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Federal Government Takes Final Step to Suspend Constitution

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Featuring Rep. Ron Paul and Rep. Justin Amash | In what can only be considered a tragic irony, the U.S. Senate passed out of the final conference committee the controversial National Defense Authorization Act of 2012, coinciding with the 220th Anniversary of the ratification of the Bill of Rights. Section 1031 of the National Defense Authorization Act otherwise known as the NDAA, provides broad authority for the federal government to use the military in domestic operations in order to detain Americans indefinitely and without trial. Such a move not only whitewashes the natural rights of Americans, whereby even publicly criticizing the federal government can now rise to the purposefully vague definition of a "belligerent act", it also sits in direct violation of "Posse Comitatus" an 1878 law forbidding use of the military at home and against Americans. With the bill now clearing both House and Senate conference committees as of this yesterday, the only hope at this point to halt the leg

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Comment by Temper Bay
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From the writings of Veteratoris -

'Those in power who suspend the Constitution, through legislation, fiat, or force forfeit their right to its protections and suffer the wrath of any Freeman.'