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posted by Ravenbear in In The News

NDAA and section 1020

September 27, 2012

Why is the left not upset with the NDAA and section 1020.. It blows my mind that the left who screams about freedom would be for holding people without trial and indefinitely.. I just do not understand.. And Obama signed it and when a judge struck it down they appealed in within hours.. I do not get it.. Also the DOJ refused to answer the judges questions.. What gives left are you so blind that you think this is a good idea? This is something you blame on the right all the time, but this time it is a DEM president doing it and you could care less you are truly sheep..
Oh by the way I hate Aljazerra, but the main stream media has said nothing on it..

http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/opinion/2012/08/201282392637358491.html

http://www.aclu.org/blog/tag/ndaa
I can go on but you get the point and you sheep want to keep him in power.. he signed the damn thing.. And I do not care how many GOP voted for it.. He could have vetoed it..

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