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Posted on 07/30/2010 8:16:09 PM PDT by SWAMPSNIPER
By Cassandra Anderson
Thirty states will be encroached upon by Obama's Executive Order establishing the National Ocean Council for control over America's oceans, coastlines and the Great Lakes. Under this new council, states' coastal jurisdictions will be subject to the United Nations' Law Of Sea Treaty (LOST) in this UN Agenda 21 program. America'a oceans and coastlines will be broken into 9 regions that include the North East, Mid-Atlantic, South Atlantic, the Gulf Coast, West Coast, the Great Lakes, Alaska, the Pacific Islands (including Hawaii) and the Caribbean.
Because of the decades of difficulty that the collectivists have had trying to ratify the Law Of Sea Treaty (LOST), Obama is sneaking it in through the back door, by way of this Executive Order establishing the Council. Because LOST is a treaty, Obama's Executive Order is not Constitutional as treaty ratification requires 2/3 approval from the Senate. Michael Shaw said that the Agenda 21 Convention on Biodiversity treaty of 1992 failed to pass Congress so it was executed through soft law and administratively on local levels, and Obama's Executive Order is a similar soft law tactic to enact the LOST treaty.
Well, between you and me, SWAMPSNIPER, let’s see how many miles of coastline king obuma’s Fat Welfare Momma division can protect.
You will never, ever be able to pry a fat welfare momma’s cold, greasey fingers from two liter bottles of Coke and jumbo bags of chips.
Request for validation out.
Not Constitutional. A President cannot pencil whip compliance with a treaty.
The states should file suit and ignore Hussein in the interim. LOST is not law, not a treaty; as for these United States it does not exist.
Problem is Obama doesn’t seem to recognize any constitutional limits.
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