Ohio Senator Rob Portman is on Romney’s VP list. This would be a bad pick because he’s a Transnationalist UN hack. He introduced to the Senate the Global Conservation Act of 2012. The goals of the cat are very similar to Agenda 21.
Portman had no qualms about putting a bill in the hopper that promises to saddle our country with another massive federal bureaucracy: The Global Conservation Act of 2012.
In General- Not later than 2 years after the date of the enactment of this Act, the President, acting through the Interagency Working group.
Group on Global Conservation designated pursuant to section 202(a), shall establish and submit to the appropriate congressional committees a comprehensive strategy (hereafter referred to as the `International Conservation Strategy’) to strengthen the capacity of the United States to collaborate with other countries, international organizations, the private sector, and private voluntary organizations on a sustained international effort to conserve natural resources and enhance biodiversity in a manner beneficial to the economic well-being and security of the United States and other participating countries.
And its goals?
(1) advancing conservation in the world’s most ecologically and economically important terrestrial and marine ecosystems;
(2) protecting distinct hotspot regions that provide a high level of economic benefit to human communities as well as a high concentration of genetic and other natural resources;
(3) helping developing countries address illegal, unreported, and unregulated industrial fishing where economies are negatively impacted by depleted fish stocks;
(4) safeguarding natural areas that provide fresh water to developing countries;
(5) protecting forests and advancing enforcement efforts against illegal logging in centers of the illegal logging trade;
(6) advancing enforcement efforts against poaching and unlawful wildlife trafficking operations;
(7) facilitating and leveraging the economic and conservation benefits that derive from properly managed international hunting, angling, and wildlife observation tourism;
(8) stabilizing or reversing renewable natural resource scarcity and degradation trends in regions that are vulnerable to conflict, instability, or mass migration from natural resource depletion;
(9) expanding substantially the amount of economically and ecologically significant forest in developing countries; and
(10) reducing the rate of erosion and desertification in developing countries where soil loss is resulting in severe impacts to the economy, food security, or stability.
You may recognize that many of these goals closely parallel those of the UN’s Agenda 21, which would drag the our country into a massive network of global environmental regulations.
Instead of complaining about this, I ask everyone reading this to contact the Romney campaign. Let the Romney Campaign know, that Rob Portman is unacceptable to Conservatives/Libertarians.