If Barak Hussein Obama has his way, each and every American will begin paying more than $2,500 per person to reduce global poverty.
In a plan sponsored by Sen. Barak Hussein Obama (who is also the Democrat party nominee) the next President of the United States would be committed to spending more than $845 billion dollars over the next 10 years to raise the global standard of living.
The text of the proposal demands that the next President of the United States "develop and implement a policy to cut extreme global poverty in half by 2015 through direct aid, trade, debt relief and other programs."
When questioned about the bill, Obama's Senate Office noted the support for the bill offered by the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, also controlled by Democrats.
Obama said "It must be a priority of American foreign policy to commit to eliminating extreme poverty and ensuring every child has food, shelter, and clean drinking water. As we strive to rebuild America's standing in the world, this important bill will demonstrate our promise and commitment to those in the developing world.
Question: If we're spending $845,000,000,000 fighting global poverty (a "war" of which we haven't won at home in America, despite more than $8 Trillion dollars in debt doing so) then where is the money coming from to rebuild America?
Included in S. 2433 sponsored by Obama are inclusions to submit the United States of America to the Kyoto Protocol, and the United Nations Millenium Development Goal, which contains a variety of treaties and protocols advocated by the Useless Nations which would submit America to the will of the U.N.
In addition to seeking to reduce global poverty by taxing American's, the bill would also commit nations (including the United States) to banning small arms and light weapons (so much for Obama's support for the second amendment!) and ratifying treaties such as the International Criminal Court Treaty, which would be able to prosecute American Soldiers for "war crimes", the Kyoto Protocol which would kill the United States Economy, and the Convention on the Rights of the Child, which would "enable" children as young as eight years old to decide whether or not they want to have sex.
In addition to seeking to eradicate poverty, that declaration commits nations to banning 'small arms and light weapons' and ratifying a series of treaties, including the International Criminal Court Treaty, the Kyoto Protocol (global warming treaty), the Convention on Biological Diversity, the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women, and the Convention on the Rights of the Child," he wrote.
Don't believe us? Glen Beck of CNN exposes it all in the following clip.