Skip to comments.Sarah Palin Post: Another Good Read Alaska’s Choice & AK Rally Thursday
Posted on 10/27/2010 10:53:51 AM PDT by MaxCUA
A recommended read by Sarah Palin
It has been with great distress that I have watched Sen. Lisa Murkowski serve, far too often, as the Statists' useful idiot - on the Law of the Sea Treaty and more recently trying to bargain on cap-and-trade. The latter came to fend off a growing, logical chorus seeking to simply and cleanly kill EPA's current Power Grab. In addition to heading that smarter move off, if successful her idea would instead, at best, only beggar a classic Washington deal...on something that should have a stake driven through its heart, not presented a cask of its native soil in which to rest until it is time to wreak havoc.
Enough dealing. Enough people who convince themselves that compromise - not on details but on matters of core principle - is a sign of leadership.
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It was Palin who begged Murkowski and her colleagues to pass the Law of the Sea Treaty.
Not to mention she is in favor of capping CO2 emissions.
Do you have a link for verification? Thanks
Murkowski or Palin?
Looks like the reason why she wanted to do this is to be able to drill on parts of Alaska that are being submerged by the ocean. To claim that land is a good idea or else if they don’t then Russia could park a drilling rig and drill for oil or gas right above that submerged land that once was part of Alaska and get the resources.
Regardless, she supports it. It is a boondoggle of the worst order, giving the UN powers it must never possess.
She supports having a convention. That’s all. Wouldn’t it be in Alaska’s best interests to claim their soveriegn land submerged by the sea?
She supports LOST. IF you don’t know what’s in it, don’t try to argue about it.
Please explain it then so I can get a overall view of it. Thanks
I’ll check my old archives and see what I can find.
Here are the links I kept.
The treaty itself...
Tons of Information from the National Center for Public Policy Research
And two of my favorite arguments against it.