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    Stop Ratification of UN Treaty -- Possible This Week

    Stop Ratification of UN Treaty -- Possible This Week!

    November 27, 2012

    Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid announced that he plans to bring the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) to the Senate floor sometime this week. The CRPD is another American sovereignty-threatening treaty, which President Obama signed on July 30, 2009, but has not yet been ratified by the Senate and for good reason!

    We need you to tell your friends and neighbors about this new UN attempted power grab, and we need everyone to call and email your Senators, and urge them to vote against the CRPD treaty.

    The American public cannot afford for this treaty to pass and allow the United Nations to implement more regulation that will have devastating effects on every American "person, organization, or private enterprise." Worse yet, people with disabilities deserve better! Addressing disabilities issues through an international bureaucracy undermines our ability to empower families and communities to serve disabled people’s needs.

    The CRPD Treaty would expand the already growing powers of the UN in the United States, undermining our national sovereignty. These new regulations are so complex that every American citizen will be impacted by the far-reaching consequences.

    The CRPD Treaty will:

    Exceed the bounds of the Americans with Disabilities Act and eliminate any remaining state sovereignty on the issue of disability law.
    Demand that all American law on this subject conform to UN standards.
    Force “every person, organization, or private enterprise” to eliminate discrimination on the basis of disability. This imposes impossible burdens and expenses onto private citizens, as they can be held in violation of the treaty if their private property is not fully accessible to persons with disabilities, even if they do not know any persons with disabilities.
    Give the UN the power to determine the legitimacy and lawfulness of the United States’ budgets to assess compliance with such treaties.

    Before the Senate left for recess in September, our conservative ally, Utah Senator Mike Lee, obtained signatures from more than 34 of his Senate colleagues asking that no treaties be brought to the Senate floor during the Lame Duck session. The total has now risen to 36 Senators who have signed this letter. Below is the list of Senators who signed the letter. If your Senator(s) signed the letter, please thank them and urge them to stand strong!



    Alabama
    Jeff Sessions
    Richard Shelby

    Arizona
    John Kyl
    (John McCain had signed the
    letter but withdrew his name)

    Arkansas
    John Boozman

    Florida
    Marco Rubio

    Georgia
    Johnny Isakson

    Idaho
    Jim Risch
    Mike Crapo

    Indiana
    Dan Coats

    Iowa
    Chuck Grassley

    Kansas
    Pat Roberts

    Kentucky
    Rand Paul

    Louisiana
    David Vitter

    Massachusetts
    Scott Brown

    Mississippi
    Thad Cochran
    Roger Wicker

    Missouri
    Roy Blunt


    Nebraska
    Mike Johanns

    Nevada
    Dean Heller

    North Carolina
    Richard Burr

    North Dakota
    John Hoeven

    Ohio
    Rob Portman

    Oklahoma
    Jim Inhofe
    Tom Coburn

    Pennsylvania
    Pat Toomey

    South Carolina
    Jim DeMint
    Lindsey Graham

    South Dakota
    John Thune

    Tennessee
    Lamar Alexander
    Bob Corker

    Texas
    John Cornyn
    Kay Bailey Hutchison

    Utah
    Orrin Hatch
    Mike Lee

    Wisconsin
    Ron Johnson

    Wyoming
    Mike Enzi

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