Friday, March 23, 2012

And the winner is...

Last December, Congress passed and President Obama signed the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), which gave President Obama the power to arrest and indefinitely detain, without formal charges, any United States citizen anywhere in the world. On March 16th, President Obama signed an executive order called National Defense Resources Preparedness, which essentially allows President Obama to declare martial law at any time, and allows several of his department heads to seize control of any private business or private property they choose, basically for any reason they choose, at any time they choose.

We need to remember that these powers that President Obama and his department heads have acquired, will be handed down to the next president and his or her department heads. It may be President Romney, or President Santorum, or President Palin, or some other president that we have never even considered.

That's the problem with giving so much power to the president or the government. Your guys don't always win. Contact your legislators now about these horrific assaults on our freedoms, and choose your candidates very carefully this fall. And ask yourself how much power you want the government to have if your team loses.


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