posted on Apr, 1 2011 @ 11:26 PM
Originally posted by korathin
Originally posted by Wirral Bagpuss
I am not an American so i dont know the finer points of American politics, but am i right in thinking that whatever the UN decides is of more
authority than Congress? Surely if they give the ok for military action then surely that superceeds a soverign parliament/congress?
No. American Sovereignty supersedes any treaty or membership to any International organization.
According to US law, (and Article II, Section 2, Clause 2 of the constitution), properly agreed treaties become US federal law - see
- having been agreed by a supermajority of the Senate.
The UN charter is such a treaty.
What Obama has done is an impeachable offense.
Apparently only Obamatards think so and none of them/you are prepared to back up big words with the money to make it stick - not even his most
vociferous political opponents have seriously suggested it.
Wonder why not?