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"People don't like to be meddled with. We tell them what to do, what to think. Don't run. Don't walk. We're in their homes, and in their heads, and we haven't the right. We're meddlesome." River Tam referring to the government.

Not Politically Correct. . .

"Be not intimidated...
nor suffer yourselves to be wheedled out of your liberties by any pretense of politeness, delicacy, or decency.
These, as they are often used, are but three different names for hypocrisy, chicanery and cowardice."
- John Adams

Abraham Lincoln

To quote Jack Donovan’s Violence is Golden: ‘Without action, words are just words. Without violence, laws are just words. Violence isn’t the only answer, but it is the final answer.’

In a world gone mad we are the villains. We wield the truth and the light. In the end we will only be answerable to ourselves and our God. If we win then we inherit the earth, if we lose we get to Heaven.

Friday, April 23, 2010

McCain and Lieberman are no friends of Freedom and Liberty. . . . .

What Police State Legislation Looks Like

"Authoritarianism" in the United States?

By Robert Folsom
Wed, 21 Apr 2010 

Suppose the U.S. Senate passed a law which gives the Federal Government the power to do the following to American citizens who are suspected of a crime:
  1. Forbid interrogators from telling the person of their right to remain silent.
  2. Forbid interrogators from telling the person of their right to legal counsel.
  3. Deny the person habeas corpus protection (the government cannot keep a person in custody without charge).
  4. Do all the above not only to a person suspected of a crime, but also to a person who may know about a possible future crime. 
Note that I began with "Suppose," because the U.S. Senate has not passed such a law. But I know for a fact that the Senate is considering a bill that undeniably will grant the government those powers and more. Senators McCain and Lieberman introduced the legislation earlier this month (March 4).

Not much information is available about the bill (S 3081)

In this case, the bill's broad language is different from its purpose in the same way the Mississippi River is different from a spring-fed creek. For example:
  • "An individual who is suspected...shall not, during informed of any counsel or to remain silent consistent with Miranda v. Arizona."
  • "An individual, including a citizen of the United States...may be detained without criminal charges and without trial..."
  • It even says that a citizen can be designated a suspect based on "[s]uch other matters as the President considers appropriate."
You read that right: "Such other matters as the President considers appropriate." Broad enough for you? Why has the mainstream media said virtually nothing? Good question; I don't know.

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This bill should send cold chills running up and down your spine.   McCain should never be re-elected again, ever.  Sarah Palin, what are you thinking?

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