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Ron Paul Demands Repeal of NDAA in Post-Primary Speech

Posted by clnews Thursday, February 2nd, 2012

Ron Paul Demands Repeal of NDAA in Post-Primary Speech | Conscious Life News
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Are you in Washington state?
Yes Sir!!!
Sorry to hear that
Ironic world - I think you are actually close to me. Seriously screwed up government we have here. I came from California only to find another California......
C'Mon down to Florida...or Texas...
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Sorry to hear that
Ironic world - I think you are actually close to me. Seriously screwed up government we have here. I came from California only to find another California......
C'Mon down to Florida...or Texas...
Texas, no. Florida maybe but I am not one for all that damn humidity. For all the governmental faults, I love CA because of all the shit there is to do. Nowhere else like it.

Now, I have not seen the gulf from the shores of Texas though. IF they are the same as some of the islands there (crystal clear and warm water) then I will be a Texan tomorrow
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Tell me I am wrong tell me that when the bill voted on by the senate did not just strip Americans of their 4th 5th 6th and possibly 8th amendment away?

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The bill does allow the executive branch to waive the authority based on national security and hold a suspect in civilian custody.
The legislation also would deny suspected terrorists, even U.S. citizens seized within the nation's borders, the right to trial and subject them to indefinite detention. Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., had sought an exception to the provision for U.S. citizens, but her effort failed, 55-45.
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All that awaits is obama signature. It could be a poly to give obama a chance to say look I vetoed a bill and protected your rights. He get's re-elected by a grateful nation and bam he strips those rights away after he has been re-elected.

this was not passed by the republican controlled house?
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This roused a question for me. Why the Federal government lawmakers passed the NDAA in large proportion? The Act is obvious violation to the Constitution that the media even dare not to discuss it.

Several days after 911, there was an anthrax attack targetted on Senators that forced the passing through of Patriot Act. In October 2002, there was a Washington DC sniper spree which intimidate the lawmakers to pass the bill of Armed force Authorization in Iraq. (for war on Iraq). It's ten years since then. Our congress and Senato now has been trained to tamed sheeples under the whips of Pentagon and FBI?
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Tell me I am wrong tell me that when the bill voted on by the senate did not just strip Americans of their 4th 5th 6th and possibly 8th amendment away?

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The bill does allow the executive branch to waive the authority based on national security and hold a suspect in civilian custody.
The legislation also would deny suspected terrorists, even U.S. citizens seized within the nation's borders, the right to trial and subject them to indefinite detention. Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., had sought an exception to the provision for U.S. citizens, but her effort failed, 55-45.
Senate approves $662 billion defense bill - Yahoo! News

All that awaits is obama signature. It could be a poly to give obama a chance to say look I vetoed a bill and protected your rights. He get's re-elected by a grateful nation and bam he strips those rights away after he has been re-elected.

this was not passed by the republican controlled house?
Isn't the senate an almost 50/50 split of Republicans and democrats? Why do you never blame democrats for anything?
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Yay totalitarian military dictatorships!!! I hope the Neocons are finally happy now.
It just passed through a Democrat controlled Senate and is awaiting the signature of a Democrat President no blaming Bush or the right for this one if he signs it.
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