January 03, 2012

Pathetic Obama has signed this travesty into law with a mealy-mouthed "pledge" that he won't use it. THEN WHY SIGN IT, YOU FOOL? So that Romney can use it when you lose? Please join me in fighting this clear stripping away of our rights and contact your representatives relentlessly. We need to show them that we are paying attention--even when the bastard sneaks crap like this in on New year's Eve. Maybe you think Obama has done some good things which I'm not giving him credit for. Let's talk about those when this hideous action of his is undone. Power TO the people--not AWAY from them!


President Obama just signed the National Defense Authorization Act into law despite startling provisions that will allow the military to indefinitely detain American citizens.

It's a travesty, defying basic principles of justice and due process in perhaps the most extreme respect our nation has ever seen.

Thankfully, several lawmakers are keeping up the fight. Senator Dianne Feinstein has introduced legislation to undo these provisions of the NDAA, in the form of the Due Process Guarantee Act.

We need to urge other Senators to support it. Will you click here to ask your lawmakers to stand with us?

The Due Process Guarantee Act of 2011 amends the Non-Detention Act of 1971 by providing that a Congressional authorization for the use of military force does not authorize the indefinite detention—without charge or trial—of U.S. citizens who are apprehended domestically.

If there's enough of a public outcry, we have a real chance of making this happen:

More than 40 senators voted against the indefinite detention provisions of the NDAA -- and that was before the media and general public caught on to what was happening.

Please urge your Senators to remedy this terrible wrong. Just click here -- it'll only take a few seconds.