There Can be NO Renegotiation of the Paris Wealth-Distribution Treaty

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by: the Common Constitutionalist

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President Trump has officially pulled us out of the Paris Wealth-Distribution Treaty. Hooray for the President!

Yesterday, as many have heard, Trump said: “In order to fulfill my solemn duty to protect America and its citizens, the United States will withdraw from the Paris Climate Accord…”

Well that’s terrific, or at least it would have been if he had ended there and simply said “thank you and have a nice day.” But he didn’t. His campaign promise was to pull out completely and leave it at that.

Yet he kind of left the door open by next saying: “…but begin negotiations to reenter either the Paris Accord or really an entirely new transaction, on terms that are fair to the United States, its businesses, its workers, its people, its taxpayers…”

Well, kudos to the President for mentioning “its taxpayers.” When have we heard a President mention the people who fit the bill when discussing international affairs? I certainly don’t recall a time.

But why not just slam the door closed on this scam? Why leave the door open even a crack? Trump has exclaimed many times that he doesn’t believe in man-caused global warming. If this is indeed the case, what is there to “negotiate?”

What would negotiations look like? Where would you even begin?

This situation is really no different from negotiating a peace between Israel and the Fattah/Hamas controlled Palestinians.

Negotiations require finding some sort of common ground or interest to build upon. When one party wishes only to kill the other and drive them into the sea, you’re not likely to happen upon any common interest.

The same goes for the worldwide hoax of man-caused global warming. One side says they are absolute believers and the other (us) says it’s a Yuge scam. It’s tough to get beyond that.

Some say and have been saying for months that we have to trust Trump. He’s not a politician – he’s a business man. He’s knows what he is doing. He may very well, but it still leaves me feeling a bit uneasy – like it’s a temporary victory with the epilogue, “to be continued.” This almost seems like a season ending cliff-hanger, leaving us wondering, until next season, whether we really did win.

Why do we conservative always seem to have to wait for next season to find out if our victory is real and complete, instead of having to take heart in the old – well, it’s better than nothing, or, it’s a start anyway.

I can only speak for myself, but I know I can’t be the only one who really does want to support President Trump. But I want to support the man who stood up on all those stages during the campaign and made declarative statements to America. Unapologetic, unambiguous declarations of repealing ObamaCare, cutting taxes, slashing regulations, building the wall, deporting illegals and yes, ending the Paris Climate deal.

He was elected because he was unambiguous and bold. His supporters understand that some of that list is dependant on spineless legislators Trump has to deal with, which is why he has not lost support.

But this Paris deal is all him. This is what Presidents do, and he was not elected to end this Paris wealth distribution scheme, only to go back and possible take another bite from the poison apple.

End this thing as you did Mr. President – drop the mic and walk away. There is no negotiating with this cabal of socialist redistributive warming nuts, whose sole design is for America to underwrite their idiocy.

About the Common Constitutionalist

Brent, aka The Common Constitutionalist, is a Constitutional Conservative, and advocates for first principles, founders original intent and enemy of progressives. He is former Navy, Martial Arts expert. As well as publisher of the Common Constitutionalist blog, he also is a contributing writer for Political Outcast, Godfather Politics, Minute Men News (Liberty Alliance), Freedom Outpost, the Daily Caller, Vision To America and Free Republic. He also writes an exclusive weekly column for World Net Daily (WND).

One comment on “There Can be NO Renegotiation of the Paris Wealth-Distribution Treaty

  1. It’s going to take one to three years [as I’ve seen it explained] for us?US to completely get out of it…I’m for the one year approach myself. Sooner is waaaay better.

    But leaving open a door to a renegotiation is a good thing. These people will continue to “do” stuff then get it rubber stamped by the UN or at least turn more of “them” against US.

    Meanwhile, humans cannot change the climate. We may or may not even be having an impact on the climate though unarguably we ARE making the environment more toxic for more species, particularly in “certain” places–like China and India…ahem. THAT needs to be renegotiated–the commitment of the polluters to cleaning up their toxic mess. With actual science [not a cult religion hiding a socialist wealth redistribution scam], that needs to be the focus as we keep our eye on the miscreants and cronyists involved in all this.

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