Kerry wants to repeal the Patriot Act!

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    So evil terrorist scum can run around freely here!
     
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    That is the only good thing I have ever heard about him.
     
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    Hmmmmm, really. I support it.
     
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    I support certain provisions of it, but many of them are unconstitutional and impose on some very sacred rights. Others are just poorly worded. If the original drafts of both Patriot Acts had been passed, the feds could throw me away for life without a trial for speeding (domestic terrorism was defined as "anything that risks the lives of others," and allowed indefinite incarceration without trial).
     
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    Hmmmmmmmmm
     
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    Have you even READ it?

    The thing is Unconstitutional and needs to be repealed. ANY document unconstitutional, by decree of our own Constitution is to be ignored and repealed.

    Since it is not, everyone responsible should be impeached from the president to the judges and each and every congressman avoiding the process.
     
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    The Supreme Court decides what's constitutional and what's not, that's just your bias talking buddy.
     
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    -ok.

    Have you even read the Constitution?

    http://www.usmessageboard.com/forums/showthread.php?s=&threadid=4936

    Read this, and then speak ANOTHER faux pas.

    That would be 3 toward me that you have made in 5 minutes time across 2 threads.
     
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    Even Supreme Court judges can't deny someone's right to a trial, nor can they repeal someone's right against unreasonable search and seziure.
     
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    Huh? Dude I have read parts of the consitution. My point is that even if it is biased, it won't change unless the Supreme Court says it's unconstitutional.
     

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