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I am aware that according to Paragraph 2 of Article VI of the Constitution, "This Constitution and the laws of the United States which shall be made in pursuance thereof; and all treaties made, or which shall be made, under the authority of the United States, shall be the supreme law of the land...." Does this mean, a treaty, or any other international agreement amends the Constitution? If this is what it means, it allows the President in concert with 2/3 of the Senate members present and voting (does not even require 2/3 of the full Senate) to run the states, the people, and our constitutional amendment process that is spelled out by Articles V of the Constitution. I am told we have had a treaty made law with only eight Senators voting for it.

The Supreme Court has ruled on several occasions that when the Constitution is in conflict with a lawfully entered treaty, the treaty is superior. How many of the men and women that presently masquerade as judges and representatives of the people really believe our founding fathers had that in mind when they wrote the Constitution.

Just how many of the citizens of Florida, Idaho, New York, Texas, or, for that matter, citizens of this United States do you think, know and understand what is happening to their God-
given rights? What do you think the people will do when they find out they were sold out
by the judges and their elected representatives for thirty pieces of silver?

Dick Gentile, a resident of Florida is a life-long student of American history, government and the Constitution.

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