The U.S. Senate responded decisively today to Secretary of State John Kerryâ€™s recent signature on the U.N. Arms Trade Treaty (ATT).
In a bipartisan letter led by Senators Jerry Moran (Râ€“KS) and Joe Manchin (Dâ€“WV), half of the Senate has officially pledged to oppose the ratification of the ATT.
The signatories include every Republican Senator except Mark Kirk (Râ€“IL) and five Democratic Senators. The letter, with its 50 signatories, ends any prospect in the foreseeable future of Senate ratification of the ATT.
Sadly, that still leaves half of the U.S. senators willing to sell-out our country and Bill of Rights to the third-world contingent calling itself the U.N. BTW, Canada refused to even sign the treaty, unlike Obama and Kerry.
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