Global Government Here We Come!
Constitutional lawyer and red diaper baby, Barack Obama, obviously rejects the concept of the separation of powers, disdains Congress and its role, and is impatient with the idea that he should have to follow or respect the findings of the courts. This week’s events have proven the point on both climate change, the nuclear deal and even housing.
On July 8th, Senator Sessions spoke with George Mason University law professor Jeremy Rabkin at a congressional hearing who told lawmakers that Obama’s unilateral commitment to a U.N. agreement/treaty on climate change without Senate ratification was “a real change in our Constitution.”
“So, now we’re going to have some body, in some entity, in some foreign country that’s going to be directing us?” Alabama Republican Sen. Jeff Sessions asked Rabkin over Obama’s emissions reduction promise.
“And what this is fundamentally about is saying, ‘ah, that’s old-fashioned, forget that, that didn’t work for Clinton– we’re moving forward with something different which the president gets to commit us,’” Rabkin added. “That’s a real change in our Constitution.”