Violations of civil liberties continue
“American born, American-educated and American in heart and mind. No charges were filed, no hearing held, only the vague term 'military necessity' was used.”
One of the most disturbing lessons I've learned following 9/11 is that many people will go along with just about any government-imposed outrage if it's couched in the right terms and plays on their fears. via Clovis News Journal
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#1 Nov 26, 2007
Gee, I thought the most disturbing lesson of 9/11 was how vulnerable we are to terrorists, and how many innocents they are perfectly happy to kill to make their hideous point.
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