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Thursday, October 11, 2007

Learn about L.O.S.T.

The World Dictatorship Treaty:
Does that get your attention?
Many senators in the dark

Wes Vernon
October 8, 2007

Only three Republican members of the Senate Armed Services Committee knew what the Law of the Sea Treaty (LOST) is, according to a recent survey. Only 3 out of the 12 GOP committee members.

There was no known survey of Democrat members.That reinforces this column's point last week ("What's the rush?" — Oct. 1, 2007) that there are 10 other Senate committees besides Foreign Relations (dominated by the bipartisan internationalist Biden-Lugar cabal) that need to hold open and (hopefully) well-publicized hearings of LOST to inform senators.

LOST has very serious military, security, indeed survival consequences for every man, woman, and child in America. And if so few on a key military-oriented Senate committee understand this threat to America, you can bet that an even smaller percentage of the public at large is aware of it.

In the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, the Biden-Lugar axis has no problem with it. In a previous Congress, Chairman Richard Lugar (R-Ind.) tried to railroad the treaty through in the dark of night. In this Congress, Chairman Joseph Biden (D-Del.) is doing likewise.

The Bush administration and the Clinton administration before it have strongly supported LOST. The leading force behind the LOST campaign in the current administration is Vice President Cheney. Fortified with this gigantic high-powered metaphoric mowing machine, the idea is to make it a done deal (the administration hopes by the end of this month) before the grassroots folks know what's going on.

The remainder of this important article can be read at the link above.

I would like to thank my friends Cassy and Norm for all the hard work they have been putting in to getting the word out about the L.O.S.T. Treaty. I know that I haven't been up to speed on this subject and the more I read, the more I see that everyone should get as much information on this topic as possible.

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