MOORE: Second point -- they argue somehow this will be counter to the security and national military interests of the United States of America. Extraordinary since we won absolutely everything that the chiefs sought. They were a very important part of the effort. I traveled around the world with a representative of the Joint Chiefs and DOD in all of the negotiations. We won everything that the chiefs wanted. And you might note that the strongest proponents of this treaty from day one have been the United States military. So a group of non-law of the sea experts, non-international law experts, who do not know the issues, believe that somehow they know better than the chiefs of the United States who have signed a letter that I have in the back of the room called a rare 24-star letter. It's not just from the chairman of the chiefs. Every single one of the chiefs signed it and sent it to the Senate saying this is what we need.