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U.S. Govt. authorizes secret rendition of former President Carter for speaking out against the current administration.

President Carters remark, "Any government that denies its citizens the right to information will ultimately fail because a lack of trust fosters hard feelings, uprisings and coups", could easily be construed/contorted to imply that he has violated the S. 1959: Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act of 2007.

President Carter and his Secret Service detail were taken into custody by members of the Halliburton/KBR security forces and are being held at an undisclosed location believed to be somewhere in Syera.

The CIA has denied claims that the plane carrying former President Carter stopped to refuel in a British territory.

Vice President Chaney has denied claims that President Bush yelled, "But thems' fighten words", as he was giving the order for the abduction.

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Submitted by sniffles5 on Thu, 02/28/2008 - 11:01am.

Is this by any chance an excerpt from Richard Hobbs' upcoming book "Restoring the Permanent Republican Majority...By Any Means Necessary!" ?
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Submitted by Main Stream on Thu, 02/28/2008 - 1:20am.

I read the Full Text of S.1959 and saw a reference to the internet which reads:

(3) The Internet has aided in facilitating violent radicalization, ideologically based violence, and the homegrown terrorism process in the United States by providing access to broad and constant streams of terrorist-related propaganda to United States citizens.

It could be possible that if this bill is passed (maybe it already has), any free-flow of information via the internet that could be deemed radical, violent or terroristic in nature, may be censored. That's quite disturbing. This new "National Commission" falls under the Homeland Security umbrella, giving them even more control over U.S. citizens. And now, watching the internet for "propoganda" they don't want us to see. What was your opinion of the bill? Maybe it's a non-issue....

btw - Jimmy Carter is great! Go Jimmy (love this guy!)


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