WS>>Does NAFTA Override The U.S. Constitution?

carl william spitzer iv cwsiv_2nd at JUNO.COM
Sun Apr 4 23:10:36 MDT 2004

More like as long as those who profit by lawlessness control the media
most will remain blindly ignorant.

It is by deceit that such treason persists rather than ending in a public


On Wed, 31 Mar 2004 17:16:28 +0000 Ray Thomas <raythomas101 at HOTMAIL.COM>
>If it's writtEn that way, it's illegal. The Constitution is The Law of
>Land. NOTHING can "override " it and be legal. Any changre requires a
>specific routine and 2/3 of the state's approval. I know it has been
>in the past, but the laws made that way are constitutional violations
>are enforceable only so long as people are willing to ignore the
>>From: carl william spitzer iv <cwsiv_2nd at JUNO.COM>
>>Reply-To: Open discussion of current events
>>Subject: WS>>Does NAFTA Override The U.S. Constitution?
>>Date: Tue, 30 Mar 2004 18:35:10 PST
>>               by Phyllis Schlafly
>>           The constitutional issues involved in NAFTA (the  North
>>      American  Free Trade Agreement), passed a decade  ago,  have
>>      just  ascended the ladder to the U.S. Supreme  Court.  Argu-
>>      ments  will  be heard this spring on  whether  the  non-U.S.
>>      tribunals  created  by NAFTA can require our  government  to

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