Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Voters Rebel against Treasonous Congressmen

     Montana has fired a shot that is likely to be heard across the United States, as irate voters move to recall senators and congressmen who have betrayed their trust. In early December a majority of United States senators and representatives voted for the highly controversial National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), which even its supporters say will suspend several provisions of the Bill of Rights.  
     The NDAA, signed by Barack Obama on December 15, 2011, presumes to authorize military troops and federal officials to arrest and hold indefinitely and without charges or trial, anyone—including American citizens—suspected of being a terrorist. The legal definition of the word terrorist is left undefined and is up to the discretion of the military, federal officials, or anyone acting at the behest of the military or federal officials.
     Most supporters of the act say that it merely “codifies” what the federal government has been doing since the passage of the USA PATRIOT Act—meaning that it provides a fig leaf of legality for shredding several provisions of the Bill of Rights. The NDAA is a flagrant violation of the Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, and Seventh Amendments to the United States Constitution, and it puts a chilling effect on the free exercise of the First, Second, Ninth, and Tenth Amendments. (To read the Bill of Rights for yourself, click here.
     Many of the NDAA's supporters have taken pains to conceal their authoritarian intentions.  One of the NDAA’s major supporters, Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC), has come out of the closed and openly revealed that the NDAA will do everything its critics say it will do. Graham announced that it was necessary to “bring the War on Terror to American soil.”  

     Several top supporters of NDAA openly defend the provisions for secret torture techniques.  In their rationale for abolishing of the Bill of Rights, they imply that anyone who is held and tortured is automatically guilty even without being charged with a crime.  Here's what these sadistic fiends have to say in their defense of tyranny:

     As for whether Americans suspected of being terrorists should be tortured, Graham talks out of both sides of his mouth.

     When Senators Lieberman, Graham, and others posture about detaining “members” of “al Qaeda,” they make it sound as though al Qaeda really exists—other than a CIA front for false flag terror attacks—that al Qaeda issues membership cards, and that the detainee provisions of NDAA are limited to al Qaeda. Nothing could be further from the truth.
     Civil libertarians of all political stripes are concerned at the wording of the act—and the wording is what counts, and not the excuses the authors of the act offer for the NDAA’s detainee provisions for American citizens. Here is what conservative Judge Andrew Napolitano has to say: 

     Some of the most blistering criticisms of this policy come from the far left. Here are MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow’s comments on Obama’s speech justifying—I’m not making this up—“prolonged, preventive detention.” 
    Notice the date of the broadcast; Obama had been planning this travesty at least as early as four months after he entered the Oval office.
     I hope you listened to Obama’s remarks in the Rachel Maddow broadcast. He and his handlers want to put people in prison indefinitely and without charges, not only because of what they may have done, but because of what they may do in the future.  
     More recently, commentator and Obama supporter Keith Olbermann condemned the measure, pointing out that it was opposed by libertarian Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) and liberal Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA). Feinstein ended up voting for the bill anyway. The bill was also opposed by the top leadership of the FBI, the CIA, and other security and intelligence agencies. Nonetheless, the Senate approved the bill 63 to 38, and Obama signed it into law. 

     What qualifies as you as a possible future domestic terrorist? According to the FBI Joint TerrorismTask Force, you may be a domestic terrorist if you “make numerous references to the Constitution.” (PDF) 
     You may also be a domestic terrorist if you buy something from a military surplus store and  “insist on paying with cash.” (PDF) 
     Other suspected terrorists include libertarians, home schoolers, and people who “fear Big Brother government” or are “concerned” about their “privacy.” (link) 
     In response to the passage of the NDAA, citizens of Montana have started a recall movement against Senators Max Baucus (D) and John Tester (D), and against Representative Denny Rehberg (R), who voted for the bill.
     Currently eighteen states allow recall initiatives, usually if the voters offer compelling reasons for the recall. They are Alaska, Oregon, Rhode Island, Washington, Wisconsin, Georgia, Idaho, Kansas, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Nevada, California, Arizona, Colorado, New Jersey, and North Dakota. Here’s how. 
     A vote for the NDAA is reason enough for a recall, according to Article 3 Section 3 Clause One of the United States Constitution. It reads, “Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying War against them, or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort. No Person shall be convicted of Treason unless on the Testimony of two Witnesses to the same overt Act, or on Confession in open Court.”
     Every member of the U.S. House of Representatives is up for reelection in 2012. To see whether your congressman voted to make war against the American people, see the official tally. (here) 
     For a list of senators who treasonously voted for the NDAA, see the official tally according to the United States Senate: (here) 
     One third of the United States Senate is up for reelection in 2012. Of that number, here’s a list of traitors hope to be reelected in 2012.  In bold type, you'll find the ones from states allowing recall initiatives: Roger Wicker (R-MS), Orrin Hatch (R-UT), John Barrasso (R-WY), Jon Kyl (R-AZ), Richard Lugar (R-IN), Bob Corker (R-TN), Olympia Snowe (R-ME), Scott Brown (R-MA), John Ensign (R-NV), Texas (Open Seat), Nelson (NE)North Dakota (open seat)Tester (MT)McCaskill (MO),   Nelson (FL),  Webb (VA), Brown (OH), Manchin (WV), Casey (PA), Kohl (WI)Stabenow (MI), Cantwell (WA)Bingaman (NM) (pending retirement decision), Open Seat (CT), Akaka (HI), (pending recruitment), Whitehouse (RI) (pending recruitment), Menendez (NJ) (pending recruitment), Feinstein (CA)Gillibrand (NY),  Cardin (MD), Carper (DE),  Klobuchar (MN).


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