Death of Freedom

The Bill of Rights, one of the most powerful and extraordinary documents well known to all Americans created not only to protect us as American’s, but also to give us a piece of mind in the country in which we are living in.

The Bill of Rights has now come to a catastrophic end with the President’s signing of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), a law that grants the U.S. military the “legal” right to conduct secret kidnappings of U.S. citizens, followed by indefinite detention, interrogation, torture and even murder.

This is all conducted completely outside the protection of law, with no jury, no trial, no legal representation and not even any requirement that the government produce evidence against the accused.

President Obama signed the United States into law on December 31, 2011; New Year’s Eve a time when most Americans were engaged in the consumption of alcohol. An appropriate time to get it signed, no intelligent American could agree with this bill if they were sober.

The bill passed the House 283 to 136. Remember, this was all done by the very President who promised to close Guantanamo Bay and end secret military prisons. Not only did Obama break that campaign promise (as he has done with nearly ALL his campaign promises), he did exactly the opposite and has now subjected all Americans to the possibility of government sponsored kidnapping.

Obama swore upon a Bible that he would “protect and defend the Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic,” and yet he himself has become the enemy of the Constitution by signing a law that abolishes the Bill of Rights. This makes one think who the real enemies are in the state, the citizens who are suspected of being terrorists or the very ones who created and passed this law.