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NDAA disgust on BBC

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posted on Jan, 11 2012 @ 04:18 PM

I am sure you have all heard of the NDAA and are very uncomfortable with it like I am.
They bring up a good point in here

At what point do you redefine they structure of government you have?

i think ron paul had it right here when he discussed the NDAA signing by the president

montana was the first state to step up
Montana recall congress request

now what is your opinion?

edit on 11-1-2012 by N3v3rmor3 because: hit enter too early and posted a blank thread lol!

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posted on Jan, 11 2012 @ 08:21 PM
were not a dictatorship because we can elect a leader so im going to go with socialist junta because the military would have to be apart of the new process.

They back the bureaucracy which tax the people to pay the military that protect the industrialists which pay the workers in one big bs socialist cycle

Welcome to the suck kid

as for how it makes me feel like im going to vomit

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posted on Jan, 12 2012 @ 11:22 PM
My friends and I actually met with Congressman Berman for 24 minutes in regard to the NDAA and SOPA.We asked him why he committed treason by voting for the NDAA when it contained sections 1021 and 1022 which were Unconstitutional. He claimed ignorance. I had the opportunity to tell him that I am not comfortable with any human being being ok with detaining another human being indefinitely without due process for any reason. I also mentioned FEMA camps to which he responded "Fema Camps?" as if he didnt know what I was talking about. Then he said, "Oh are you talking about the detention centers for illegals?" Yeah right, I can't imagine our Gov intending to round up illegals. I said yeah whatever you want to call them, yes Im speaking of all 180+ detention centers all over this country. I think he changed the subject at that point. Last week we returned to get a response from our past meeting. We met with Berman's chief of Staff from the DC office for about an hour. She told us that he is backing the due process guarantee act introduced by Senator Fienstein and supported by Congressman Garamendi. This bill so far has the support of 21 Congressmen. The bill is a good step in the right direction but is still flawed.
Also The Senate is scheduled to vote on SOPA the internet censorship bill on Tuesday, January 24th so we still have time to stop it

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