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Old 03-21-2013, 06:43 AM   #1
DioraMoostebeers

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Default Rand John Simple Handedly Prevents Modification that Will Have Permitted the Federal Government to
Rand John Simple Handedly Prevents Modification that Will Have Permitted the Federal Government to Detain Americans Forever http://www.economicpolicyjournal.com...tops-bill.html Yesterday, Senator Rand Paul stopped the passing of a change that will have more eroded Americans’ constitutional rights. The National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal 2012 (S.1867), amendment No. 1274 might have permitted the U.S. government to detain an American citizen forever, despite they'd been tried and found not liable, until Congress expresses a finish to the war on terror. “Suspicion of committing a crime must result in your attempted justice. It'd be against every thing we have confidence in and fight for in The Usa to still permit the government to imprison you at their whim,” Sen, if conviction doesn't be supported by the evidence. John said. “Tonight, a was struck to fight against people who might simply take our liberty.” The change might have passed by voice vote, but this strategy was blocked by Sen. Paul’s doubt. Then he pushed a call vote, where the amendment was defeated, 41-59. Sen. John early in the day this week presented a change to officially end the war in Iraq. Even though that soldiers is likely to be taken off Iraq at the conclusion of the year, the change failed 30-67. Update: I see from the remarks that there surely is some confusion over what Senator Paul could achieve. The National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal 2012 (S.1867) approved. Senator Paul was just in a position to stop amendment No. 1274 mounted on the statement. Here the immediate phrasing in Senator Paul's declaration on the matter: Sen. Rand Paul stopped the passing of a change that will have more eroded Americans’ constitutional rights. Agreed to the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal 2012 (S.1867), amendment No. 1274 might have permitted the U.S. An end is declared by government to detain an American citizen indefinitely, even after they had been tried and found not guilty, until Congress to the war on terror. Without doubt, other procedures in the work handle the rights of Americans with extra disrespect. A battle haven't been won by senator Rand here, perhaps not the battle.
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