As with Allen West the only thing that matters to me is a persons actions not his words... Both voted against liberty and for Stalinism
No, they did no such thing. You are deceived by a raft load of ignorance piled upon foolishness, Ron Paul’s blind delusions, and the Progressive lawyers efforts to divide the conservative community.
Indefinite detention and the suspension of the writ of habeus corpus serves legitimate and humane purposes when applied as intended by the Founding Fathers and the Constitution’s provisions for it. To blindly and ignorantly denounce these age old laws without understanding their benefits as well as their risks only plays into the hands of the very people you fear most.
There are certain aspects of the legislation which deserve concern, but the protests of outrage over indefinite detention and the suspension of the writ of habeus corpus are irrational given their continuous existence since the Constitution was adopted in 1787.
Everyone needs to back off and learn enough about these laws to understand how they came into existence, why they exist, how they affect the welfare of our own prisoners of war, the effect they may have upon a renegade domestic government abusing the civil liberties of U.S. citizens, and the reasons why blind criticism of these types of laws wrongly divides the confidence in the conservative legislators supporting this legislation.
In other words, if anyone thinks it is necessary or rightful to criticize this legislation, they need to take personal responsibility for becoming properly informed and knowing what the potential consequences may be from blindly criticizing and neglecting other aspeccts of the legislation receiving no attention.
sorry to learn of your warpped perspective.....