Wednesday, November 25, 2009

AG Holder: Due Process Not Necessary

In my previous posts of gun control advocates, legislators and administrators who think that due process is a thing of the past, I neglected to include one very important one.

Attorney General Holder:

Yes, we will support that legislation. It sems incongruous to me that we would bar certain people from flying on airplanes because they are on a terrorist watch list and yet we would still allow them to possess weapons. I think that the legislation that was initially proposed by the Bush administration was well concieved and we will continue to support that.

Still feel that "Hope and Change"?


Turk Turon said...

What next? Warrantless searches of homes of people whose names are on The List? Compelling people on The List to testify against themselves? The news says that there are about 400,000 people on the list, but only about 10% of them are in the U.S.

Unknown said...

"Still feel that "Hope and Change"?"


PolyKahr said...

"The news says that there are about 400,000 people on the list, but only about 10% of them are in the U.S."

But don't you wonder how the "news" knows this? Nobody is allowed to see the list, or know how someone's name got on it. Perhaps they are just repeating something someone told them?


Anonymous said...

Just for clarification. Warrantless searches are already happening in the U.S. on quite a regular basis. I personally witnessed a corrupt judge rule, "there was sufficient probable cause to justify a WARRANTLESS SEARCH." This was happening under the Bush Admin too! That misnomered "Patriot Act" bullshit again.

I don't get how the Congress and Admin think they can legislate away Constitutional/fundamental human rights. They CAN'T legitimately. They are SUPPOSE to do a Constitutional Convention to change the requirements of the Constitution. Legislation by itself does not a Constitutional Amendment make.

These ass breath MFers should be rounded up and fed to the hogs.


Crotalus said...

I believe that Rep (Sen?) Mcluskey said it best, when asked by Judge Napolitano whether a particular item passed by Congress was unconstitutional, to wit: "Most of what Congress does is unconstitutional, but we do it anyway."

Nothing left but a new American Revolution or slavery. Which will it be, people?