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Originally posted by sonofliberty1776
I would not say that, YET. However, we are on the way down that road. If the sheeple do not wake up soon it will be too late.
Originally posted by UcDat
a bump for the fact some of you are still not awake to the real evil TPTB represent
America is now worst in many ways than Nazi Germany ever was. imho
Originally posted by Varemia
So, the FBI is seeing if any of the first responders are on their terrorist watch list, and this is cause for revolution and anarchy? I'm confused.
RE: FBI screening 9/11 first responders for terrorism ties: "It's a waste of time, money, energy and resources," said John Feal, 44, a Long Island construction worker whose foot was crushed as he worked at Ground Zero in the days after the attack.
"The American people shouldn't be paying for this," he added.
The measure was slipped into legislation by Rep. Cliff Stearns (R-Fla.) during contentious debate in Congress, the Web site said.
"As a 9/11 first responder who lost half a foot, I find it insulting," Feal, who runs the advocacy group The FealGood Foundation, told the New York Post.
"I think the congressman and everyone who donated money to him should be checked for terrorism."
Originally posted by hooper
reply to post by Kalki2012
Gee, a congressman adds a stupid amendment to a bill at the last minute to make some stupid point. Not the first time, not going to be the last time either. So what does it prove?
The new bill would require anyone interested in receiving medical care under the new law be screened. Those who refuse will not be allowed to receive care. Jim Ryder, the director of political affairs at the Feal Good Foundation in New York said this is unnecessary and wrong. “These are first responders. These are the people that ran into the buildings when everybody else was running out with no regard of their own safety but for the needs of this city, this state and this country,” he said. The people who served as heroes on 9/11 and in the days following need aid, not accusations of being complicit on terrorism. “It’s a stressful thing, it’s upsetting. They think they aren’t going to be compensated, they think their government thinks they are terrorists,” said Ryder.
Originally posted by FDNY343
Way to twist the facts there OP.
Maybe you should read the rest of the bill that is being proposed.
It can be found here as someone else had already linked.
This does NOT single the First Responders out. In fact, it also applies to anyone else living in the USA trying to get money or services from the government.
If you are on the TWL than you sould not get a dime from our government, untill you can prove that you shouldn't be there.