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The US Constitution – A Reality Check

March 27, 2011
Brasscheck TV
3/27/2011

Hint: It’s in bad shape

There’s been so much news lately, this “little item” flew under my radar until now.

New law…If you’re tried for a crime and acquitted, you can still spend the rest of your life in jail by order of the Supreme Leader.

How is this possible?

Learn about the latest “innovation” from the Bushbama administration.

3 Comments leave one →
  1. vaproto permalink
    March 28, 2011 7:42 am

    The situation at Gitmo is a prime example of what happens when justice is not speedily carried out. The people interned there should have received military trials (they were, after all, considered prisoners of war, not criminals) and then sentenced according to the verdict. If acquitted, they should have been released as is just. However, we’ve released some and then found they have rejoined the very armies arrayed against us while others we have held without trial as the government dickers away at whether they are “felons” or POWs. As a result, the situation has only gotten worse. If they were taken prisoner in the first place and not just shot on the battlefield, then the normal routine should have been followed. Now everyone is so confused and angry at what is (correctly) considered a LACK of justice for the nation (not the detainee) that it is fairly easy for Obama to carry forth this sort of insanity.

    I would suggest that two old sayings come into play here: the first is this – justice delayed is justice denied. Those who have been killed and maimed by jihaddhists had a right to expect justice to be meted out to those responsible. It hasn’t happened and so they are rightfully angry and will probably accept this sort of thing as a sop to offset the failure of the system. The second saying is this – “hard cases make bad laws.” How many laws are on the books that relate to various sad and apocryphal stories about injustice? How many times has “the government” attempt to prevent a repeat of these accounts through ill conceived legislation? Roe v. Wade was supposed to prevent the 1oo,ooo or so “illegal abortions” committed annually in the US before 1873; it resulted in 1.6 MILLION abortions annually since that time. Was this the intention of the Supreme Court? According to those Justices questioned, no that was NOT the intention – but that is what happened. If one wishes to know how wrong a law can go, consider the consequences of carrying it to its most absurd and ridiculous lengths and know that it will be right there in a matter of years from the time of its passage. It won’t be Guantanamo detainees who will find themselves eternally imprisoned, but average Americans who make the mistake of getting in Washington’s bad book.

  2. Rwolf permalink
    March 27, 2011 2:53 pm

    If Congress approves Obama’s categories of people likely to engage in violent acts, overnight millions of lawful U.S. activists and out spoken Americans could be subject to arrest, Indefinite Prolonged Detention. When you examine Obama’s May 2010 national security speech, it appears Obama wants retroactive power to incarcerate anyone U.S. Government claims had (prior) supported violent acts on the premise that person is likely to support violent acts in the future: no subsequent conviction necessary. U.S. activists would be extremely vulnerable to indefinite detention because no activist can control what another activist or group might do illegally they communicate or network with domestically or overseas. Government would only have to allege a person, organization or blogger might support or commit a violent act in the future to order Preventative Detention of U.S. Citizens with no evidence whatsoever. Americans would be afraid to speak out.

    Is the Fourth Amendment Dead? Americans Now Threatened by Government NO Warrant Radiation Exposure—

    If history repeats itself, corrupt governments may use X-Ray Scanners to target and cause cancer in Citizens deem politically undesirable. Government and police need only (repeatedly X-ray” a “person of interest” at checkpoints, e.g., Airports, Train & Bus Stations or when walking on the street to potentially cause their death from accumulated radiation. The Nazis used national emergency as a premise to (repeatedly target), search and detain Germans considered politically undesirable or morally unfit boarding and taking trains. The Nazi Military/Police intentionally delayed targeted Citizens so they would be late or miss work. As a result many Citizens lost there jobs and could not survive. In the U.S., one can’t help but wonder if subsequently, outspoken Americans/writers considered dissidents or combatants by U.S. Government, might also be constantly harassed, questioned by TSA and police when driving to work, at checkpoints, or stopped when walking, forced to endure without warrants, pat downs and X-ray scans. The Obama government recently ordered 500 X-ray vans that Government/Police will use to X-Ray Citizens’ and peer through their homes and vehicles, exposing Americans and their families to radiation. The government and police will view Citizens of interests in their bedrooms. Americans need to ask Obama if independent studies were conducted to determine if Citizens could develop cancer if (repeatedly bombarded) by police X-ray scans; including duration of open shutter time, the time x-rays for instance are allowed to penetrate a person or someone’s home. The press recently reported that X-ray scans now being used at airports are 10-times greater that what U.S. Government told the American People.

    Obama’s X-Ray Vans can ALSO be used by the military or police to secure perimeters to control civil unrest and instances of revolt, to screen and stop Citizens carrying guns, cameras; any item. Does Obama expect Americans to revolt?

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