America is under attack from within at the highest levels of power. Barack Hussein Obama’s policies are bringing America to her knees. With a consistency that can only come from deeply held conviction, Barack Hussein Obama is damaging the office of the presidency and compromising American sovereignty.
As soon as he became president, he took decisive steps to submit American sovereignty to the will of international bodies. First Obama attacked America by suing Arizona for passing a law that merely reflected federal immigration law. Now the Obama administration has included the Arizona state immigration law in a report of human rights abuses to the UN, that collective negation of humanity and home to the worst human rights abusers in the world.
Obama is an internationalist, and this has more ominous implications for American sovereignty.
“What transnationalism, at bottom, is all about,s depriving American citizens of their powers of representative government by selectively imposing on them the favored policies of Europe's leftist elites.” In contrast, “proponents of a nationalist jurisprudence view ‘foreign legal precedents’ as ‘an impermissible imposition on the exercise of American sovereignty.’” legal expert M. Edward Whelan, president of the Ethics and Public Policy Center, the former general counsel to the U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary, former principal deputy assistant attorney general for the Office of Legal Counsel in the U.S. Department of Justice
Obama's latest attack on America may shock Americans, but readers of The Post-American Presidency: The Obama Administration's War on America nod their heads in recognition. It's all in my book, the relinquishing of American sovereignty and Obama's internationalism.
Americans can’t say they hadn’t been warned. They should have noticed that the charismatic young Democratic presidential candidate had numerous socialist associations, going back to a childhood spent among internationalists. And even as recently as a nine months before he was elected president, he sponsored a bill in the Senate that would compromise American sovereignty (the Global Poverty Act.)
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer demanded Friday that a reference to the state's controversial immigration law be removed from a State Department report to the United Nations' human rights commissioner.
The U.S. included its legal challenge to the law on a list of ways the federal government is protecting human rights.
In a letter to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Brewer says it is "downright offensive" that a state law would be included in the report, which was drafted as part of a UN review of human rights in all member nations every four years.
"The idea of our own American government submitting the duly enacted laws of a state of the United States to 'review' by the United Nations is internationalism run amok and unconstitutional," Brewer wrote.
Arizona's law generally requires police officer enforcing other laws to investigate the immigration status of people they suspect are illegal immigrants.