Sen. Sessions: The straight scoop on Obamatrade

If, like many of us, you have questions about the complexities of the fast-tracking of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership and its multifaceted related appendages —-  and want clarification regarding the authority transferred from Congress to the Executive and, ultimately, to international bureaucrats via this bill, it is logically  explained here.

Sen. Jeff Sessions is a man of integrity. The U.S. Senator from Alabama possesses a legal background few can match. He began his career as an Assistant U S. Attorney for the Southern District of Alabama. Later, he was nominated by President Reagan to serve as the U.S. Attorney for Alabama’s Southern District, a position he held for 12 years. Sessions was then elected Alabama Attorney General, serving as the state’s chief legal officer until he entered the U.S. Senate in 1997. In 2014, the people of Alabama, who obviously appreciate their senator, overwhelmingly voted to return Sessions to the Senate for a fourth term, with more than 97 percent of all votes cast.

Sen. Sessions does a masterful job explaining what Obamatrade actually is. Read Critical Alert: Fast-track would pre-approve formation of sweeping transnational union.


8 Responses to Sen. Sessions: The straight scoop on Obamatrade

  1. SmallGovt says:

    Sessions is the only one in the Senate who does this. I believe he also was just reelected running unopposed.

  2. MacBeth says:

    The fact that Obama made an unusual trip to congress this morning to beg for votes for this global trade bill among his own democrats to keep from being embarrassed, reveals a lot. Those in his own party sees this as the job killer and the ceding of US authority it is, while dupes like Republican Paul Ryan regard it as manna from heaven,. When I think that the relatively unknown Paul Ryan could have been a heartbeat away from the presidency if Mitt Romney had been elected, it makes my blood run cold. Joe Biden is a certified moron, but the scheming Ryan is dangerous. Too many of us bought into the mathematical wizard crap that was swirling around him at the time. It shows how these crucial elections are no afferent that buying a pig in a poke,

  3. State Delegate says:

    What should be strange bedfellows, the Team of Nancy Pelosi and John Boehner have been scheming behind the scenes on this POS monstrosity. What does that tell you? I wonder if they had the slippery Matt Salmon giving them both backrubs during their discussions.

    Breitbart had Salmon listed as a “Courageous Conservative” wounding Obama” in what was described as a purely procedural vote.

    Reporter Matthew Boyle obviously missed this:

  4. Hometown Guy says:

    I just read Obama’s liberal lapdog Nancy Pelois is ditching him on his “trade” bill. What it actually does is “trade’ American sovereignty for global policies that will undercut us at every turn, plus implementing Obama’s two pet projects of open borders and global warming. Both will be destructive to the U.S.

  5. Conservative Since Birth says:

    This makes it more clear:

    House votes against key Obama trade legislation
    President Obama fails to convince Democrats to back a key provision of his trade agenda, losing a key test vote in the House. A vote on a second provision of Obama’s trade legislation is proceeding. (Fox News)

  6. Conservative Since Birth says:

    Final post:
    House hands Obama stunning defeat of trade agenda
    House votes to kill President Obama’s trade agenda — then shows support for the legislation’s fast-track provision by passing it in a strictly symbolic vote. (Fox News)

    He’s been done-in by his own party. Pelosi is the winner.

  7. Kimball says:

    Matt Salmon is a player. He desperately wants to succeed McCain, though he would never run against him and risk being the topic of the blistering TV ads the unprincipled McCain would be sure to use. He’s biding his time. So are a raft of others, no doubt including David Schweikert, Bill Montgomery and Sheila Polk.