VAN SUSTEREN: What -- I mean -- I mean, obviously, what -- I mean, this is a very delicate time for the candidates. Don't the candidates -- I mean, doesn't President Obama sort of just want to, you know, try to make things improve and not do anything that is particularly bold between now and the election, sort of upset the applecart?
MORRIS: Yes. That's right, but what I'm doing is looking past that. Just as he waited with the START treaty, which was a giveaway to Russia, until after election day in 2010, there are a whole series of these treaties. One is backdoor gun control. Another creates a legal right to welfare for children, internationally enforceable.
All of these treaties are piling up. He's been negotiating them. And I believe they're going to be pushing them through the lame duck Democratic Senate after the election.
VAN SUSTEREN: That's after the election. After the election.
MORRIS: And that's why I wrote "Screwed," and we moved the pub date up because the first of these treaties, the Law of the Sea treaty, is coming up for ratification in June. And once they get ratified, they can't be unratified. They take the supremacy clause of the Constitution. They become -- have the force of a constitutional amendment.
VAN SUSTEREN: And I got to go, Dick. I got to leave. Thank you very much.
MORRIS: Thank you.