a toxic cloud.
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Have to get past 2/3 super majority of the Senate!
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Correct me if im wrong but isnt 2/3 of the senate democrats?
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One of you legal types correct me if I'm wrong, but the President, and congress, are banned from signing any treaty that violates the constitution, which this one definitely would.
Banned? How? What's the mechanism that would prevent them from doing so?
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Banned? How? What's the mechanism that would prevent them from doing so?
Haven't read the constitution since college, and that was a looooong time ago. There's a clause that states that the government is not allowed to enter into any treaty that would violate any part of the constitution.
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Haven't read the constitution since college, and that was a looooong time ago. There's a clause that states that the government is not allowed to enter into any treaty that would violate any part of the constitution.
And are there Constitution Police who will swoop in and prevent the President and the Senate from entering into such a treaty? Of course not. They can enter into any treaty they wish; maybe a court might subsequently reject the treaty as unconstitutional, but there is nothing that can stop a unconstitutional treaty from being ratified, except the conscience of enough Senators.
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I have a copy of the Constitution in my truck. I'll have to see if I can look it up.
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