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Tue Feb 12, 2013, 08:40 AM

Lawmakers propose criminalizing United Nations election monitoring in Tennessee

Any representative of the United Nations would lose official status upon entering Tennessee and, if monitoring an election, would commit a crime, under two bills introduced by freshman state Rep. James "Micah" Van Huss.

"I feel, as a lot of my constituents do, that the United Nations continues to put forth agendas that would infringe on our personal liberties; that's not the freedom that I fought for, and not the freedom that my buddies gave their lives for," Van Huss, R-Jonesborough, told the Kingsport Times-News in an email.

Van Huss promised to push legislation protecting Tennesseans from the UN during a campaign speech to a tea party gathering last fall, citing United Nations Agenda 21, after he had defeated former Rep. Dale Ford of Jonesborough in the August Republican primary. Agenda 21 is a set of principles for sustainable development and environmental protection adopted by a UN conference in 1992.

The Legislature last year approved a resolution denouncing the "destructive and insidious nature of United Nations Agenda 21." Gov. Bill Haslam refused to sign it ...

http://www.knoxnews.com/news/2013/feb/12/lawmakers-propose-criminalizing-un-election-in/

Who says that republican legislators don't deal with real issues affecting people and spend all their time spreading fear and an 'us vs. them' mentality.

This guy has taken a strong stand to protect Tennesseans from the tyrannical UN with its election monitors and Agenda 21. Tennessee must be a real paradise if there are no more pressing problems there than the threat of One World Government from the UN.

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