Monday, July 18, 2011

Chris Cox On Arms Trade Treaty

Chris Cox, Director of the NRA-ILA, was interviewed by Ginny Simone of NRA News on the UN's Arms Trade Treaty. One very important point that he made was that a treaty doesn't go away at the end of a session of Congress if it isn't ratified. It stays out there forever and a succeeding Senate could ratify it years after it was first submitted. That is what makes the Arms Trade Treaty so dangerous to our gun rights and freedoms.

1 comment:

  1. So the only way to make sure the U.S. can never sign the treaty is to give the UN the boot? If there was ever a reason, this is it. They might as well be saying Hitler, Stalin, Mao, et al, were right, and it's time to initiate a genocide of all innocents.