By Craig Masters
July 27, 2012 – The US Constitution will be dealt a third strike by Obama and his coconspirators unless Americans stop them now!
Law scholars across the country agree the recent Supreme Court ruling against Arizona’s immigration law was much more than simply a ruling against a defiant state. The ruling actually made it legal for the Obama administration to pick and choose which laws his government will enforce and/or not allow states to enforce. That ruling did much more than virtually confirm the loss of sovereignty for the states. It made the presidential oath of office a hollow political promise since it is no longer necessary for the President to uphold the Constitution or the laws of the United States.
Followed a few days later by the much more publicized Obamacare ruling, the current Supreme Court justices – who have made no secret of their feelings that the Constitution is outdated – have now reversed the roles of the states and the federal government as to control of those “enumerated powers” being reserved to the states and the people.
But two strikes don’t mean an out. In order to complete the “change,” Obama promised his supporters, he will need a third strike. That pitch is on the way in the form of a United Nations treaty, called the Arms Trade Treaty. By selecting to enforce the Supremacy Clause of the US Constitution, such a treaty would have the power of a constitutional amendment and would, effectively, repeal the Second Amendment guaranteeing us the right to bear arms. No congressional review is necessary for the treaty to become enforceable. No approval by two-thirds of the states is necessary for Obama and Hillary to have in fact destroyed the second ammendment from outside our borders via the UN.
As proposed, the ATT will set up a global body which will require all signatory nations to regulate firearms so that they can prevent their exportation to other countries. Inevitably, this will require countries to inventory the guns in private hands and to register them. A gun ban is not far away.
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