law to imprison Americans embedded in Defense Authorization Bill

The U.S. Senate is considering the unthinkable: changing detention laws to imprison people — including Americans living in the United States itself — indefinitely and without charge.

The Defense Authorization bill — a "must-pass" piece of legislation — is headed to the Senate floor with troubling provisions that would give the President — and all future presidents — the authority to indefinitely imprison people, without charge or trial, both abroad and inside the United States.

Urge your Senators to oppose sections 1031 and 1032 of the Defense Authorization bill.

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Yep ...this vote goes down tomorrow 11/29/11. Contact your congresspeople, People!



    I sent an email to my senator this morning 11/29/2011. I stated in a very clear concise  manner that he CANNOT vote for this monstrosity. I don't know if it did any good, but at least I tried.

The Udall amendment failed this afternoon. Guess it is in the veto hands of oilbama now.

Sick,unbelievable? I wish there was a button dislike. I 'm not bashing the info or writer. I just can not press like on a serious messed up bill. Lisa K

   Lisa, it only gets worse. In that same bill was a provision to render sodomy and beastiality legal.  As time goes on we are probably going to hear more bs coming out of  this and other bills those turncoats in washington are cranking out. Make no mistake, these acts are intentional, these bastards want nothing more than to destroy this country. As for myself, I am going to pray harder than ever before and become a lot more active in the Oathkeepers. The oathkeepers is an organization whereby we encourage all veterans and law enforcement officers to adhere to the oath we took upon enlistment, not the people in government. You can read more about them at




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