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To: DTogo
Made part of the Constitution, along with:

The Bill of Rights applies ONLY to U.S. citizens and legal resident aliens.

2 posted on 06/13/2005 10:23:30 AM PDT by Red Badger (It's not up to the gov't to give you an education. It's up to you to take it from them......)
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To: Red Badger
Nope. Don't exclude anyone.

You could become a terrorist if you want to.

Make everybody be under the patriot act and make it even more harsh.

Put people in prison for anything I say. Put them in for J walking. Terrorism could raise its ugly head with J walking. We could find that terrorists J walk. Or even spit on the sidewalk.

I think we should put people in prison for spitting on the sidewalk. We could catch terrorists because they could spit on the sidewalk.

We should make speeding a terrorist act.

Many terrorists could be speeding and we could catch them if we make it part of the patriot act.

We should not sunset anything. Allow this law to be the law of the land.

Make posting on Free Republic a terrorist act.

I'm sure that there are some people who are terrorists that post here.

Lets make everything a federal crime punnishable by the patriot act.

After all, if even one person could be saved by the patriot act, then it should be law.

{By the way, isn't this what the left says about gun control?}

109 posted on 06/13/2005 11:46:11 AM PDT by Radioactive (I'm on the radio..so I'm radioactive)
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To: Red Badger; handy old one; Huck; coloradan; pbrown; Dan from Michigan; reagandemocrat; ...
Red Badger: Made part of the Constitution, along with: The Bill of Rights applies ONLY to U.S. citizens and legal resident aliens.

I agree!

handy old one: The biggest problem is who the government see as a problem.

I find your answer, problematic.

Coloradan: Fighting words are already illegal. What sorts of additional restrictions on free speech do you think would help prosecute the war on terrorism?

Those that incite violence or give aid and comfort to the enemy.

pbrown: I agree. They can't use the freedom of speech as a Trojan horse to whip up anti-American feelings.

Yep! If you have an agenda, put it on the table.

Dan from Michigan: I voted to eliminate it. If we have to live in a police state, the terrorists win.

True, but I think we're still very far away froma police state, and we still have the 2nd Amendment, something I do NOT want tampered with.

Reagandemocrat: I agree with Huck. Pull back.

Corpus interruptus? ;)

Age of Reaon: I got an idea better than the patriot act. How about we stay out of foreign entanglements?

When they leave us alone, OK, but that's tough nowadays.

colorcountry: Yeah, I voted expanded too, which to me meant extended also. I still want it to be temporary (as the need for resticted freedoms is necessary in time of war).

Yeah, only during war, which I wish we'd declare someday...

phoenix_004: Permanent...Threat of islamic terrorism is real and here to stay!!!! We have no option but to defend america and in doing so if we have to forgo some rights then so be it.

I don't see where we're giving up any rights with the P.A. to begin with, unless it were abused, which would be the same with any law/act.

211 posted on 06/13/2005 7:19:29 PM PDT by DTogo (U.S. out of the U.N. & U.N out of the U.S.)
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