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". . . . and that the treaty-making power of the president was one of the Constitution's most fearful features and would lead us into the most ruinous of foreign engagements. "

That is only the half of it. The other half is that the fedgov has used its treaty-making powers to grab municipal control. LINK

Ruby Ridge was the enFORCEment of gun treaty laws.

Waco was the enFORCEment of gun treaty laws.

The enFORCEment of all gun laws are based upon Treaties.

The enFORCEment of all drug laws are based upon treaties.

All federal enFORCEment agencies engaged in executing jursidictional activities in domestic and municipal affairs of the states and over Citizens not explicitly provided for in the U.S. Constitution have derived their authority from treaty provisions.

These treaty provisions were ostensibly meant to remedy any offenses against the laws of nations. The problem here is that the Supreme Court has elevated these remedies, making them supreme over the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, regardless if the enFORCEment provisions violate states rights and the unalienable rights of Citizens.

Yes, Patrick Henry knew what future regimes were going to do, and they did it.

17 posted on 07/30/2002 3:08:37 PM PDT by Eastbound
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