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@West Texan, I think we all agree more than disagree. I also misstated earlier when I said the U.S. central government has enumerated "rights." The People (maybe the States) have "rights", NOT the central government. It has limited and enumerated "powers." That makes it an inherently dangerous beast, as our Founders realized. The problem with something like this is, any despot gets to define who a "terrorist" is. Heck, as an Irishman, I could have been defined a terrorist fifty years ago if I stood with one side or the other in the Irish fight. You could today be defined a terrorist for believing that individuals, and not militia, were the subject of the 2nd amendment. I don't care what the danger to the life and limb of the innocent, EVERY citizen MUST be afforded all their constitutional rights (yes, even a home grown al Quada terrorist). The greater danger is the loss of liberty for us all!
3 years, 2 months ago on Nullify the NDAA: Virginia House Bill 1160
@West Texan The Federal Government, not the states, has "enumerated rights." All other rights are inherent to the people and the States. Learn your Constitution...