Monday, July 26, 2010

The UN Is Plotting Against You ...and Obama supports their goals

The would be dictators are at it again (they never quit!).  Every citizen must understand that the United States Constitution reigns supreme over any treaty with other nations...and that includes would be nations like the UN.  The UN is not a sovereignty as in sovereign nation.  The US however, is a sovereign nation and its powers to rule come from the people as expressed in the Declaration of Independence and protected by the United States Constitution.  In the article below the author states,"The Obama administration strongly supports the U.N. Arms Trade Treaty..." but lets not overlook the secondary headline, "One-worlders are going after your guns".  The one world order sicko-idea has been addressed in this blog on numerous occasions and it is not just the Democrats.  The more familiar term "New World Order" has been around for a long time and some the culprits that support this end-game mentality include George Herbert Walker Bush, George W. Bush, William Jefferson Clinton, Hilary Rodham Clinton, John F. Kerry, Henry Kissinger, George Soros, et al (including such corporations as the New York Times, TIME Magazine and more).  So when you get to the part in the editorial where they have the secret closed-door meetings (indicative of a hostile take-over) I hope that you are having your own closed-door meetings just like our founding fathers had at the Green Dragon Tavern ~ Norman E. Hooben

The following from The Washington Times

EDITORIAL: U.N. threatens Second and First Amendments

One-worlders are going after your guns

The United Nations is holding secret closed meetings to work out a global arms trade treaty. The agreement, which could be finished by 2012, is a threat to Americans' Second and First Amendment rights.
"Some type of micro-stamping regulations seems all but inevitable. It is very, very likely," the Heritage Foundation's Theodore R. Bromund, who tracks the U.N., told The Washington Times. "Restrictions on trade between private individuals are somewhat less than 50-50, but you surely can't rule that out. Some kind of gun registration and licensing system is an extremely likely probability." Registration proposals cover guns as well as individual rounds of ammunition.
The Obama administration strongly supports the U.N. Arms Trade Treaty and no doubt will use the process to push for gun-control regulations that it can't get through Congress otherwise.
A lot of baloney is floating in Turtle Bay. Gun registration is being promoted despite evidence that the costly bureaucratic system has been a complete failure in solving any crimes or stopping criminals from getting access to guns everywhere it's been tried. "None of these treaties have a relationship to reality," Mr. Bromund explains. "Terrorists are still going to have access to guns because governments give them guns, and they are still going to be able to give them guns." As an example, he pointed out, "The FARC fighting in Colombia get their guns from Venezuela."
As with everything that goes down at the U.N.'s headquarters on Manhattan's East River, America will pick up a disproportionate share of the tab to implement the treaty, with all those countries considered most "in need" taking another free ride. This is counterproductive even without the usual fraud and waste that hobble U.N. programs.
Gun rights aren't the only thing would-be globocops are targeting in the treaty. There is a U.N. discussion paper advancing "the reduction of violence in the media and in video games" as well as "sustained efforts at reeducation and reorientation of [member state] citizens." Whatever the plan, that can't be good for the First Amendment.
Any U.N. Arms Trade Treaty will undermine freedom around the world. The right to bear arms is an individual's protection against oppression anywhere. It took herculean efforts by George W. Bush's administration to thwart this U.N. power grab a few years ago. Unfortunately, we now have a left-wing White House working to make this dangerous treaty a reality.

This just in... Don't believe 'em (see below), it's just a ruse to get your vote! These people believe in taking your guns away no matter what they say on the campaign trail... ~ Norman E. Hooben

Dems Lock N Load To Gain Gun Rights Vote - With Video

H-T to  Pat Dollard

Fox News:
With the mid-terms looming large in a year where incumbents are expected to take a beating at the polls many Democratic candidates are favoring gun rights, aiming to win endorsements or positive ratings from pro-2nd amendment groups.
University of New Hampshire Professor of Politics, Andrew Smith, says Democrats started moving away from a strong anti-gun stance in the 90’s when many in the party blamed the issue on massive political losses in Congress.

“I think it started with the 1994 elections where a lot of Democrats believe it was the NRA involvement in that election which caused the Democrats to lose the House and the Senate. So they backed off that issue,” said Smith.
The National Rifle Association, by far the most powerful pro-gun lobby in the country, spends massive amounts of money to protect the right to bear arms, donating cash to candidates and political action committees. While Republicans receive the majority of the organizations endorsements and money, over the last 10 years, the NRA has dramatically increased funding for Democratic candidates.
“I think finally the message hit home that it’s bad politics to be on the wrong side of the 2nd amendment at election time and I think you see that reflective in what’s been happening on this issue amongst Democrats in Washington, DC and state legislatures around the country.” said Wayne LaPierre, CEO of the National Rifle Association.
“Gun ownership in the country amid labor unions folks runs from a low of 48% in California to a high of 60, 70, 80% in states like Missouri, Tennessee, West Virginia. In the 2000 election, half of those union members had a firearm in their home voted for George Bush over Al Gore based on the gun issue and that cost Al Gore the presidency.”
According to the center for responsive politics, a non-partisan group that tracks political spending, during the 2002 election cycle the NRA put 8% of their federal campaign contributions toward Democrats. This election cycle, they’ve received 26% percent.
Though the NRA has yet to release many key endorsements heading into the fall elections some major races could be affected when the word comes down. In the midst of a tough re-election campaign, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid could get a boost as the NRA considers endorsing him.
In Indiana, Democratic Senate candidate Brad Ellsworth, a former sheriff, may win the organization’s endorsement over Republican Dan Coats.
The slow political shift has frustrated some Democrats that have long fought for tougher gun laws, like New York Congresswoman Carolyn McCarthy, who’s husband was killed in 1993 when a gunman randomly fired into a commuter train. She wishes fellow Democrats would fight the pressure exerted by the pro-gun lobby.
“They’ve been very open about saying… ‘Carolyn, if the NRA comes against a bill, I gotta vote with the NRA.’ They’re not going to take that chance. I understand that,” said McCarthy of her Democratic colleagues. “Does it bother me? Of course, it bothers me because I’m not trying to take away anyone’s right to own a gun.”
Depending on where a given candidate hails from, gun rights can be a major issue.
Take the “Live Free or Die” state of New Hampshire where hunting is popular and the 2nd amendment has long been prioritized as a critical personal liberty.
“It’s a freedom issue and that’s what this is about,” said Mitch Kopacz, president of Gun Owners of New Hampshire. “It’s the canary in the cage if you will, the firearms… for free speech and other issues. If we have firearms we still have the rest of our rights.”
While a contingent of voters will cast ballots strictly adhering to which candidate supports firearm freedoms, many others will prioritize other matters.
“Because the economy is bad and when the economy is bad all other issues get pushed to the side, including the issues about guns,” explains Smith. “So I think what you’re seeing with Democratic candidates is that the party has moved away from that more doctrinaire position against 2nd amendment rights.”

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