Burial of Democracy

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From the beginning of time man has had to live by some sort of laws. After the Revolutionary War, we strive to make a better place to live. Wherein we came up with the Constitution: a set of guides and amendments to govern us.

Today is the most horrendous day of the 21st century, it makers he death of our Constitution. The  President swore an oath to uphold and protect the Constitution of the United States, not rewrite it.

But on March 3rd 2012, the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) goes into effect. When this
happens, the 4th,5th, and 6th Amendments are thrown out of the Constitution. No more search warrants, no pleading the 5th against self incrimination, and no more speedy trials.

Mr. President, you have put over 300 million American citizens’ Life, Liberty, and Pursuit of Happiness in jeopardy of with the United States Armed Forces. Our well being and our freedom are in danger.

It seems strange that they decide to implement the NDAA during the Occupation movement. Somebody must be getting scared. Time Magazine named a protester Person of the Year, and the new Batman movie and Tom Clancy’s Rainbow 6 video game series has made us out as villains.

NDAA provides for a reality where anybody can turn in their neighbors to the police because they
don’t like them or don’t like their politics or religion. This reminds me of a man back in Russia in the 1920s.

Never before in over 50 years have we faced an enemy in our own country made of our brothers and sisters in one of the mightiest armed forces in the world. (The United States Armed Forces)

Frosty plans to be demonstrating against the NDAA on Saturday, March 3 at 3 p.m in front of the White House. A similar protest will be held at the same time in Dallas TX.

Issues |Civil Rights|Political commentary

Region |Washington DC

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