Obamatrade Deal Allows Global Access to Citizen’s Data
Outside the Beltway, the place we were promised that our country would never stoop to that level , a broad coalition of voters from the left, right and center opposes the mega-trade deal getting rammed through Congress this week by the Republican establishment on behalf of the White House. Here’s why.
The Obama administration, House GOP leader John Boehner and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell have sold out American sovereignty. Their so-called Trans-Pacific Partnership Commission will have sweeping authority over trade, immigration, environmental, labor and commerce regulations.
As can been seen, whilst most of our readers should already know the U.S. Federal (Central) government should by all means necessary back out of this consideration insofar as — it’s as easy as this, 1) Name a given enterprise that has prospered under federal attention. Two, the representatives and senators who are alleged to be acting in our best faith, have wanton destroyed other similar arrangements — and currently I do not want to be the one who states, “I told you so…”
So what has N.A.F.T.A. done for you lately? Overall, none of the initial hypotheses were confirmed. NAFTA did not inherently present a systemic threat to the North American environment, as was originally feared. Three, look what has happened to immigration reform. Yet, as I write that the Fed will exercise in more commerce regulations.
As alert watchdogs U.S. Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., chairman of the Subcommittee on Immigration and the National Interest and U.S. Rep Duncan Hunter, R-Calif., warn: “By adopting fast-track, Congress would be formally authorizing the President to finalize the creation of this Pacific Union and will have surrendered its legislative prerogatives.
Before a word, line, paragraph, or page of this plan is made public, Congress will have agreed to give up its treaty powers. … In effect, one of the most sweeping international agreements seen in years will be given less legislative scrutiny and process than a Post Office reform bill.”
Just as I wanted to mention Four, how well has such governmental entities performed for you as of late? The Postal Service went down to 8 billion dollars per year payable to Washington D.C. A rerouting of treasury department (which in reality is us) funds. Did I happen to mention that Senator Feinstein’s husband controls the liquidation of already used Post Offices?
The Obama administration, House GOP leader John Boehner and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell have sold out legislative transparency. Boehner smugly asserts that so-called Trade Promotion Authority puts Congress in charge and promotes “more openness” on trade talks. Nonsense. Under the Boehner/Obama plan, Congress gives up its ability to amend any trade deals under fast track, severely limits the ability to debate and lowers the vote threshold in the Senate from 61 to 51. The 11 international parties negotiating with Obama on TPP refuse to sign their dotted lines until Congress agrees to pre-agree to behemoth global trade pacts — sight unseen.
The secretive wheeling and dealing on the massive 29-chapter draft (kept under classified lock-and-key and only a tiny portion of which have been publicly disclosed through WikiLeaks) make the backroom ObamaCare negotiations look like a gigantic solar flare of openness and public deliberation.
The author wishes to thank publically Michelle Malkin, who was the formatter of this article. I worked the wording and presentation, but I am not altogether certain there will ever be a writer on this planet that could rival “The Divine Ms. M.”