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Sunday, August 11, 2013

Letter to our Senator Bill Nelson


Senator Nelson,

      I cannot express strongly enough my displeasure at your recent vote on the United Nations Arms Treaty. A vote in the affirmative voting FOR this treaty is a direct contravention of our Constitution.
     When you took your oath of office, you swore to uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States did you not? Why are you CONTIUNTALLY voting to erode it's powers? Again I am disappointed in your performance. Under your watch I've seen our nation lose international status, economic power, moral assurance, and a confused foreign policy. These are all resultant in part by your actions or inaction. EVERY time you vote for or against a treaty, bill or resolution, you need to ask yourself, is this in accordance with the Constitution? If it is not in ANY part, it should be voted against. I understand there is always compromise in politics, however, if you are not already, you should be a Constitutional scholar. Determine and argue based on the legality of a bill or treaty. If this treaty surrenders any US sovereignty it should be voted against and refused. SECSTATE John Kerry is very excited at the prospect of disarming Americans. You need to ask yourself, why. Why is POTUS after the same thing? Why are YOU voting to disarm Americans, and surrender sovereignty? What is your motive? Is it Constitutional? I can assure you it is not. I AM a Constitutional scholar, and your actions are in direct opposition to the founders intentions.

     I am constantly disappointed in your actions. You vote in lockstep with the Democrat party. I understand you think you are voting for your constituency....in the best interest of our nation. Look at things in this light...if you allow your child to wander into traffic with no admonition against it, nor consequences afterwards does that make you a good parent? I daresay no. You were a elected lone of two leaders of Florida, with the understanding that you would be privy to information that the average citizen on the street wouldn't know. If you know of an impending attack at Port Canaveral would you vote to remove security from it? The answer is no. If you know of an impending attack on our nation would you disarm our citizens? That is what you are doing. I believe that your tenure in office started well. But as you have remained, your vision has become clouded. You've lost sight of what is right and good and important to America. Correct your actions or leave office, or you will be voted out.


Sincerely,

Kenneth A. Jenkins USAF Ret.