With CAFTA we loose control of our immigration laws.

Tom Tancredo comments on the CAFTA agreement.

If CAFTA were really just about trade, the agreement would be little more than a few pages long, declaring that tariff treatment for U.S. and Central American goods will be on a reciprocal basis. But it isn’t. In reality, CAFTA is about expanding a growing body of international law that supersedes our own.

If CAFTA is approved, Congress’ “exclusive” authority to regulate immigration policy will be subjugated to the whim of international tribunals and trade panels —- in much the same way that Congress’ once supreme constitutional authority to “regulate commerce with foreign nations,” has already been largely ceded to the WTO.

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