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Government Gone Wild

There have been warnings for over a decade that Americans may become targets under laws for terrorists.

I believe this may be a dramatization of things possible to come.

The Senate is about to move on a law (either today as it would already be done) or sometime this week that would include American citizens to be arrested by the military for “suspected” terrorism.

Might I add that these arrests would occur without a warrant/charge and no trial.

Under the ‘worldwide indefinite detention without charge or trial’ provision of S.1867, the National Defense Authorization Act bill, which is set to be up for a vote on the Senate floor this week, the legislation will “basically say in law for the first time that the homeland is part of the battlefield,” said Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), who supports the bill.

This bill was secretly drafted by Senators Carl Levin D and John McCain R  and then be passed behind  closed door committee hearing without any input on it.   The language appears in sections 1031 and 1032 of the NDAA bill.

These 3 senators need to GO!  At least McCain is retiring next term, but the other 2 need to be thrown out of the Senate.  We don’t need whack jobs like these in the Senate.   These 3 have done enough damage already.

Are those 3 senators above made in China?  How many more of these goons are there to be ousted for their unconstitutional ideas and implementations?

“I would also point out that these provisions raise serious questions as to who we are as a society and what our Constitution seeks to protect,” Colorado Senator Mark Udall said in a speech last week One section of these provisions, section 1031, would be interpreted as allowing the military to capture and indefinitely detain American citizens on U.S. soil. Section 1031 essentially repeals the Posse Comitatus Act of 1878 by authorizing the U.S. military to perform law enforcement functions on American soil

This gives the military free reign to arrest people in the US if the military thinks it is necessary, it breaks precedent over the history of the US that the military does not do law enforcement. When the military arrests you they have to afford you the same rights as any citizen under the Constitution. You do have to prove you are a citizen. You will also have to deal with the military judicial system,  military rules and military practices of incarceration and questioning. You will also have to deal with where the military may incarcerate you.

“Let me make this perfectly clear.  Go to jail, you have no get out of jail card.  No you don’t get a lawyer, no you are not innocent until I say so.  Trial?  What is that?  Let me get one of my drone’s out for your pleasure. You’ll never know what hit ya.”

Being part of Homeland Insecurity I have some grave doubts about the kinds of things that could occur.  There is no reason to detain a 90 year old woman dying from cancer to examine her diapers as there is no reason to “grope” a 6 year old girl. The mother of that child who refused the groping ended up in jail.  Where have our rights gone?

Is Janet instructing her Homeland Insecurity goons on how to grope people?  I hope to never be in her clutches with that lecherous face.  UGH!!

Has the government gone wild or is there paranoia going on here?  Maybe the Gunny can be more helpful with this in explaining to us what all of this means as Gunny has information that many of us do not.  But, it is worrying me.

We all realize the government is now reading our email, reading our blogs, they can see through our houses with their newest electronic devices.  They have GPS on each of our houses.  How much more can the government do to us to keep watch over its’ own citizens rather than find a better way to find terrorists, not innocent Americans.  I’m for using the Israeli method of behavioral profiling.  It seems much more effective and does not take away our rights to privacy as citizens.

Who Me?  Worried? How many rights do I have left? How many are gone? Am I still living in the country I was born in, the United States of America? Or am I dreaming I’m in the USSR under Stalin?  Help!!

Meanwhile on the economy there were record sales on Black Friday. As reported by Judge Napolitano tonight this incident happened to a grand father trying to buy a toy for his grand son in a Walmart in Phoenix, AZ.

Judge Napolitano on Fox Business Channel at 8pm has been reporting police bruatality issues every night.  Some police have become lawless.  I blame this as coming from the head of the snake at the head of the law of this land.  Not all cops are engaging in this kind of behavior but the stories are becoming numerous and alarming.

In the above story the police say he was shoplifting and sustained the injuries because he resisted arrest and became aggressive after being found with a video game down his pants.

But Mr Newman’s tearful eight-year-old grandson, Nick, has spoken out to defend his grandfather to ABC News, saying: ‘I only got one game and people were trying to take it away from me and put it under his shirt so no one would take it. ‘Never go there on Black Friday, because if you go, you will get hurt,’ the boy said about his local Wal-Mart.

On The Five tonight at 5pm, this situation was discussed and Dana Perino stated that she twittered she did not know what could make her go to one of these black Friday sales.  She received over 700 tweets by parents who told her she does not have financial worries so she doesn’t have to fight to buy something for Christmas for her children. Dana stated this after Bob Beckel claimed all these shoppers were out due to the “Obama recovery”.   Yeah, right Beckel!  These people are hurting for money more than ever and went to these knock down drag out sales so they could get toys for their kids for Christmas. It would not be my way of making sure my grand children got presents but for some people it is. Who am I to judge them?

SOPA – which  stands for the Stop Online Piracy Act, this past weekend the government seized over 100 domain names that it deems are places where piracy occurs.  Is this dangerous?  Should the government have this kind of control?  Will this eventually mean that SOPA can target sites it does not like what they are saying politically?  The bill is written so widely and so openly that one could interpret it for other reasons than protection for Gucci and Pravda knockoffs.  Fears are that sites the government does not like in regard to political speech could become black listed also.  That could mean you and me sometime in the future. I can’t say I personally have much trust in anyone in DC anymore. I don’t see these people looking out for our interests but only for their own demented or financial reasons.

This is one place for which I don’t want our plentiful duct tape used.  The Hawk uses it for everything as do I, but never over our mouths to shut down free speech, even within our marital bliss debates (or they could be called arguments).  What right has the government to do this?

References:  http://www.infowars.com/senate-moves-to-allow-military-to-intern-americans-without-trial

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2066554/Black-Friday-sales-2011-Story-body-slammed-grandfather-Jerald-Newman.html#ixzz1f3xRy5sq

http://articles.businessinsider.com/2011-11-16/tech/30404716_1_sopa-internet-freedom-innovators

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Comments on: "Government Gone Wild" (22)

  1. Gar Swaffar said:

    Why not? The Regime Master already had a military contract hit performed on an American citizen overseas. Although in that case he was an actual terrorist, but nonetheless an American citizen who should have been the first to be offered a trial at home.

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    • Hi Gar,

      I believe that what our Fearless Leader did by killing Alwaki was wrong and he had no authority to do it. Even if he was a terrorist he still was an American citizen and should have been captured and put on trial as any America citizen is granted that right. There are lots of people who disagree with me, but that’s OK. I prefer going by the Constitution completely and that means “all” American citizens have the right to due process. I don’t give a hoot about Alwaki himself but the broader picture is the Liar in Chief has already shown he will shove our rights aside and do what he wants to citizens of this country. I think that is pretty darn scary myself.

      He could decide that you or I are terrorists and do the same thing under what he did. Some people think that is crazy thinking, but when it comes to this fraud how on earth could anyone trust him? He’s a fraud, a usurper and a traitor to this country.

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  2. Mrs. Pepper’awk! Correct me if I’m wrong, but I don’t believe the House has passed this monstrosity. Hopefully they won’t since it cancels out the Posse Comitatice Act.

    HooRah! 😉

    Check Senator Al’s roasting. 😉

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    • Willibeaux,

      I don’t know that answer for sure Boe. i just read about the Senate. If it goes to the House there are too many people in that place that want that kind of power over us. I don’t like it at all.
      “They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.” — Benjamin Franklin,

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      • Transcript of Rand Paul’s address to the Senate against The National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012 – S 1867 crafted in secret by Senators Carl Levin (D-MI) and John McCain (R-AZ) would declare the entire United States of America as a military battlefield, where individuals — American citizens and non-citizens alike — are subject to arrest and indefinite detention by the President without the right to step into a courtroom.

        Transcript of Rand Paul on the Senate floor against this bill: http://paul.senate.gov/?p=press_release&id=390

        James Madison, father of the Constitution, warned, “The means of defense against foreign
        danger historically have become instruments of tyranny at home.”

        Abraham Lincoln had similar thoughts, saying “America will never be destroyed from the outside. If we falter, and lose our freedoms, it will be because we destroyed ourselves.”

        During war there has always been a struggle to preserve Constitutional liberties. During the Civil War the right of habeas corpus was suspended. Newspapers were closed down. Fortunately, these rights were restored after the war.

        The discussion now to suspend certain rights to due process is especially worrisome given that we are engaged in a war that appears to have no end. Rights given up now cannot be expected to be returned. So, we do well to contemplate the diminishment of due process, knowing that the rights we lose now may never be restored.

        My well-intentioned colleagues ignore these admonitions in defending provisions of the
        Defense bill pertaining to detaining suspected terrorists.

        Their legislation would arm the military with the authority to detain indefinitely – without due process or trial – SUSPECTED AL-Qaeda sympathizers, including American citizens apprehended on American soil.

        I want to repeat that. We are talking about people who are merely SUSPECTED of a crime. And we are talking about American citizens.

        If these provisions pass, we could see American citizens being sent to Guantanamo Bay.

        This should be alarming to everyone watching this proceeding today. Because it puts every single American citizen at risk.

        There is one thing and one thing only protecting innocent Americans from being detained at will at the hands of a too-powerful state – our constitution, and the checks we put on government power. Should we err today and remove some of the most important checks on state power in the name of fighting terrorism, well, then the terrorists have won.

        Detaining citizens without a court trial is not American. In fact, this alarming arbitrary power is reminiscent of Egypt’s “permanent” Emergency Law authorizing preventive indefinite detention, a law that provoked ordinary Egyptians to tear their country apart last spring and risk their lives to fight.

        Recently, Justice Scalia affirmed this idea in his dissent in the Hamdi case, saying:

        “Where the Government accuses a citizen of waging war against it, our constitutional tradition has been to prosecute him in federal court for treason or some other crime.”

        He concluded: “The very core of liberty secured by our Anglo-Saxon system of separated powers has been freedom from indefinite imprisonment at the will of the Executive

        Justice Scalia was, as he often does, following the wisdom of our founding fathers.

        As Franklin wisely warned against, we should not attempt to trade liberty for security, if we do we may end up with neither. And really, what security does this indefinite detention of Americans give us?

        The first and flawed premise, both here and in the badly misname patriot act, is that our pre-911 police powers were insufficient to combat international terrorism.

        This is simply not borne out by the facts.

        Congress long ago made it a crime to provide, or to conspire to provide, material assistance to AL-Qaeda or other listed foreign terrorist organizations. Material assistance includes virtually anything of value – including legal or political advice, education, books, newspapers, lodging or otherwise. The Supreme Court sustained the constitutionality of the sweeping prohibition.

        The first and flawed premise, both here and in the badly misname patriot act, is that our pre-911 police powers were insufficient to combat international terrorism.

        This is simply not borne out by the facts.

        Congress long ago made it a crime to provide, or to conspire to provide, material assistance to AL-Qaeda or other listed foreign terrorist organizations. Material assistance includes virtually anything of value – including legal or political advice, education, books, newspapers, lodging or otherwise. The Supreme Court sustained the constitutionality of the sweeping prohibition.

        And this is not simply about catching terrorists after the fact, as others may insinuate. The material assistance law is in fact forward-looking and preventive, not backward-looking and reactive.

        Al-Qaeda adherents may be detained, prosecuted and convicted for conspiring to violate the material assistance prohibition before any injury to an American. Jose Padilla, for instance, was convicted and sentenced to 17 years in prison for conspiring to provide material assistance to AL-Qaeda. The criminal law does not require dead bodies on the sidewalk before it strikes at international terrorism.

        And this is not simply about catching terrorists after the fact, as others may insinuate. The material assistance law is in fact forward-looking and preventive, not backward-looking and reactive.

        Al-Qaeda adherents may be detained, prosecuted and convicted for conspiring to violate the material assistance prohibition before any injury to an American. Jose Padilla, for instance, was convicted and sentenced to 17 years in prison for conspiring to provide material assistance to AL-Qaeda. The criminal law does not require dead bodies on the sidewalk before it strikes at international terrorism.

        Indeed, conspiracy law and prosecutions in civilian courts have been routinely invoked after 9/11, to thwart embryonic international terrorism.

        Michael Chertoff, then head of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division and later Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, testified shortly after 9/11 to the Senate Judiciary Committee. He underscored that, “the history of this government in prosecuting terrorists in domestic courts has been one of unmitigated success and one in which the judges have done a superb job of managing the courtroom and not compromising our concerns about security and our concerns about classified information.”

        Moreover, there is no evidence that criminal justice procedures have frustrated intelligence collection about international terrorism. Suspected terrorists have repeatedly waived both the right to an attorney and the right to silence. Additionally, Miranda warnings are not required at all when the purpose of interrogation is public safety.
        The authors of this bill errant maintain that the bill would not enlarge the universe of detainees eligible for indefinite detention in military custody. This is simply not the case.

        The current Authorization for Use of Military Force confines the universe to persons implicated in the 9/11 attacks or who harbored those who were.

        The detainee provision would expand the universe to include any person said to be “part of” or “substantially” supportive of AL-Qaeda or Taliban.

        These terms are dangerously vague. More than a decade after 9/11, the military has been unable to define the earmarks of membership in or affiliation to either organization.

        Some say that to prevent another 9/11 attack we must fight terrorism with a war mentality and not treat potential attackers as criminals. For combatants captured on the battlefield, I tend to agree.

        But 9/11 didn’t succeed because we granted the terrorists due process. 9/11 attacks did not succeed because AL-Qaeda was so formidable, but because of human error. The Defense Department withheld intelligence from the FBI. No warrants were denied. The warrants weren’t requested. The FBI failed to act on repeated pleas from its field agents, agents who were in possession of laptop with information that might have prevented 9/11.

        These are not failures of laws. They are not failures of procedures. They are failures of imperfect men and women in bloated bureaucracies. No amount of liberty sacrificed on the altar of the state will ever change that.

        A full accounting of our human failures by 9/11 Commission would have proven that enhanced cooperation between law enforcement and the intelligence community, not military action or vandalizing liberty at home, is the key to thwarting international terrorism.

        We should not have to sacrifice our Liberty to be safe. We cannot allow the rules to change to fit the whims of those in power. The rules, the binding chains of our constitution were written so that it didn’t MATTER who was in power. In fact, they were written to protect us and our rights, from those who hold power without good intentions. We are not governed by saints or angels. Our constitution allows for that. This bill does not.

        Finally, the detainee provisions of the defense authorization bill do another grave harm to freedom: they imply perpetual war for the first time in the history of the United States.

        No benchmarks are established that would ever terminate the conflict with AL-Qaeda, Taliban, or other foreign terrorist organizations. In fact, this bill explicitly states that no part of this bill is to imply any restriction on the authorization to use force. No congressional review is allowed or imagined. No victory is defined. No peace is possible if victory is made impossible by definition.

        To disavow the idea that the exclusive congressional power to declare war somehow allows the President to continue war forever at whim, I will also be offering an amendment this week to DE-authorize the Iraq War.

        Use of military force must begin in congress with its authorization. And it should end in congress with its termination. Congress should not be ignored or an afterthought in these matters, and must reclaim its constitutional duties.

        The detainee provisions ask us to give up consist rights as an emergency or exigency but make no room for expiration. Perhaps the Emergency Law in Egypt began with good intentions in 1958 but somehow it came to be hated, to be despised with such vigor that protesters chose to burn themselves alive rather allow continuation of indefinite detention.

        Today, someone must stand up for the rights of the American people to be free. We must stand up to tyranny disguised as security. I urge my colleagues to reject the language on detainees in this bill, and to support amendments to strip these provisions from the defense bill.

        Indeed, conspiracy law and prosecutions in civilian courts have been routinely invoked after 9/11, to thwart embryonic international terrorism.

        Michael Chertoff, then head of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division and later Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, testified shortly after 9/11 to the Senate Judiciary Committee. He underscored that, “the history of this government in prosecuting terrorists in domestic courts has been one of unmitigated success and one in which the judges have done a superb job of managing the courtroom and not compromising our concerns about security and our concerns about classified information.”

        Moreover, there is no evidence that criminal justice procedures have frustrated intelligence collection about international terrorism. Suspected terrorists have repeatedly waived both the right to an attorney and the right to silence. Additionally, Miranda warnings are not required at all when the purpose of interrogation is public safety.

        The authors of this bill errantly maintain that the bill would not enlarge the universe of detainees eligible for indefinite detention in military custody. This is simply not the case.

        The current Authorization for Use of Military Force confines the universe to persons implicated in the 9/11 attacks or who harbored those who were.

        The detainee provision would expand the universe to include any person said to be “part of” or “substantially” supportive of AL-Qaeda or Taliban.

        These terms are dangerously vague. More than a decade after 9/11, the military has been unable to define the earmarks of membership in or affiliation to either organization.

        Some say that to prevent another 9/11 attack we must fight terrorism with a war mentality and not treat potential attackers as criminals. For combatants captured on the battlefield, I tend to agree.

        But 9/11 didn’t succeed because we granted the terrorists due process. 9/11 attacks did not succeed because AL-Qaeda was so formidable, but because of human error. The Defense Department withheld intelligence from the FBI. No warrants were denied. The warrants weren’t requested. The FBI failed to act on repeated pleas from its field agents, agents who were in possession of laptop with information that might have prevented 9/11.

        These are not failures of laws. They are not failures of procedures. They are failures of imperfect men and women in bloated bureaucracies. No amount of liberty sacrificed on the altar of the state will ever change that.

        A full accounting of our human failures by 9/11 Commission would have proven that enhanced cooperation between law enforcement and the intelligence community, not military action or vandalizing liberty at home, is the key to thwarting international terrorism.

        We should not have to sacrifice our Liberty to be safe. We cannot allow the rules to change to fit the whims of those in power. The rules, the binding chains of our constitution were written so that it didn’t MATTER who was in power. In fact, they were written to protect us and our rights, from those who hold power without good intentions. We are not governed by saints or angels. Our constitution allows for that. This bill does not.

        Finally, the detainee provisions of the defense authorization bill do another grave harm to freedom: they imply perpetual war for the first time in the history of the United States.

        No benchmarks are established that would ever terminate the conflict with AL-Qaeda, Taliban, or other foreign terrorist organizations. In fact, this bill explicitly states that no part of this bill is to imply any restriction on the authorization to use force. No congressional review is allowed or imagined. No victory is defined. No peace is possible if victory is made impossible by definition.

        To disavow the idea that the exclusive congressional power to declare war somehow allows the President to continue war forever at whim, I will also be offering an amendment this week to DE-authorize the Iraq War.

        Use of military force must begin in congress with its authorization. And it should end in congress with its termination. Congress should not be ignored or an afterthought in these matters, and must reclaim its constitutional duties.

        The detainee provisions ask us to give up consist rights as an emergency or exigency but make no room for expiration. Perhaps the Emergency Law in Egypt began with good intentions in 1958 but somehow it came to be hated, to be despised with such vigor that protesters chose to burn themselves alive rather allow continuation of indefinite detention.

        Today, someone must stand up for the rights of the American people to be free. We must stand up to tyranny disguised as security. I urge my colleagues to reject the language on detainees in this bill, and to support amendments to strip these provisions from the defense bill.

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    • Willibeaux,

      I got that info for you about Congress.
      Here it is: Earlier this year the House voted on a similar bill: HR 1540,where only 6 Republicans — Amash, Campbell, Chaffetz, Duncan (TN), McClintock, and Paul — voted it down.
      http://www.conservativeactionalerts.com/2011/11/unconstitutional-bill-declares-us-a-battlefield-for-the-military/

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  3. “… God forbid we should ever be twenty years without such a rebellion. The people cannot be all, and always, well informed. The part which is wrong will be discontented, in proportion to the importance of the facts they misconceive. If they remain quiet under such misconceptions, it is lethargy, the forerunner of death to the public liberty…. And what country can preserve its liberties, if its rulers are not warned from time to time, that this people preserve the spirit of resistance? Let them take arms. The remedy is to set them right as to the facts, pardon and pacify them. What signify a few lives lost in a century or two? The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time, with the blood of patriots and tyrants. It is its natural manure.”

    Thomas Jefferson Papers, 334

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  4. Gar Swaffar said:

    The answer of course is “Keep it dry”

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  5. Great post pep! I’m starting to believe the day Obamatraitor was sworn into office he secretly had the Demohypacrit’s that controlled Congress pass a law stating our constitution is unconstitutional. Our good buddy Hardnox replied to one of my comment’s on his blog, “start stocking up on water and nonperishable food.” Basically, there’s a war coming so honker down! This is a great (but sad) example of just how many of our liberties have been taken away from us (one by one and he’s not done) by the Socialistic/Marxist/Communist movement that went into overdrive as soon as President Bush left office. The radical left “nuclear bombs” have been ready to destroy our Republic for many, many years and those traitor’s finally got a nitwit president that was more than happy to push the launch button. I would add only one more thing to Hardnox’s list of must; get a big umbrella because we are past “keeping it dry”, so be prepared for the”wet” that is coming.

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    • Hi Dave,

      I wouldn’t doubt that one bit about the Liar in Chief. I do think that nobody up there has been following the Constitution for quite sometime however including the repubs. The whole place is full of crooks.

      Right, we’ve already started our stocking up on food/water and ammo.

      Each night on Judge Napolitano which we faithfully watch since he makes no excuses for these creatures in DC and knows the Constitution backwards and forwards, he speaks about all the freedoms we have lost as of late especially with the King we have now. And he calls our fearless leader, the king.

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  6. privbullright said:

    Pepp, you’re right. Here is a slightly animated news contributor, Lionel explaining it. http://www.wpix.com/videogallery/66381884/News/BEWARE-THE-NDAA#pl-62886862

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    • PBR,

      Thanks. I’ll take a look at that link.
      PBR, I just listened to that link. I suggest everyone take a look and listen.
      We are definitely entering some really dangerous territory. And those senators need to be arrested for trying to pass such a thing as this. I’m writing or calling Rand Paul today to see if it’s passed and if not, ask him to help anyway he can to keep this from going forward. He seems to be one of the only senators who does anything up there. At least he tries but there is always dingy harry. But these are republicans involved in this and that is shameful. Shame on Graham, McCain, and Levi. They stink.

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  7. Pepp,
    Good post as usual.

    This is “Incrementalism” in its highest order. As with all things that take away our freedoms they are accomplished one slice at a time. Had the government done it all at once then there would be massive protests. It’s like the frog in the pot tale.

    We live in perilous times but I can’t help but wonder where the asshat organizations that supposedly champion freedoms are, you know the ACLU and the libs in general. Zero has gotten a pass on everything and this is just one more example. Naturally when this nation votes next year and tosses his butt out the next president will be inundated with attacks by the left regarding personal freedoms and protections guaranteed by our constitution. The very same constitution that few have bothered to read.

    The script is predictable, same script, same plot… over and over, except the stakes keep getting higher.

    We are at a juncture in history where we can still reverse course. The juncture is narrow and time is short. Next year’s election is our last chance in my opinion.

    We need only look at the rioters on Black Friday to see what the true nature of some people are and to look into the behavior of what people will do in a crisis. We can expect government to screw up the response.

    Your quote from Jefferson is appropriate. He encouraged “eternal vigilance” by the people to maintain our republic. Sadly we have not heeded his words and now we will harvest the fruits of our inaction.

    Gar is indeed correct.

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    • Hardnox,

      Thanks.
      The ACLU is on this Senate thing actually. I didn’t post the whole article as people can go read it themselves. So I should have put that in there I guess.

      I agree with you completely that next year is our last chance. And it’s going to be one bloody election with every form of fraud available so the commies don’t go down. This has been hard fought by the commies for years now and they have never gotten this close to taking over. So they are not going to go down easily and that can be witnessed already how they are tearing apart every Republican candidate there is in the hopes of swaying all conservatives we have no good candidates to vote for and we stay home. I see a lot of people being swayed by this media hype and who will not vote. That scares me to death. Anybody is better than that traitor we have right now.

      Electing a new president is a first start, but we need to concentrate also on getting out of office the crooks that are in now. They must go too. The whole system is a wreck.

      No, we have not been as vigilant as Jefferson warned us. That is our own fault. I hope the American people have awakened to the fact we are about to lose the greatest country on this earth since our Founders wrote our Constitution. It appears there are many people who still do not believe we are in such extreme danger. That is appalling to me.

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  8. With the bottom-up half of the strategy getting so much ink and air time, I thank you, pepp, for highlighting the top-down other half. It’s Coward & Piven’s lesson to Obama from Columbia.

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  9. Thanks for posting this. I,too,share your alarm at the reported police brutality cases. But,I’d rather know about it,than it being swept under the rug by Obama’s media drones. As far as McCain goes,his actions are not in the least surprising.

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    • Clyde,

      I’m also glad to know what is going on. That is why I watch the Judge every night in regard to police brutality for one thing. Some of the police are completely out of order and outside of the law. Then they lie about what happened like that case of the dead Marine on the west coast.

      Can’t expect the media to report one thing we need to know. I keep expecting Judge Napolitano to get thrown off of Fox like Beck did. Napolitano even goes further than Beck in naming the Liar in Chief as the Dictator or the King. I hope he has lots of body guards.

      No, McCain’s actions don’t surprise me either. I’ll be very glad when he’s gone.

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  10. Although this law is based upon the military judicial system, I can see where Holder can use it with civilian police forces, for any purpose the crock decides. All he need do is claim he’s ‘assisting’ the military by request!

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  11. If this is passed, there will be blood shed in our streets. I just can’t see our military doing this to Americans. God, please help us!

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    • Donna,
      How right you are and only 2 men in the Senate stood up for the Constitution and us, those were Rand Paul and Mark Kirk. How appalling is that? btw, Donna, isn’t Kirk one of your senators from Illinois?

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