I read the broad outlines of the treaty and was struck by the ambiguity of the statements in it. In fact some of the provisions of this piece of collectivist detritus are so ambiguous as to be meaningless; or do amorphous and fluid that they could be construed to mean almost anything a government wished to infer. If this treaty is not dead on arrival in the Senate it might just be the final straw that pushes our nation over the brink of revolution.
There are people, former believers in the American dream who have been so wronged by this bastardized perversion of a republic that we laughingly refer to as our central government that they are about one metaphorical inch from taking up arms to alter or abolish this government. Our Congress has sold its collective soul to the highest special interest bidders in return for campaign contributions and turned its back upon its constituents and its duty to protect the best interests of our nation. These crooks in that cessoool of crony capitalism and corruption, our Congress exist solely to feather their own nests and to eagerly perform legislative fellatio on their corporate and union masters. It is not only our right to alter or abolish this government and establish a new government that derives its just powers from the consent of the governed, it is our responsibility to do so.