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>Harol Koh Would Permanently Damage the Constitution

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President Obama’s nominee favors foreign law over U.S. law!

Hello Intelligent Thinker. Cain alert #10

Harold Koh has been nominated by President Obama to serve as the next Legal Adviser to the Department of State. However, Harold Koh is an outspoken believer in “transnationalism”, the idea that AMERICAN courts should apply and honor the laws of other nations.

Koh favors foreign law over American law.

The State Department Legal Adviser is the voice of the United States around the world on international legal issues. Among other responsibilities, the Legal Adviser:

(1) is involved in the negotiation, drafting, and interpretation of treaties, U.N. Security Council resolutions, and General Assembly resolutions

(2) represents the United States in international negotiations, at international organizations, and before the International Court of Justice

(3) interprets and seeks to develop international law.

However:

  • Koh favors treaties and U.N. conferences that undermine American sovereignty
  • Koh’s positions handicap America’s efforts to defend itself
  • Koh’s positions would harm American businesses

Koh has already been through his confirmation hearing and was successfully voted on at the Senate Committee on Foreign Affairs, but has not yet been confirmed by the full U.S. Senate. A floor debate and vote is expected to take place in early to mid June, after Congress returns from the Memorial Day recess.

Please contact your U.S. Senators with the following message:

Please vote NO to the confirmation of Harold Koh as the next Legal Adviser to the Department of State. His radical views are a danger to America.

Please contact your Senators right away. Thank you.

Herman Cain – Head Coach
Intelligent Thinkers Movement

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