Skip to comments.GOP Senators who Have NOT Opposed the Law of the Sea Treaty
Posted on 05/27/2012 1:44:40 AM PDT by SMGFan
The Law of the Sea Treaty Surrenders American Sovereignty at Sea to the United Nations, and Will FORCE American companies to pay Royalties TO It.
Below is a list of GOP Senators who have NOT opposed the Law of the Sea Treaty as of May 26th, 2012. The easiest way to contact your Senator with a pre-made message of opposition to this treaty is to visit Tell-Your-Senator-To-Oppose-LOST.
(Excerpt) Read more at jeffrainforth.com ...
In our new book, Screwed!, we explain how the Obama Administration is trying to jam through the Law of the Sea Treaty which would require the US to give to the UN Seabed Authority half of our royalties from offshore mining and oil drilling. It would also create a legal framework to require us to curb carbon emissions in order to reduce “thermal pollution” of the oceans. This treaty is already signed and is coming up for Senate ratification in June.
what do we get out of this treaty aside from SCREWED?
I think their goal is “Fairness”.
Can't for the life of me understand why any Republican (actually I can, cuz those that do, are NOT Conservatives) would support this Treaty?
They are the same phony, pseudo-intellectual, inside-the-beltway, Elitists who did not like Reagan or his Conservative values; oppose the Tea Party Patriots and will endorse only "Moderate" Republicans, who like themselves, are more than ready, willing and able to "cross the aisle" and work with the Demo-Rats.
Wish there was some way to get rid of all of them.
As an aside, these are some of the same Girly-Guy Wusses, who a handful of the Freepers sugggest (wrongheadedly and naively) would keep Dear Leader "in check," (if we should regain control of the Senate) thus we should all stay home in Nov or vote for someone else other than Romney.
Speaking of which, where does Willard ORomney stand on the LOST?
With the help of these rinos we are literaly putting the noose around our neck at this the point. Let us not forget the international gun ban conference at the UN in June especially aimed at America also.
My two Senators are Cardin and Mikulski, so there is absolutely no sense in wasting my time communicating with them.
In fact I believe we should just close their offices, fire their staff and just let them phone in their Democrat votes.
In fact close all Democrats offices , fire all of their staffs, and let them all just phone in their votes for whatever the party wants.
We could save a ton of maney that way.
Every Republican on that list needs to get voted out.
” Speaking of which, where does Willard ORomney stand on the LOST? “
He only watched it once or twice, but thought it was a pretty good TV show...
Google ‘Law of the Sea Treaty’ and witness the lack MSM coverage on the suject.
He can be counted to be on both sides.
If you are a conservative, he will tell you he is against it.
If you are anything but conservative, he will tell you that he will carefully review and keep the ‘good parts’.
Does that answer your question?
I know that talking to far left folks is like dropping one pebble after another down a well, to bring up the water level. But, along with more productive actions, the pebbles need to be dropped.
Clearly! EVERYONE ON THAT LIST!
The usual suspects.
Don’t feel too bad. I have Boxer & Feinstein.
I’m surprised to see Chuck Grassley’s name on the list. Not surprised to see Dick Loogie.
Ughh of course Sen. Graham is on the list.....I am so tired of linda the RINO. Thankfully Sen. DeMint is smart enough to oppose this idiotic mess!
The list is incredible and should also include Democrats. At a time when there is global chaos, we are going to sacrifice our sovereignty and join the lunatics? I had a law professor who preached that warranties took away more consumer rights than they protected. Seems to me this Treaty is in that league as well.
'...Under the best of US economic circumstances, the Senate should say no to such an egregious breach of the trust Americans have placed in us. Our current economic struggles are all the more reason to say no to a treaty that is all cost and no benefit....'
Utah Republican Senator Orrin Hatch is the ranking Member of the Senate Finance Committee. Texas Republican Sen. John Cornyn is a senior member of the Senate Finance Committee. Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2012/05/23/law-sea-treaty-will-sink-america-economy/#ixzz1w4ZEhsWq
I contacted Isackson’s office Friday and his office indicates he is in oppositition to the treaty.
It figures that RINO POS Isakson from GA would need a prodding to figure out what to do. The only thing that suprises me is that our other potted plant Chambliss has figured it out. I am planning to blister Isakson before the vote with a call and email.
Need a little help.
When sending mail like this they always want a topic. I never know what to select.
What would this fall under on that list? Anyone?
I believe Romney would support it because he already created an executive order implementing the Kyoto Protocol in the guise of a ‘climate change’ action plan conforming fully to the UN framework(read government structure), the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change,or FCCC.
If you dig into his term as governor in Massachusetts, I am sure you will find many more executive orders and laws, aligning the state with UN protocols, frameworks and agendas.
History cannot be undone, whatever he says those laws and frameworks still exist and have not been rescinded. Any talk he makes about the Constitution is lip service.
Names to remember when re-election time arrives.