n a considerable setback for a president eager to ravage the due process rights of the American people, Federal Judge Kathleen Forrest granted a preliminary injunction on Wednesday, striking down those sections of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) of 2012 which sought to provide Barack Obama the power to indefinitely detain citizens without benefit of their 5th Amendment rights.
Signed very quietly into law on New Yearâ€™s Eve, the controversial Act has been roundly criticized as unconstitutional by groups on both the political left and right. Of greatest concern was Section 1021, which grants the United States military authority to exercise police powers on American soil. Upon order of the president and at his sole discretion, agents of the military are empowered to detain â€œuntil the end of hostilitiesâ€ anyone the president believes to have â€œsubstantially supportedâ€ al Qaeda, the Taliban, or â€œassociated forces.â€
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This is wonderful, wonderful news.Â So glad we have one Judge left who isn't about to let our Constitution be put into the hands of somebody who 1. isn't even American, wasn't born American, doesn't have the credentials he claims, they were all paid and bought for for him.
Michelle has often been heard saying this duffis was born in Kenya.Â The tracks can't be covered forever OBAMA your going to get found outÂ Â Â after all all these dead bodies showing up heart attacks or notÂ uhmmmm after so many drop dead you won't be worth the suite and tie your wearing.