Article Image
IPFS News Link • Police State

Romney Would Sign NDAA

During the latest “debate” in South Carolina, Mitt Romney said that if he were president he would sign the the National Defense Authorization Act.

Prior to his recent assertion that it is perfectly normal to dispense with the Fourth Amendment and suspend habeas corpus, Romney said he wasn’t up to speed on the law and promised to post an analysis on his website, which he never did.

Romney said you don’t have the “right to join a group that has challenged America” and then mentioned al-Qaeda, the terror group that the FBI admits poses little threat to the nation.

The NDAA, however, is not about indefinitely detaining Muslim cave dwellers. It’s about disappearing American citizens who oppose the bankster cartel now in control of the government.

The law is a “violent and sudden usurpation” of the Constitution of the sort James Madison warned about. The founders considered habeas corpus the most fundamental of rights because it insured that the executive branch could not hold people without cause. It was so important the founders included it in Article 1, Section 9, Clause 2 of the Constitution.

Truman tried to veto the Internal Security Act of 1950 that codified indefinite detention without trial but he was overturned by Congress.Truman said it was “the greatest danger to freedom of speech, press, and assembly” since the Alien and Sedition Laws of 1798 and represented a “mockery of the Bill of Rights” and was a “long step toward totalitarianism.”

5 Comments in Response to

Comment by Venancio Tan
Entered on:

If you are NOT a terrorist, and you are free to enjoy your freedom to hate and criticize the Government as you do now, are you saying that NDAA was passed purposedly to detain you? Now, that's really RETARDED.

Comment by Psychictaxi
Entered on:

ONCE AGAIN all we need is 'Ernie's Magical Formula':

"There are two kinds of people in this world; those who want to be left alone, and those that JUST WON'T LEAVE THEM ALONE."

Reading these comments, it's easy to see just who is who.

Keep talking 'control and ownership' of others, and you will eventually FALL UNDER THE CONTROL MATRIX YOU CREATE.

Naomi Wolfe sees this:

Now, call some more names!  Something more exotic than 'ignorant' and 'retard' would be less repetitive.  Show your colors!


Comment by PureTrust
Entered on:

Recorded at:
near the bottom.

Or check the whole think in the comments at

"I'll look. Tell me about the lizards."

Ford shrugged again.

"Some people say that the lizards are the best thing that ever happened to them," he said. "They're completely wrong of course, completely and utterly wrong, but someone's got to say it."

Comment by Ufactdirt
Entered on:

It looks like only those for Ron Paul has this fancy, if not funny but dangerous idea that NDAA was passed by Congress purposely to catch and detain Americans that “oppose the bankster cartel” [“bankster cartel” (???) which does not even exist, but only in the imagination! That’s a miss of the target by more than a mile.


 NDAA is a national security law, bimbo … meant to prevent the execution of the plot of those planning to destroy the State. Also Congress passed this law to catch Al Qaeda terrorists that hide in the dark side of freedom… and in the shadow of the Statue of Liberty, in a manner of speaking!


NDAA is also for freedom terrorists that kill in the name of freedom – like the freedom to drink unsafe bacteria-contaminated raw milk in the bayou and as afflicted suicide-terrorists intentionally spread the outbreak of Salmonella, E. Coli and Listeria among the population. The scourge is a WMD that kills you and me, your family and mine, similar to a bio-warfare attack that NDAA seeks to prevent.


It might be too difficult for you to comprehend this light of knowledge for survival that I am switching on, especially if this mental weakness that you have is congenital, but as you can see, I am trying very hard to make you understand. If website censorship to protect anti-government terrorists is not part of the problem, you would have more information you need.


Comment by Venancio Tan
Entered on:

Romney is the man.


 Romney has the best answer when asked if as president he would sign NDAA into law. He quickly said yes. That’s the president we want!

Here in this website, opposition to NDAA is brainless. It is stupid for anyone to say that the NDAA law was passed purposely to detain Americans who enjoy their liberty to criticize the Government. That’s retarded. 

Romney had the patience to explain to ignorant hecklers in the audience that NDAA is for people who joined the cause of Al Qaeda, as well as radical groups who attack the Government “which is treason” according to him.  I endorse that statement.

On the other hand, Ron Paul tried to explain his ignorance when he said he was for cutting the defense budget and military spending. Then somersaulted by differentiating the difference between military spending and defense spending … and tried to excuse his foul up by saying that he was not really for cutting but in fact for increasing the defense budget; he is only for cutting military spending.

There is no difference, only his radical demeanor and anti-government aggression make the difference. Only his supporters, whose level of intelligence tells us, that defending Al Qaeda in 911 [which Ron Paul did] is not the same as defending terrorism. The listening public is not that stupid. 

Is RP aware that when he cuts the budget for DND soldiers, veterans and their families are adversely affected? It is obvious that he is not.

Does he know that our DND budget is already very low compared to that of several previous years when in fact today the threat to our national security is more severe than the threat we have had in those previous years when our DND budgets were even higher? No, this is only for those who knew.  No, he has no idea at all when he opened his mouth to protest against national security funding.

Bear in mind that the enemy is not only from outside but also from within. The number of our national security laws MUST continue to INCREASE. The Patriot Act and the NDAA are but the latest major ones after the-Walter Act, the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, the Anti-terrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act and still a host of others.

More are coming in the days ahead.  SOFA and PIPA are to follow NDAA. The passing of the increasing number of national security laws rises in tandem with the rising attacks against the State, and as well as against the proliferation of civil rights movements joining the cause of terrorists, which threatens our national security.

We must understand that honestly, rather than roll over our eyeballs in such display of despicable cynicism.

In my published writings, I have said this again and again, and I must say it again that it is so foolish to ignore the reality that after 911, we are still alive today because we are protected by those national security laws. We are still around to protest the infringement of our individual liberty when in fact the national security measures we are protesting against, are for the survival of the liberty of all us – not only the liberty to protest, but above all, the right to live.

The Internet had widened the area of those vicious attacks against the State and the threat to our national security, mostly bordering on treason; it had also dangerously increased economic sabotages as well as the superfluity of market frauds and copyright infringement [hence SOFA and PIPA are about to become law next to NDAA].

Why do we deserve those sleepless nights turning over in our bed? We must know that the situation had changed drastically. Don’t go any further to know where our insecurity is coming from. We don’t have them before. But today we have – not just Ron Paul … and a lot more of their look-alikes. So don’t tell me that NDAA is from hell … that it was passed by Congress for the purpose of killing us. That’s a lot of BSsss! VT


Anarchapulco 2023