Discussion in 'Congress' started by American_Jihad, Jun 1, 2012.
It's Afrikaans. Guess what country. Hint: Not Russia or former Eastern Block.
ACORN was never accused of spying into the actual voting booths, trying to get legitimate voters knocked off the rolls, gathering in thug gangs and blocking lines of voters, nor distracting and bothering poll workers at busy polling locations. The Teabaggers have been.
There were only 2, count 'em TWO Black Panthers and they were at a single polling station.
The teabaggers have no authorization to monitor the polls, and are under investigation in several states for physical intimidation and for attempting voter supression in several states for the past couple of years. They've vowed to send a million jackboots to polling stations this November to disrupt the voting process.
The UN didn't just up and decide to come in, a number of civil rights groups ASKED them to monitor this year's general election.
Religion - Afrikaners
Need proof stating tea party million jackboots, links. Teabaggers, that's a LGBT thing, I'm surprised a lefty gets them mixed up...rolmao
Judicial watch has found the following irregularities with people with a vested interest in disrupting truth-in-voting as follows:
Are you being used by your party to manipulate the 2012 election to disenfranchise the true vote count and insert extra ballots illegally?
The Democrat House of Cards is getting ready to have its anchor card removed--stolen elections.
And that's just too bad.
United Nations Human Rights Council lately has included nations like these: China, Nigeria, Madagascar, Algeria, Egypt, Malaysia, Libya, Kenya, Qatar, Jordan, Indonesia, Pakistan, Malaysia, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Burkina Faso, Saudi Arabia, and Iran.
Countries have sought membership of the Commission not to strengthen human rights but to protect themselves against criticism or to criticize others.
Jul 6, 2012 Syria is Running for Seat on UN Human Rights Council and May Win.
Odd that the nations in the council have the worst records on human rights and very little personal freedom isn't it ?
Women and children in some of these countries have no rights at all.
We have decided the United Nations should monitor our election in the United States in 2012. Although their human rights records are horrible and continue to be horrible today, I am sure they will do all they can to insure we have an honest election.
* African States: Cameroon, Djibouti, Mauritius, Nigeria and Senegal.
* Asian States: Bangladesh, China, Jordan, Kyrgystan and Saudi Arabia.
* Eastern European States: Hungary and the Russian Federation.
* Latin American & Caribbean States: Cuba, Mexico and Uruguay.
* Western European & Other States: United States, Belgium, Norway and Turkey.
Senate to vote on U.N. Treaty: Rights of Persons with Disabilities
Glenn has been trying to take a break and recharge from politics because of how trying he believe the next four years are going to be. But today he had to get back in the game.
Glenn explained to his radio audience this morning that tomorrow the Senate will vote on the U.N.s Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD).
I urge you to call the Senate and beg them to vote against this, Glenn emphasized. Later adding, This will impact every parent and every every parent of a disabled child and every disabled person in America. Let alone the world. It is already passed the Senate committee. It is about to go to the floor of the Senate and it must be stopped.
Only 34 senators are needed to block the treaty that in Article 18, Section 2 states that all children with disabilities shall be registered immediately after birth.
Senate to vote on U.N. Treaty: Rights of Persons with Disabilities Glenn Beck
Disability Treaty Motion to Proceed - Vote Agreed to (61-36, 3 Not Voting)
The Senate agreed to proceed to consideration of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, a United Nations treaty meant to outline the rights of disabled individuals and create a framework for implementing plans to protect those rights. The treaty contains language outlining the general obligations of signatory nations vis a vis their disabled citizens as well as sections on issues ranging from independent living to human dignity. There is currently an agreement in place to vote on ratification of the treaty on Tuesday, December 4.
Former GOP presidential candidate and former Sen. Rick Santorum (R-PA) (L) speaks about his opposition to the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities during a news conference with his wife Karen Santorum as she holds their daughter, Isabella, at the Dirksen Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill November 26. (Photo: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)
The UN isn't happy unless it has a "treaty" giving it some say in something. Guns, disabled people, taxes, education, Internet. Welcome to the New World Order, brought to you by the United Nations, the One World Government.
Senate rejects United Nations treaty for disabled rights in a 61-38 vote
By Ramsey Cox and Julian Pecquet
A United Nations treaty to ban discrimination against people with disabilities went down to defeat in the Senate on Tuesday in a 61-38 vote.
The treaty, backed by President Obama and former Senate Majority Leader Bob Dole (R-Kan.), fell five votes short of the two-thirds majority needed for confirmation as dozens of Senate Republicans objected that it would create new abortion rights and impede the ability of people to homeschool disabled children.
Senate rejects United Nations treaty for disabled rights in a 61-38 vote - The Hill's Global Affairs
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