Why do you support the President on this, Eric? I'm curious as to the thought process.
I don't think we should recognize or support any non-Article III judicial body.
1. The ICC would not be bound by the principles of our Constitution and Bill of Rights. 2. The ICC would hold unchecked power over US citizens, both here and abroad. 3. The ICC claims jurisdiction over every human being on the planet, without exception, and without recognition of our most basic human right: the right to self governance.
I support the Administration's efforts to procure extradition exemptions from every nation in the world and the suspension of economic aid to nations who refuse to honor our soveriegnty.
I'd like to see Kissinger (and a handful of others) rot in a prison cell as much as the next person -- but not this way. There's so much we can do, within the framework of our own Constitution, to hold our leaders accountable for their actions. The last thing we need to do is hand our soveriegnty over to a foreign Judiciary.
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