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Department of Homeland Security launches its “If You See Something, Say Something” campaign. Have our freedoms come under attack since Barack Obama took office?

tncdel 2012/09/18 15:29:43
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  • Jeff Smith 2012/09/19 13:07:13
    YES [comment as you wish].
    Jeff Smith
    I see an ugly fat white pig
  • Irish little 2012/09/19 03:43:21
    YES [comment as you wish].
    Irish little
    Thanks to a ruling of a case by the UCLA a few tears back , The local police can not protect you, only chase the crooks after the fact.The crook has more rights then you do.
  • maquignon 2012/09/18 20:29:28
    YES [comment as you wish].
    maquignon
    +1
    I want to know to whom do we report Obama and the government bureaucrats who exceed their authority. Congress is letting them get away with murder.
  • Balladeer-PWCM-POTL 2012/09/18 19:23:45
    YES [comment as you wish].
    Balladeer-PWCM-POTL
    +1
    YES we are losing freedoms...the enemy is scared about november....let's make them MORE scared....we will unite and come november..we will RECLAIM what has been taken from the People
  • Zombie Saddam 2012/09/18 18:36:02
    NO [tell us why you think not].
    Zombie Saddam
    The "If You See Something, Say Something" slogan has been used since September 12th, 2001. It's a very common sense strategy for citizens to not expect their government to do wall-to-wall policing and to take responsibility by keeping watch for dangerous threats.
  • tncdel Zombie ... 2012/09/19 00:39:07
    tncdel
    So why did it take till just this year for Napolitano's Homeland Security Dept. to implement it?
  • Bill 2012/09/18 17:01:42
    YES [comment as you wish].
    Bill
    +1
    Exactly what the Nazis and commies did. Everyone ratting each other out
  • PoliticalSanity 2012/09/18 16:42:15
    YES [comment as you wish].
    PoliticalSanity
    +1
    The concern to me would be how or if law enforcement would respond. This idea sounds very regrettable to me. People are going to get killed over it or at least lose their rights unjustly or unconstitutionally.
  • ConLibFraud 2012/09/18 16:35:06
    YES [comment as you wish].
    ConLibFraud
    +1
    But this all started in 1913 and the 911 false flag was the largest spike with yet another on the horizon.
  • Rebel Yell 2012/09/18 16:13:28
    NO [tell us why you think not].
    Rebel Yell
    Crime Stoppers has been around for years in many states and communities and that has led to criminals being arrested. It's a very successful program.
  • tncdel Rebel Yell 2012/09/19 00:40:19
    tncdel
    This is the first application of it for Homeland Security purposes.
  • Sgt Major B 2012/09/18 15:49:42
    YES [comment as you wish].
    Sgt Major B
    +1
    Not all that surprising, considering the Democrats' history.

    Check out the Sedition Act, the Espionage Act, the American Protective League and the Palmer Raids under Woodrow Wilson. Research the Overman Committee. How about Samuel F. Dickstein, a paid agent of the NKVD that helped establish the House Special Committee on Un-American Activities (1934-1937) Read through the Smith Act of 1940, passed under FDR. The McCarran Act of 1950, passed by a Democrat-controlled Congress over Truman's veto is always an attention-grabber - ya just gotta love that concentration camp clause!. Bear in mind, one of his co-sponsors championed making make mere membership in the Communist Party a felony in 1954 (Hubert Humphrey). Never overlook the fact that in it's 37 years' of operation, the House Un-American Activities Comittee was chaired by Democrats for 33 of those years.

    Like I said, it's not surprising.

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