posted on May, 26 2011 @ 10:57 PM
The reasoning behind requiring a person by oath or affirmation, to seek a judge to issue warrants, which invade privacy and the very things the
Bill of Rights protect, as the "RIGHT of a person to be secure in their persons and homes;" and is "no-sauce" for the goose or gander. But
protects US, in more ways than one.
You see, when a law as the "Patriot Act," by-passes reasonable avenues to secure freedoms, which by right are guaranteed, in the Bill of Rights, it
distorts the "living intent" and subverts people's rights. To with-hold the "secretive workings" of the act which allows investigations of people
into personal records and effects in their own homes and person, surely flies-in-the-face of "good faith." And violates the public trust in a
"Right," which is guaranteed.
The "propaganda" which promotes the "Patriot Act," as something keeping us all safe, not only injures countless millions, guaranteed of a
"Right," is not only shameful, and another side-effect is the "Patriot Act" actually removes a person or persons participation in-keeping the
country safe by civic involvement.
This "Act," steps-in and covertly infringes upon a "Right," guaranteed and goes even further to crumble the inalienable status given by God.
When politicians are able to enact laws designed to protect by limiting or removing altogether, no doubt should remain in a reasonable person's mind
whether they have lost a fundamental right or not.
Do we work hard and follow the "equitable and honored rules and protocols" established as an inalienable "Right," by the Constitution and the Bill
of Rights, or subscribe to propaganda and peer-pressure of being labeled "unpatriotic?"
When it all is brought into the light, everyone can plainly "see" that it stinks to high-heaven and should be removed and replaced or edited with
sensible framing which preserves guaranteed rights; and I think a vast majority will agree with this stance.
The "Paranoid Patriot Act," must be looked-at and the offensive portions removed. It's "Our" Right, after-all, and as the light of it all comes
into day, the acknowledgement of such inalienable rights negate anything to the contrary.
I have concluded that Congress (majority of them) do not represent the people's will or act in accordance to their wishes. I posit that paranoia
exists in both parties, both Democrats and Republicans and consider myself belonging to neither; and even the Independent Party does not share the
same views as I do. So the disenfranchised, as I, do not have a "voice" or "vote" since either can be as carelessly disregarded without any
repercussions to the contrary.
When Congress is "elevated" above being "average citizens," who share common beliefs and reasonable attitudes and enjoys privileges unavailable to
any citizen, as their premium-grouped healthcare and perks, those in Congress cease to be "like us" and become as "elitists," segregated from the
The freedoms of speech and belief have become as frail versions of the intents of the founding fathers, to only appear to be fundamental, but instead
are frail and pale-shelter to "guaranteed fundamental rights," guaranteed by the Bill of Rights. When people can be jailed and imprisoned without
regard to any fundamental right guaranteed by the Bill of Rights, is tantamount to slavery and equity in representation is deemed a total failure.
When the first link of the chain is forged, the first speech censured, the first thought forbidden, the first freedom denied, chains us all
irrevocably. As wisdom and warning, the first time any man’s freedom is trodden-on, we’re all damaged.
You’d think we’ve come so far, torture of heretics, burning of witches, in all ancient history. Then, if we even blink an eye, suddenly it
threatens to start all-over again; spreading fear in the name of righteousness.
- Jean Luc Picard