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Originally posted by RedBalloon
The words he chooses are a great tactic. My personal favorite... the "Patriot Act." Can't believe he actually snuck that one by everyone.
Originally posted by edsinger
Great another bash Bush clip, actually I am glad he is in office and not some small petered whimp who would cater to demands of countries such as France. Listen Saddam had to go, and if you lamenecks would just support your troops and CIC and let us put a dent in the radical crap going on. Saddam gave comfort and asylum to terrorists, therefore Bush warned him and many others, we are no longer going to be defensive. Russia I am afraid has now had to find out the hard way.
You peacenicks make me sick and you give those who died to give you the freedom to gripe a bad name. I say, leave the country, France will welcome you with open arms, but dont expect the US nor the UK to coe to frances aid any longer. Maybe Germany will??
Originally posted by ThunderCloud
Was the "Patriot Act" the official name of the now-famous act passed by Congress in 2002? I thought that was just the nickname the media gave it, and that it's official name was "The National Security Act of 2002" or somethng like that...
Originally posted by MaskedAvatar
Official name was the U.S.A. P.A.T.R.I.O.T. Act, signed into law by a$$hole Bush on 26 October 2001.
The acronym desecrates both the United States of America and the concept of patriotism:
"Uniting and Strengthening America by Providing Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct Terrorism".
A crock of bullsh*t brought to you by the Bush administration, pumping fear and terror into American citizens and destroying your civil liberties every day while so many remain blissfully ignorant.