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I support our president
January 8, 2012
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Obama Suspends First Amendment Rights
The U.S. Coast Guard has been directed by the Obama administration to suspend the First Amendment in the Gulf of Mexico.

President Obama signed the National Defense Appropriation Act, a law that ends the 4th Amendment in the United States unless the Supreme Court overturns it.

He offered this explanation.

The fact that I support this bill as a whole does not mean I agree with everything in it. In particular, I have signed this bill despite having serious reservations with certain provisions that regulate the detention, interrogation, and prosecution of suspected terrorists.
Here is a man with a law degree telling us that he signed a bill into law, despite serious reservations. Who cares what reservations he has? He signed it into law.

You support this?

January 8, 2012
6:43 pm
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"squints1966" wrote:
Here is a man with a law degree telling us that he signed a bill into law, despite serious reservations. Who cares what reservations he has? He signed it into law.

You support this?

That's my position as well. He signed it, so his reservations mean squat. His word means squat as well. He can always go against "his word" and be within "the law" he signed into being. How anyone could support this is beyond me.

January 8, 2012
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"Rykuss" wrote: [quote="squints1966"]
Here is a man with a law degree telling us that he signed a bill into law, despite serious reservations. Who cares what reservations he has? He signed it into law.

You support this?

That's my position as well. He signed it, so his reservations mean squat. His word means squat as well. He can always go against "his word" and be within "the law" he signed into being. How anyone could support this is beyond me.

i dont believe our bill of rights matters on the ' high seas '. (international waters.)

im concerned . ( NDAA ) (i think it shall be overturned.).
the reason to sign the bill. is once, its overturned , it will be alot harder to rear its ugly head.

i also think hes pissing domestic radicals off. and, hes put his life and family in jeapordy. he should triple the guard immediatly. im not talking lone wolves either. but, an group insurrection and attack. maybe radical christans. i still support our president. (opinion)

you two hated him for reasons other than constitutional issues before ?

again, i like some of ron pauls ideas. a throw away vote ? too old for office ? his non engagement overseas is an deal breaker for me ( one reason).

consider this : once overturned ... hes a thinker guys. think strategically. ( obama).

January 8, 2012
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the republicans are moot. non electable. the debate was pointless.
very telling how ' the subject of Iran was footnoted '. not mentioning Israel,
north Korea and the real nuclear threat. ( radio)

I'll be watching for the republican guard to do anything to steal this election.

they sounded like children. I got the impression they were so coached .

playing to their own individual strengths .( lack substance) like ,little monkeys

do. besides , Obama has the 'best sense of humor'. ( contest that.)

muy impotante.

January 9, 2012
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"ricardo" wrote: you two hated him for reasons other than constitutional issues before ?

You aren't seriously going to play that card, are you? No, I don't hate him nor did I vote for him. This isn't just some silly old piece of legislation here, this is quite serious. If you trust him enough not to go back on his word, that's fine. There was a time when a man's word meant something but this is a politician we're dealing with here. I respect the office of the president, that's how I was raised.

I'm simply voicing my concern over this piece of legislation that he signed into being. That doesn't equate to being disrespectful or hate speech. I'm of the opinion that he shouldn't have signed it if it concerned him as well. He'd have at least saved face if he'd gone down swinging for the constitution. Unfortunately, fighting for your constituent's isn't a popular pastime in our government.

January 11, 2012
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"Rykuss" wrote: [quote="ricardo"]you two hated him for reasons other than constitutional issues before ?

You aren't seriously going to play that card, are you? No, I don't hate him nor did I vote for him. This isn't just some silly old piece of legislation here, this is quite serious. If you trust him enough not to go back on his word, that's fine. There was a time when a man's word meant something but this is a politician we're dealing with here. I respect the office of the president, that's how I was raised.
I'm simply voicing my concern over this piece of legislation that he signed into being. That doesn't equate to being disrespectful or hate speech. I'm of the opinion that he shouldn't have signed it if it concerned him as well. He'd have at least saved face if he'd gone down swinging for the constitution. Unfortunately, fighting for your constituent's isn't a popular pastime in our government.

no rykuss, not race card. ( issues.) he has shifted the ultimate
responsibility to the supreme court. he's no king ( dictatorial) rule by decree)
I agree w/ you. ( ndaa ) but I have seen this before, carjacking the constitution
legislation to proselytise to the people , and quite effectively ' usher ' us to the republican pulpit. may I please vote in a building I'm not forced to convert or confess my sins.? ( I asked a waitress recently when they are taught government
in the curricula. she replied an junior or sen. in high school. ) explains why
people touting our " roots" as strictly Christian theology never meet/ read of the many slave owner signatories of the constitution and bill of rights. :wall:

January 11, 2012
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I support education that teaches separation of church and state, perhaps digressing some, but pertaining to his staying power. an education affords
an increased understanding of our unique form of govt that allows ' preservation
of culture, religion, and to love as we choose to love ' free from persecution
of oppressive governments. ( and yeah, life should be an love in before during and after education.) the church/ it doesn't negate it's existence nor piety.

your comments are appreciated . let the people see the real supreme court.
then you can blame them for not overturning ndaa. he's playing a difficult
hand he was delt...

I can not remember an president treated so disrespectfully concerning his swearing in, state of the union, and birth origin. (pathetic )

as far as decree . he's got a budget and executive power to weld - more power to him , baby!

January 11, 2012
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it would be really trippy to envision ndaa as an tool to root out
foreign governmental influence. from so called allied nations. spy gear
has many uses. 😎

the duel track of American foreign policy rears its ugly head w/ Israel.
the policy of political assassination does not bode well for ' civil diplomatic
recourse' now does it ?

it's karmic. you get what you give. I can only imagine. the shell game of nuclear
( detonatable) warheads on an working device. ( deliverable) what historians
shall write, of israelian apocalyptic yearnings . through lack of ' negotiation '
or realistic coexistence. an once promising nation state of Israel; home to
the dispossessed people's of the world, founded by Jewish immigrants fleeing oppression.
:wave:

January 11, 2012
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it's not too late. I ask that israelians consider working diligently to
enable an withdrawal israeli cities , that reside on / in Palestinian
territories. ➡

moving forward, Jordan and Egypt must work w/ Israel in presenting an
an expanded area partitioned from Jordan proper to enable the formation of
an Palestinian state . to allow immediately the repatriation of dispossessed
palestianians from refugee ' holding camps'

I believe these actions to be internationally acceptable. the character of
middle east states is tenuous given demographic realities. current ' Swiss cheese'
on the ground . (temporary)
cont...

January 16, 2012
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I'm looking forward to Obama being re elected for another 4 years. I'm excited
about the help his crew is extending to vets. ( job programs- medical collective
for vets- and consolidation of duplicitous govt agencies.) for all )

I'm looking at just how I can support our elected president. besides my vote.
and spreading the word. I'm going to contribute ideas through govt open and public websites that facilitate change. and avoid ones that stagnate ideas.
or stifle political dessent.

power to the people !

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