As Monster readers well know, there is absolutely nothing new in the MSM when it comes to the dog and pony shows that the media and politicians have been providing for months. Obama could murder people on the steps of the White House and nothing would happen to him so stop thinking that‘Fast and Furious’ is going somewhere. The republican presidential race, Bin Laden’s ‘death’, TSA and the FDA’s powergrabs, the economy, the debt ceiling dance; show, show, show, show. It’s all a show to keep you emotionally focused on the problems they have created instead of stopping and thinking outside the box for a solution to the globalists’ drive to plunge the world into chaos (and therefore, more control).
I believe this is an excellent time to keep one eye on the show (everybody knows Boehner and Obama are going to screw us because that’s what their masters want), meanwhile, it’s time to catch up on documentaries you may not have taken the time to watch previously and get those little grey cells firing on all cylinders. I personally know that the answer revolves around cutting off the supply of money going to the feds — just haven’t figured out a way to get enough Americans involved at the same time…..yet. (more…)
Please take the time to watch the whole video, as Ms. Maddow actually seems to be coming down from her koolaid high and has nailed all of the salient points. How many more times will I have to say “he’s a fascist dictator in the making” before everybody starts shaking off the socialist, marxist, and communist labels?
President Obama’s proposal for a new legal system in which terrorism suspects could be held in “prolonged detention” inside the United States without trial would be a departure from the way this country sees itself, as a place where people in the grip of the government either face criminal charges or walk free.
Still, the concept of preventive detention is at the very boundary of American law, and legal experts say any new plan for the imprisonment of terrorism suspects without trial would seem inevitably bound for the Supreme Court.
Mr. Obama has so far provided few details of his proposed system beyond saying it would be subject to oversight by Congress and the courts. Whether it would be constitutional, several of the legal experts said in interviews, would most likely depend on the fairness of any such review procedures.
Ultimately, they suggested, the question of constitutionality would involve a national look in the mirror: Is this what America does?