Obama's Reversal on 'Indigenous Peoples' Rights Stirs Concern Over Legal Claims
By Judson Berger
"It's a kind of feel-good document that has so many unclear phrases in it that nobody's really sure what it means when you agree to it," Bolton told FoxNews.com. "It's wrong and potentially dangerous to sign onto a document that you don't fully understand the implications of."
"Hopefully most judges will say it's not binding," he said. "But there are enough judges who couldn't care less about strictly applying the law."
More carping conservatives:
Carl Horowitz, a project manager with the National Legal and Policy Center who follows discrimination cases against the federal government, used the r-word--reparations--to describe those implications.
"It reflects a global egalitarianism," he said. "It's a shakedown."
I expect Limbaugh, Beck, et al. to latch onto this issue eventually. I imagine they haven't yet because they haven't heard about the declaration yet.
For more on the subject, see UN Declaration "Could Wreak Havoc" and UN Declaration = Status Quo.