PRINCIPLES OF NATURAL LAW: The Constitution Cannot Be Amended By Treaty Or Presidential Decree


I understand that many are worried President Obama (and the Senate) will ratify treaties that will effectively amend the U.S. Constitution; and that Obama may do the same through Executive orders.  However, neither is possible.  True, the government may act as though both are possible, and the courts may even support this subversion, but that does not change the fact that the U.S. Constitution cannot be amended in this manner.  But to understand why this is true, we need to understand the relationship between the Natural Right to Contract and the Social Contract, as well as why we stress that form and function are what define a thing or idea.  If we understand these three things, we will understand why the President cannot amend the Constitution by treaty or decree, and why any government official who acts as though he can is guilty of subversion and should…

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