drieuxster (drieuxster) wrote,
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Should God Hating America Bashers Be Allowed to use The Courts To Destroy America?

This is a central part of the problem that has been raised in the recent posturing of the 9th Circuit, where they seem to believe that the 1978 FISA were in some way a law like related activitiy, and that this should be allowed as if it were law like stuff, to prevent the state from protecting itself from the sort of RINO, AND DISSEDENT TERRORISTS, who may not believe it is their obligation to vote BushCheney2008, as their Religious Obligations so clearly and compellingly mandate!!!!

I mean, we clearly have to work that out:
But rather than dismissing the suit, the court returned the case to U.S. District Judge Vaughn Walker in San Francisco and said he should decide whether Congress created an alternate route to challenge secret surveillance - a 1978 law regulating wiretapping of suspected foreign terrorists and spies.

That law, the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, was prompted by a post-Watergate congressional investigation that found federal spy agencies had for decades conducted surveillance of political dissidents as well as security risk suspects.
...
If courts decide that the 1978 law can be used to challenge an entire surveillance program, he said, Congress will have the power to rein in a president's use of the "state secrets" defense, which the Bush administration has often employed to seek dismissal of lawsuits related to national security.

The prospect of such restrictions alarms Justice Department lawyers. In papers filed with the appeals court, they argued that the closed-door hearings authorized by the 1978 law had a narrow purpose - resolving disputes over evidence gathered by electronic surveillance for prosecutions in spying and terrorism cases.

A broader interpretation of the law, opening the door to civil suits by surveillance targets seeking to overturn the entire program, would raise "serious constitutional questions" and interfere with "the president's ability to protect vital military and intelligence secrets from public disclosure," government lawyers said.
...
"We believe (the 1978 law) applies and that Congress had this very situation in mind," said Ann Brick, an American Civil Liberties Union lawyer who represents the plaintiffs in another case before Walker. "Congress set up a procedure in which the secrecy of the evidence is preserved, thus (there is) no harm to national security, and yet the court can adjudicate the merits of the controversy."

[ cf Foes of electronic spying may have a new way to challenge it (emphasis mine) ]
But how could anyone have ever thought about the times when GOD has punished america with Iranian Flying Saucers, and thus even consider the prospects that anyone would want to limit great leader, and the super secret powers of the swuper secret state secrets requirements....

Would this be a bad time to talk about how at one time it was considered IMMORAL, and treasonous as well, if not at least causing lab rats in cancer research facilities, that the Evil Clintonesta would use security classifications to cover up the evil clintonesta crimes!!!! Ah yes, back in those more Halcyon days, when the nation was merely 'at least as at war as before', unlike now, when we know that it is all because of the evil liberals who failed to support the troops by supporting the president back then that lead to God's Judgement.

Or is the simple course here that the law has not changed in any way shape or kind since the founding fathers dealt with the core problems of wishing to be secure in their person and papers.... Hum...
The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.
[ cf United State's bill of rights (emphasis mine) ]
Hum...

Hey kids, anyone here remember how back in 1935 there was the classical film Captain Blood, with errol flynn, that was about a doctor, who had not actually been involved in the Monmouth Rebellion but was none the less persecuted for taking care of wounded rebels!!! Oh dear, why not be a prig here
James II took advantage of the suppression of the rebellion to consolidate his power. He asked Parliament to repeal the Test Act and the Habeas Corpus Act, used his dispensing power to appoint Catholics to senior posts, and raised the strength of the standing army. Parliament opposed many of these moves, and on 20 November 1685 James dismissed it. In 1688, when the birth of James Francis Edward Stuart heralded a Catholic succession, James II was overthrown in a coup d'état by William of Orange in the Glorious Revolution at the invitation of the disaffected Protestant Establishment.
[ cf Monmouth Rebellion (emphasis mine> ]
Ah yes....

That Glorious Revolution of 1688, one of the critical distinctions that separates the Edmond Burkists, who believed that there was But ONE Revolution, as opposed to say, well, Thomas Paine, and the other sorts of radical extremists, some of whom would sign a declaration of independence, and argue as Federalist and anti-federalists, about the proper form of government....

And that, with some awareness that there was more at stake than merely Errol Flynn's Heritage as a ladies man, when it was politically expedient....

NAH.... The founding fathers clearly understood the importance of voting BushCheney2008, so as to keep the unbelievers from gaining control of the HOLY CROWN OF DIVINE RIGHTS which god alone has given to great leader. I mean how could it be otherwise???

As such, clearly the court system can not raise up the mere laws of man against the Divine Providence of God's One True And Eternal WORD!!!

Thus one must vote BUSHCHENEY2008, or face the consequences....
Tags: bushcheney2008, law, religion, war
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