Thursday, May 27, 2010


We are all citizens of the world first. World bodies have the ultimate say, not Washington.

And so, elected officials in AZ and Mexico are taking AZ to the world court:

NOGALES, May 25, 2010 .- To reverse the effects of SB-1070, legislators in Mexico and the U.S. (EU) have agreed to submit an appeal to the Interamerican Commission on Human Rights (IACHR), since this initiative criminalises migration with racial profiling in the state of Arizona.

...The conclave was attended by U.S. lawmakers: Amanda Aguirre, Linda Brown, Linda Lopez, Manuel “Manny” Alvarez, Manny Ruiz, Martin Porchas, Rick Flores and Rudy Molera. (via Verum Serum)

The U.S. being made subservient to international governance? Just a wacky right-wing conspiracy theory. Ignore the recent words of our oh-so-patriotic leader:

That's right. He's telling men and women at West Point that they are not here to serve the U.S. They here as troops for the new world order.

Funny, I don't remember agreeing to be part of a world order. I don't remember electing anyone to it. I don't remember having any say at all. And yet, increasingly, we are told we are to be subservient to something higher than the Constitution.

The President is sworn to uphold the Constitution as the highest rule of law and to protect our nation. He is not sworn to uphold the laws of international bodies as the highest rule, nor to to put our troops under direction of an international governance.

In other words, he is violating his oath. He is blatantly anti-American.

Of course, he won't be impeached. But you better pray that he is voted out or it is over.

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