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.<quoted text>
The purpose of the treaty is not to alter what is being done in the US but rather get other countries on board with what we do.
We have a legal principle that says no treaty can override the Constitution or U.S. laws.
Carol, you are being duped by those using these UN treaties, whether this one or the arms one, to fire up the uninformed right.
Before you run screaming through the streets, read up on treaties & our laws. From reliable sources not your Beckian sources that you usually read.
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.