posted on Feb, 25 2010 @ 09:15 AM
I think most of us can plainly see the flaccid partisanship game and it's tired game of rhetoric belying the effort to maintain the status quo.
Freedoms and rights, once seized by the Federal government are unlikely to be returned by the same folks who took them.
When the political party's machinery is stopped, so will this abuse of trust we call the "Patriot Act" (remember: "You're either with us, or your
with the 'terrorists'").
As long as the focus of the system is to create the means to spy and intrude on those we are told to fear, more and more people will lose their
'assumed' privacy and other such Constitutional 'trivialities' which are meant to cripple the potential abuses of the Federal government intent on
becoming a singular power in the nation - superseding that tenuous sovereignty of the individual states.
I would hesitate to agree that any particular politician or party is principally responsible. This 'architecture' of intrusion and suppression is
corporate in nature. This shouldn't be surprising since the corporate culture has completely subsumed the government by infiltration and infection
(whether by design or otherwise).
As George Carlin once said, "It's a club, and we ain't in it!"