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snerd
12-20-2012, 12:49
Good old McCain seems to be the culprit again.
Federal lawmakers are once again clashing over how to treat American citizens accused of terrorism, after Congress quietly stripped a provision from a defense bill that was intended to prevent indefinite detention without trial.

In November the Senate voted overwhelmingly (http://dailycaller.com/2012/11/30/libertarian-super-pac-slams-republican-sen-graham-for-support-of-ndaa-amendment/) to amend the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) to curb indefinite detention. California Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein and Utah Republican Sen. Mike Lee introduced the amendment.

But the House did not pass similar language, and a conference committee that convened to resolve the differences between the two versions declined to include the Feinstein-Lee amendment.

Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul quickly blamed his party’s 2008 presidential nominee, blasting a “McCain-led NDAA conference committee” for the omission.

Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2012/12/19/rand-paul-john-mccain-spar-over-ndaa-indefinite-detention-language/#ixzz2FcSVsLcr

Just to be sure you understand, they can hold you indefinitely, forever maybe, on any offense they want to accuse you of. No hearings, no representation, no trial, nothing. Prisoner. Forever. America.

barbedwiresmile
12-20-2012, 12:57
Some additional commentary:

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2012-12-20/section-preventing-indefinite-detention-americans-without-trial-removed-final-ndaa-b?page=1


Outstanding, from comments section:

No nation gets the government they want. Every nation gets the government they deserve.

All we are seeing here is what has been long predicted and proven to be fact: What we allow or government to do abroad, we invite them to do at home.

Everyone's morals are defined by what we allow to happen to others. Americans remained silent when the US implemented this policy abroad, now they must take it in the (censored) at home because they were complicit by virtue of their lack of opposition to government policy.

EOS
12-20-2012, 17:31
Do you think the Neocon statists who dominate GTs political forum give a rats ass? "Good they can catch them tarrorists! cuz this is 'Merica!!!" Never mind that Obozo could deem gunowners who resist confiscation "terrorists" and send you to Guantonimo for life. Oh wait, I thought the messiah was going to close that place. :upeyes: