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Obama: Detention OK for 1st Amendment 'activities'

BARRY0619 2012/09/15 13:12:51
The Obama administration is battling to restore a controversial
provision of a new federal law that it admits could have been used to
arrest and detain citizens indefinitely – even if their actions were
protected by the First Amendment.

Read the full story here:
http://www.wnd.com/2012/09/obama-detention-ok-for-1st-amendme...

Folks, here's another reason why Obama needs to be sent back home to Kenya.
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  • Tasine 2012/09/15 13:35:07
    Tasine
    +4
    Excellent post. Sounds like the Obama Admin stumbled into a court where their stonewalling wasn't appreciated. What struck me was that the judge couldn't get the Administration to answer specific questions - we all tend to think that is because they think they don't have to. I am beginning to think, however, it is because they are too stupid to even understand what she is asking for. Stupidity + intense arrogance in some circumstances can be funny - THIS wasn't funny.

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  • jackolantyrn356 2012/09/15 16:00:45
    jackolantyrn356
    +1
    Now I see why most people like me are not in custody right this moment.
  • "Abe" 2012/09/15 15:59:44
    "Abe"
    +1
    I say the "Obumbler administration" (and the progressive Dems and RINOs) are ruining our country so fast it makes your head spin. Vote the b@stards out in Nov.~~!! Just my opinion.

    freedom is not free
  • BARRY0619 "Abe" 2012/09/15 16:11:47
    BARRY0619
    +1
    ...and a great opinion at that!!
  • "Abe" BARRY0619 2012/09/15 23:21:21
    "Abe"
    +1
    Thanks, Barry~!
  • BARRY0619 "Abe" 2012/09/16 13:48:46
    BARRY0619
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    You're welcome Abe
  • D D 2012/09/15 14:32:38
    D D
    +1
    NDAA is here to stay. Just because some judge says no to it doesn't change a thing. Who is going to force Obama to follow her ruling? On top of that we will never know if someone is taken under NDAA because they are not allowed any calls, no attorney, no trial etc. No one would know what happened to you. You would just be missing.
  • Mel the Witch POTL PWCM~JLA 2012/09/15 14:23:35
    Mel the Witch POTL PWCM~JLA
    +1
    Sounds like something the "Bama" would do...
  • Racefish 2012/09/15 14:12:22
    Racefish
    +2
    At least we have one judge that exhibits common sense and a respect for the Constitution. Too bad the president don't.
  • Tasine 2012/09/15 13:35:07
    Tasine
    +4
    Excellent post. Sounds like the Obama Admin stumbled into a court where their stonewalling wasn't appreciated. What struck me was that the judge couldn't get the Administration to answer specific questions - we all tend to think that is because they think they don't have to. I am beginning to think, however, it is because they are too stupid to even understand what she is asking for. Stupidity + intense arrogance in some circumstances can be funny - THIS wasn't funny.
  • BARRY0619 Tasine 2012/09/15 13:39:00
    BARRY0619
    +2
    Agree 100%!!

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