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Old 12-10-2005, 11:09 AM
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Defenders Of The Constitution - Terrorists ??? - :-o :-o :-o

Defenders Of The Constitution - Terrorists ???

Do You Support The Constitution ??? Your're A Terrorist Suspect !!!
"Right-Wing Extremists - "Defenders" of US Constitution against federal government & the UN (Super Patriots)"."
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Old 12-10-2005, 11:56 PM
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The US Constitution - :-o :-o :-o

The Soul Of Our Nation

The US Constitution - Transmits Ideas Which Are The Soul Of Our Nation

Dear Mr. President, About The Constitution . . .
http://www.whatreallyhappened.com/pieceofpaper.php

Stop throwing the Constitution in my face,” Bush screamed back. “It’s just a goddamned piece of paper!”
http://www.capitolhillblue.com/artman/publish/article_7779.shtml

Let us start out with the fact that the Constitution is actually written on parchment, not paper. A trivial point, I grant you, but one that reveals (along with your inability to correctly pronounce the word "nuclear") a shocking lack of education in a head of state.

But to get to the point, the Constitution is not the parchment itself, but the ideas written upon it; ideas which form the foundations of our nation, ideas which would carry equal weight if written on stone, glass, metal, or even paper. These ideas are the soul of the nation. They include the recognition that the people of this nation have certain rights, rights which the government does not have the authority to remove. These rights include freedom of speech, to say what we think about the nation at any and all times, to write that opinion down and share it however we choose to. These rights include the freedom to worship as we choose, free from coercion. These rights include the right to privacy, in our homes and businesses, free from government intrusions other than in very specific and well-defined circumstances.

Maybe those rights are inconvenient to you, as such rights are always inconvenient to tyrants, but you are not allowed the choice which rights you will abide by or not. That too is spelled out explicitly in the Constitution.

The Constitution isn't just a piece of paper or parchment. It's a contract; the original contract with America. It's the contract you yourself swore an oath to preserve, protect, and defend against all enemies both foreign and domestic. You attached your name to that promise. You swore that oath before a judge of the United States Supreme Court, with your hand on a bible. That isn't just scenery for the cameras. Swearing an oath before a judge carries legal obligations with that oath, and legal penalties for breaking that oath.

The election process by which you claim authority is defined in that Constitution. And as you claim authority by Constitutional process, so too are you limited by Constitutional process. If you act outside the limits of the Constitution, you are no longer acting as the President, but as a private citizen abusing the powers with which you were trusted. A government that acts outside the Constitution ceases to be the legal government of this land.

The Constitution exists not only to tell the government what it may do, but more importantly what it may not do. You, as the President, are not allowed to declare wars without the US Congress. You, the President, are not allowed to seize people at random and send them off to be tortured. And most of all, you, the President, and not allowed to lie to the people and to the Congress.

Every President before you, including your father, swore that oath to preserve, protect, and defend that Constitution. Millions of Americans died in wars in the firm belief that the form of government describes on that parchment was worth such a sacrifice. To state that the Constitution is just a "dammed piece of paper" is a slap in the face of every American who ever donned the uniform of the military forces of this country.

Go over to Arlington National Cemetery. It's not that far from where you live. Look at those tombstones. By your statement, you have written across and every one the words, "Died for a goddamned piece of paper."

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Old 12-11-2005, 07:04 PM
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The US Constitution - :-o :-o :-o

The Soul Of Our Nation YES, IT'S DEAD IF YOU HAVEN'T NOTICED.

The US Constitution - Transmits Ideas Which Are The Soul Of Our Nation

Dear Mr. President, About The Constitution . . .
http://www.whatreallyhappened.com/pieceofpaper.php

Stop throwing the Constitution in my face,” Bush screamed back. “It’s just a goddamned piece of paper!”
http://www.capitolhillblue.com/artman/publish/article_7779.shtml

Let us start out with the fact that the Constitution is actually written on parchment, not paper. A trivial point, I grant you, but one that reveals (along with your inability to correctly pronounce the word "nuclear") a shocking lack of education in a head of state.

But to get to the point, the Constitution is not the parchment itself, but the ideas written upon it; ideas which form the foundations of our nation, ideas which would carry equal weight if written on stone, glass, metal, or even paper. These ideas are the soul of the nation. They include the recognition that the people of this nation have certain rights, TRY EXERCISING THOSE RIGHTS BY NOT PAYING TAXES AND SEE HOW FAR IT GETS YOU OR TRY CONVINCING A COP WHO PULLED YOU OVER THAT HE'S A PUBLIC SERVANT.rights which the government does not have the authority to remove. These rights include freedom of speech, to say what we think about the nation at any and all times, to write that opinion down and share it however we choose to. These rights include the freedom to worship as we choose, free from coercion. These rights include the right to privacy, in our homes and businesses, free from government intrusions other than in very specific and well-defined circumstances. HAVE YOU FORGOTTON THE PATRIOT ACT AND THE CREATION OF DEPT. OF HOMELAND SECURITY?

Maybe those rights are inconvenient to you, as such rights are always inconvenient to tyrants, but you are not allowed the choice which rights you will abide by or not. That too is spelled out explicitly in the Constitution. JUST ABOUT EVERY OTHER PRESIDENT HAS CONTRIBUTED TO THE EROSION OF FREEDOM, GWB AIN'T ALONE.

The Constitution isn't just a piece of paper or parchment. It's a contract; the original contract with America. It's the contract you yourself swore an oath to preserve, protect, and defend against all enemies both foreign and domesticWELL, HE OBVIOUSLY LIED AS EVERYONE ELSE HAS FOR AT LEAST THE LAST FIVE DECADES. You attached your name to that promise. You swore that oath before a judge of the United States Supreme Court, with your hand on a bibleYOU KNOW GWB AIN'T CHRISTIAN SO THAT'S NO BIG SUPRISE. That isn't just scenery for the cameras. Swearing an oath before a judge carries legal obligations with that oath, and legal penalties for breaking that oath.

The election process by which you claim authority is defined in that Constitution. And as you claim authority by Constitutional process, so too are you limited by Constitutional process. If you act outside the limits of the Constitution, you are no longer acting as the President, but as a private citizen abusing the powers with which you were trusted. A government that acts outside the Constitution ceases to be the legal government of this land. YOU'RE RIGHT, IT ISN'T THE LEGAL GOVERNMENT OF THIS LAND AS FAR AS THAT DOCUMENT IS CONCERNED. HASN'T BEEN FOR AWHILE.

The Constitution exists not only to tell the government what it may do, but more importantly what it may not do.THAT DOESN'T APPLY ANYMORE, REFER TO ABOVE STATEMENT. You, as the President, are not allowed to declare wars without the US Congress. You, the President, are not allowed to seize people at random and send them off to be tortured. And most of all, you, the President, and not allowed to lie to the people and to the Congress. BUT HE DID, AND HE'S STILL GETTING AWAY WITH IT ISN'T HE?

Every President before you, including your father, swore that oath to preserve, protect, and defend that ConstitutionBUT AGAIN, MOST IF NOT ALL OF THEM LIED. Millions of Americans died in wars in the firm belief that the form of government describes on that parchment was worth such a sacrifice.THEY DIED IN VAIN, THEY WEREN'T FIGHTING FOR FREEDOM, IN EVERY WAR SAVE THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR, THEY WERE FIGHTING FOR THE NWO PURPOSES OF ENSLAVING AMERICA To state that the Constitution is just a "dammed piece of paper" is a slap in the face of every American who ever donned the uniform of the military forces of this country.THEY NEED A SLAP IN THE FACE TO WAKE THEM UP FROM FIGHTING ANOTHER WAR FOR NWO LIKE IRAQ AND EVERYTHING ELSE MIDDLE EAST

Go over to Arlington National Cemetery. It's not that far from where you live. Look at those tombstones. By your statement, you have written across and every one the words, "Died for a goddamned piece of paper."ONCE AGAIN, THEY BELIEVE THEY FOUGHT AND DIED FOR FREEDOM, BUT THEY WERE REALLY ONLY HELPING BRING ABOUT MORE TYRANNY VIA PROBLEM/REACTION/SOLUTION.

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Old 12-12-2005, 01:24 PM
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America's Military Dictatorship Dangerously Close - :-o :-o :-o

America's Military Dictatorship Dangerously Close

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Former Congressman Claims Military Dictatorship Dangerously Close
"Former Republican Congressman and CIA official Bob Barr says that there is a danger recent developments describe a trend of America slipping into a totalitarian society and that the Bush administration are doing everything in their power to see that this happens."

"I think it's a real danger where we have the military becoming involved in all sorts of domestic matters and we have the government being able to seize very private personal records on people without any suspicion that they've done anything wrong. This is a dramatic turn of events that has accelerated greatly since 9/11."

"Even when the leaders in Washington say we're not going to let the terrorists change our way of life, they are implementing policies that do precisely that."
http://www.prisonplanet.com/articles/december2005/111205totalitariandanger.htm

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Old 12-12-2005, 09:41 PM
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Accustoming Americans To The Prospect Of Military Rule ??? - :-o :-o :-o

Accustoming Americans To The Prospect Of "Military Rule"

Pentagon Devising Scenarios For Martial Law In US
"According to a report published Monday by the Washington Post, the Pentagon has developed its first ever war plans for operations within the continental United States, in which terrorist attacks would be used as the justification for imposing martial law on cities, regions or the entire country.

The front-page article cites sources working at the headquarters of the military’s Northern Command (Northcom), located in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The plans themselves are classified, but “officers who drafted the plans” gave details to Post reporter Bradley Graham, who was recently given a tour of Northcom headquarters at Peterson Air Force Base. The article thus appears to be a deliberate leak conducted for the purpose of accustoming the American population to the prospect of military rule.

The anti-terrorism scare has a propaganda purpose: to manipulate the American people and induce the public to accept drastic inroads against democratic rights. As the Pentagon planning suggests, the American working class faces the danger of some form of military-police dictatorship in the United States."
http://www.asiantribune.com/show_article.php?id=2620

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Old 12-21-2005, 03:43 PM
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How Many More Lies Do We Need To Feel Safe In America ??? - :-o :-o :-o

How Many More Lies Do We Need To Feel Safe In America ???

Clear Violation Of The 1978 Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act - Bush’s Snoopgate
"President Bush came out swinging on Snoopgate—he made it seem as if those who didn’t agree with him wanted to leave us vulnerable to Al Qaeda—but it will not work. We’re seeing clearly now that Bush thought 9/11 gave him license to act like a dictator, or in his own mind, no doubt, like Abraham Lincoln during the Civil War.

No wonder Bush was so desperate that The New York Times not publish its story on the National Security Agency eavesdropping on American citizens without a warrant, in what lawyers outside the administration say is a clear violation of the 1978 Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act."
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Old 12-21-2005, 07:14 PM
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Tearing Down The Wall - :-o :-o :-o

Tearing Down The Wall

Judge Resigns Over Secret Surveillance - May Have Tainted The Court
"...it stemmed from deep concern that the surveillance program Bush authorized was legally questionable and may have tainted the work of the court."
http://news.yahoo.com/fc/World/Espionage_and_Intelligence

Bush Forcing The Nation To Choose Degradation Of Our Values Or Impeachment - The Huffington Post
"Until Mr. Bush openly proclaimed as commander in chief that he can brush aside the law, cries for impeachment were heard only on the political fringe, although most Americans have long since realized that he misled America into war"
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2005/12/21/bush-forcing-the-nation-t_n_12676.html

Violation Of Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act
"Finally we have a Washington scandal that goes beyond sex, corruption and political intrigue to big issues like security versus liberty and the reasonable bounds of presidential power."
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/10536559/site/newsweek/

Talon Reports On Civilian Internal Enemies
"The Pentagon acknowledged last week that the Talon database contained reports on peaceful civilian protests and demonstrations that should have been purged long ago under Defense Department regulations." "In short, to protest against the "war" is to engage in terrorism and we know what the Bushcons do to people who are considered terrorists."
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The Assault On Our Liberties & The Constitutional Order - :-o :-o :-o

The Assault On Our Liberties & The Constitutional Order

Bush's Wartime Dictatorship – by Justin Raimondo
"Of course, the regime isn't locking up its domestic opponents and "renditioning" them off to some godforsaken gulag quite yet. However, it is more and more treating opposition to its policies – or even discussion of its methods – as the equivalent of treason, and this story about how, in response to the NSA revelations, the president summoned the executive editor and the publisher of the New York Times to the Oval Office merely underscores how far we have gone in that direction. The president went out of his way to denounce the Times piece as "a shameful act," and this overbearing style is par and parcel of the developing tyranny. Lew Rockwell has posited the rise of what he calls "red-state fascism," as have I, and we can see, from recent events, that this phenomenon is quickly congealing from a fluid potentiality into a hard reality. All the elements of a new American fascism are in place: a regime that recognizes no restraints on its power, either moral or constitutional; the rise of a leader cult surrounding the president; and a foreign policy of relentless aggression. And make no mistake: it is this latter that makes all the rest of it possible."
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"The rise of a leader cult surrounding the president". I have recently seen this worrisome aspect of American life. A completely blind faith in Bush as if he were all powerful and also infallible. Nothing this man does seems to cast any doubt on his right to be president or in his ability to be president. The more religious he paints himself the more these people believe he is. They like his arrogant ignorance and these are the very people hurt by his reduction in taxes for the rich. These are the very people whose ability to support themselves in their old age will be destroyed by this man. Their blindness almost borders on the supernatural. What strange times these be.
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A Following ??? – :-o :-o :-o

Arrogant Ignorance Indeed

Strange Times Indeed
For those who followed those “news not aired”, it is obvious he wasn’t elected neither the first time nor specially the second. Why? Because obviously, he is not what true Americans wanted in the first place. A failure from the start. The rejection was always there. The polls were low from the start. That’s why 911 saved his ass. But now, the discontent it is larger than it ever was. And it’s continuing to grow. Yes, many were originally fooled once, but were soon disillusioned. To me the worst time in my entire life was when we were under a completely preventable attack & he just sat there, like a goat. I could have told him what to do. A failure from the start, but he was placed there for the NWO, no doubt. The problem is now that there are too many “asses” on the line. There are too many careers in jeopardy, too many deaths, too many suicides, too many resignations, & too many have been caught. Too many mistakes were made, too many wrongs, too many “slips of the tongue,” & nothing, absolutely nothing good coming out of this whatsoever. The illusion of a “following” is obviously created by the “propaganda machine.” Notice how they make it seem as though they never make a mistake. It’s never on a negative note, never critical, & only when they want. All the news a filtered & created for effect. It’s not about “information.” It’s about “disinformation.” So, if he comes down, it’s because someone else decided to pull the floor from underneath, no doubt. But the show will go on… no doubt.

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