Sunday, August 07, 2005

MUST-HAVE ADDITIONS TO PATRIOT ACT

In light of the London bombings, I felt it was necessary to propose some changes to the Patriot Act.

Since liberals have been calling Bush and everyone in his administration liars, which would have to included Kerry, Clinton and a slew of Democrats because they believed and said the same things about WMDs and since universities are forbidding the US military the right to recruit on their campus, and CBS and NYT have written factually false and misleading information in time of a declared war on terrorism giving aid and confort to the enemy, I’ve decided to propose to AG Alberto Gonzales that he add the following sections to the Patriot Act and implement them immediately.

Patriot Act Additions:

Section I

A. It is hereby proposed that any person, entity, organization, group, convocation or bodies of any kind that:

l. willfully make or convey false reports or false statements with intent to interfere with the operation or success of the military or naval forces of the United States;
2. willfully cause or attempt to cause, or incite or attempt to incite, insubordination, disloyalty, mutiny, or refusal of duty, in the military or naval forces of the United States;
3. willfully obstruct or attempt to obstruct the recruiting or enlistment services of the United States;
4. willfully utter, print, write, publish or send by wire or wirelessly any disloyal, profane, scurrilous, or abusive language about the form of government of the United States or the Constitution of the United States;

B. And it is further proposed that any employee (example: Joe Wilson) or official of the United States Government who commits any disloyal act or utters any unpatriotic or disloyal language, or who, in an abusive and violent manner criticizes the Army or Navy or the flag of the United States shall be at once dismissed from the service;

C. Thus, whoever shall by word or act support or favor the cause of any country or terrorist group with which the United States is at war or by word or act oppose the cause of the United States therein and defined in the above 5 examples, shall be punished by a fine of not more than $10,000,000 or the imprisonment for not more than twenty-five years to life, or both.


Section II

When the United States is at war, the Postmaster General/Attorney General shall upon satisfactory evidence apply Section 1 penalties to:

1. any person or concern that is using the mails, emails, faxes, copies of any variety thereof in violation of any of the provisions of this Act;
2. all mail, emails, faxes, or copies of any variety thereof shall be returned to the postmaster, ISP or fax sender at the address from which they were originated or stamped "Mail to this address undeliverable under Patriot Act" plainly written or stamped upon the outside thereof.

Section III

All communications using land lines, wireless connections, satellite relays or electronic devices including, but not exclusive to, cell phones, computers, fax machines, wireless or wired communication devices be subject to all the provisions of these additions to the Patriot Act.

Section IV

That by the determination and discretion of the president, any person so doing, as defined in these provisions, be jailed until said conclusion of the declaration of war at which time judicial determination can be rendered.

Don’t you think these should be the law of the land? Just in case you didn’t know. The majority of these proposals came straight from the Sedition Act of 1918 proposed by DEMOCRAT President Woodrow Wilson, passed by congress and singed into law by Wilson. Many were jailed with no trial and no objection by the press at the time was uttered. Obviously, since it was a Democrat, I think we should take a page out of his book for the War On Terror.

I have updated the language, added technical relevance but essentially the language and concepts are pasted right out of the Sedition act enacted by Wilson.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Geez, why not just repeal the Bill of Rights?

Fascist.

NewGnome said...

Dear Anonymous Fascist, Your comment illustrates you didn't read the whole story. These proposals were pasted directly from the 1918 Sedition Act of Woodrow Wilson, with an update as to language and equipment. Your response is a perfect example of the hypocrisy of the left. These assualts on liberty were proposed by the left, implemented by the left and those jail were jailed by a leftist president.

You're just incapable of understanding hypocritical irony with today's far left like Howard Deans, George Soros', Hillary Clintons and Ted Kennedys of the liberal world. Either that or you are to intellectually dense to understand it. NG

Anonymous said...

There they go using that word irony like it makes all the difference. Sounds like he got it right NG. What is your point or do you just prefer to talk in circles?

Anonymous said...

Sorry I meant to address Woodrow Wison Carver in that last comment.

NewGnome said...

Dear, Talking in circles...hummmmm...So you’re point is that
Wilson got it right and we should implement similar
laws jailing Americans who verbally disagree etc. The irony is
that liberals perpetually call the rather limited restrictions of the Patroit
Act a conservative plan to destroy democracy. America has
survived much worse restrictions imposed by a liberal Democrat
administration and survived. Democracy will survive the Patriot Act and
when we win the war on Terrorism, with the war won, the restrictions will be
removed.