The Ghostfighters

November 10, 2012

Neither the executive, nor the Senate,alone or combined, can make or ratify a treaty or adopt international law that takes precedent over the Constitution.

Filed under: alone or combined — prowlland @ 3:58 pm

Print this out—— pass it out !!!

Reid v. Covert states that Art.II, Sec. 2, paragraph 2 cannot

be used in place

of, or to amend, Art.V.

Neither the executive, nor the Senate,alone or combined,

can make or ratify a treaty or adopt international law that takes precedent

over the Constitution.

Don’t even THINK about taking our second amendment right away… it wont be pretty.

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