You claim not to be partisan but you quickly blame the President for signing the NDAA Act rather than vetoing it and sending it back over a selective part he disagree with. He has the authority not to use that part. Seems a reasonable thing to do rather than just tie the matter up in Congress to fight over. I hope he never uses that part and would ready agree as a layman that it is likely un-constitutional. But, neither you, I nor an elected politician has standing to take it to court. Likely the guy that may will be a prisoner represented by the ACLU.<quoted text>
As an American citizen, I believe that I have the right to blame the guy that signed legislation taking away my Constitutional right to due process.
I'd just like to see more people in this country think for themselves, that's all.
I would hope you vote for the best man/woman available regardless of political party.
I voted mostly Republican for many years and have stated the reason why today I have little use for the current crop of Republicans. Being a conservative donít equate to always being a Republican.
I am glad that you think for yourself and I would like to think that I do also although you would likely disagree that I do.
But you spent too much time messing with me over politics not to come across as extremely partisan but trying to hide as being above it all, being only concerned about the Constitution. You just canít quit peeing on my leg and trying to convince me itís raining. Some things one can identify by an distinct odor and a color of partisan politics.