Obama to attend the U.N.’s Conference of Parties ("COP-15")



President Obama has indicated that he will personally attend the
U.N.’s Conference of Parties (“COP-15”) scheduled for December 7, 2009
in Copenhagen. It is expected that he and other heads of state from
almost 200 countries will commit their nations to international
consumer standards. Prime ministers, presidents and other heads of
state are expected to attend this Major Event.

A recent blog I composed about COP-15 noted that all of the world’s
population will be subject to COP-15-decreed living standards. These
new standards such as auto choices and hot water standards will
certainly affect industrial countries the most. It could also be used
as a tool by which America’s living standards and industries can be
made to decline through ECO-15 decrees.

This is not a good situation in which the United States should be
entangled. It will certainly cause a decline in our living standards,
but even more important, it places another part of the U.S. under
international control. That is why the U.S. Constitution forbids our
public officials from putting the U.S. under such binding United
Nations agreements so that our sovereignty is not impaired. If Obama
signs for the American people, his promise may be declared “null and
void” if it conflicts with the highest law of America, the
Constitution.

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