Other countries don't have these laws & would have to enact them.<quoted text>
There must be some reason why other countries oppose certain parts of it and 9000 parents of disabled children in the U.S. are against it.
Might be the part implying bureaucrats will decide "what's in the best interest of the child" under the new law.
Again, once we open the door to the UN making laws that already exist in our own country and in other countries - no matter how innocent it seems on the surface - we risk opening the door even wider to forfeiting sovreignty.
Tell me one thing the UN has done that makes them a credible entity.
When it comes to the UN, think of wolves in sheep's clothing.
9000 duped parents - just like you were. They believed the right whiners hype.
Again, treaties do not over ride the Constitution nor our laws. So please, Carol, cut the sovereignty baloney.
We can have treaties between countries without losing a drop of our sovereignty.