June 1, 2013 ivisbodavis Books

From Greg Abbot, Texas Attorney General
Your liberty — as a United States Citizen — was weakened and threatened yesterday when the Obama Administration helped the United Nations pass the Arms Trade Treaty.  Immediately after this disappointing vote, I wrote a letter to President Obama urging him not to sign the treaty.  If the President, signs the treaty allowing the U.N. to be involved in regulating firearms in the U.S., Texans will lead the charge to have the treaty overturned in court as a violation of the U.S. Constitution. I need your support. Please help us get the word out by referring three of your friends right now and for warding this information to 5 of your friends.  Together we can make a difference. America is exceptional in part because our Constitution safeguards our individual liberties – including the right to keep bear arms enshrined in the second ammendment.  The new  UN treaty threatens your rights:
  • It doesn’t recognize the individual right to keep and bear arms or the fundamental right to defend yourself, your family, or your property:
  • It empowers a new UN bureaucracy focused on firearms restriction that will be run by international bureaucrats who are not accountable to the peoples of the United States.
  • It could impose firearm registration requirements that may empower international authorities to get information about American citizens and businesses.
This UN treaty does more than trample Second Amendment rights.  It also threatens to erode all liberties guaranteed to Americans in the Constitution by giving the UN power to govern our lives.  Please refer 3 of your friends today and forward this important message to 5 of your friends right now.  Your voice must be heard on this issue.  When the Constitution says, “the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed,” it means no one — including the UN — can infringe upon that. UN treaties do not trump the Constitution.  And with your help we will make that message clear to President Obama and his administration.
Greg Abbot
Texas Attorney General

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