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Eight Traitor RINOs Cuddle Up to Treasonous LibDems But Fail to Approve U.N. Treaty

Oh, where do I begin with this? Well:

Nine Republicans made their very best efforts to cause Americans to lose their sovereignty in a vote in the United States Senate on Wednesday, December 05, 2012.

This action in our very own government chambers if approved would have meant a great victory for the corrupt and grossly greedy United Nations by gaining a strong measure of control over the United States as has been planned and programmed by the traitorous and prevaricating usurper president and his Socialist-Communist followers in the U. S. Senate.

You’re going to love it when you find out who they were!

That Senate vote saw all 53 liberal Democrats (2 of whom have phony Independent labels but are flaming liberal Democrats at heart;  Bernie Sanders-VT and Joe Lieberman-CT) vote in favor of this traitorous Treaty where our once secure and independent freedom was guaranteed would have been lost.

But even worse was the spectacle of EIGHT traitors who were elected by mostly conservative voters who were Republicans while another one (Kirk-IL) just did not vote; so NINE defectors from the GOP in all.

One non voter. Remember the Not voting Is voting factum? Also remember, EVERY SINGLE DEMONCRAP VOTED FOR THIS!

Now, you want to know who voted along with the demoncraps to cede our nation? Really? Here you go:

While we should be thanking the 38 Republican U. S. Senators for providing the force to stop the U. N. takeover of our self-rule, the eight villains of infamy who sold us down the river of greed should be marked for not only defeat at reelection but disgraced pariah status until that date.  Loss of sovereignty is that serious. The “Awful Eight”:  Kelly Ayotte – NH; John Barrasso – WY; Scott Brown – MA;  Sue Collins – ME (and her partner) Olympia Snowe – ME;  Dick Lugar – IN; John McCain – AZ;  Lisa Murkowskit – AK.  Show them your disapproval of their anti-American performance.

Scott Brown we thought might have been a positive gain, but apparently not. Most of the rest of those we knew to be RINOs, but that one other highlighted name could have been our president. For him I refuse to capitalize the office. The only reason I voted for him last election was Sarah Palin. I was hoping they would get in, and he would die anyway. Now? He just needs to have a heart attack or something. The suggestion of a trial for treason, and execution is obvious. But I shouldn’t have to make that suggestion.

Thought you might like to know this little thing. Pray that the military has paid attention, and is readying to STAND BY THEIR OATH TO THE CONSTITUTION!

  1. upaces88 permalink
    12/07/2012 11:09


  2. 12/07/2012 11:12

    Spread this widely.

  3. upaces88 permalink
    12/07/2012 11:35

    Did that!!! lol

  4. 12/07/2012 11:50

    Good stuff.

  5. poetopoet permalink
    12/07/2012 13:40

    So happy he lost, for the devil we now know E. Warren is better than the devil we don’t know S. Brown.

  6. 12/07/2012 13:50

    These pigs really should be arrested for treason.

  7. 12/07/2012 13:57


  8. 12/07/2012 14:46

    It would be nice to know the substance of the treaty they voted for. The article doesn’t appear to mention it.

  9. 12/07/2012 17:03

    I’m quite sure you know how to research such.

  10. Trainwreck 404 permalink
    12/07/2012 21:22

    Mark Kirk is a closeted homo. He voted for the repeal of DADT. I helped his campaign. I truly regret that now.

  11. 12/07/2012 23:22

    Regardless of it’s sexual orientation, it would have allowed our nation to fall. I do not care if it be gay, only that it is a traitor.

  12. 12/08/2012 03:13

    — I’m quite sure you know how to research such.–

    Yes, I do, but the author of the article buried the lede! That’s no way to induce readers to return.

  13. 12/08/2012 03:19

    True. Google/Bing the title of the bill. I agree, it would have been FAR simpler if he had just linked the netspot.

  14. Catherine permalink
    12/08/2012 10:51

    It was about disabilities. I support ADA. What’s the point of supporting a UN treaty that enforces what we have for 22 years. It should be rejected- as all UN treaties should be rejected. It just gives an inroads to foreign law someday over ruling our US law- should as gun control. Glad it was defeated.

  15. 12/08/2012 10:54

    Perfect read on the entire intent. Well done!

  16. 12/08/2012 14:07

    Perhaps, the writer Sould have clarified exactly which treaty was voted on. I know it was the treaty on The United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, but many don’t/ wont know.

  17. 12/08/2012 14:27

    Fact remains, it is the nose of the camel under the tent.

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