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No more meddling international bureaucrats

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"Under Article 6 Section 2 of the Constitution, treaties that receive the advice and consent of the Senate will become the 'supreme law of the land.' The writers of the Constitution clearly believed that all treaties presented to the Senate should undergo the most thorough scrutiny before being agreed upon. ... We request that no treaties be brought to the Senate floor during a lame-duck period...

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