Sunday, December 11, 2011
Question For Our Illustrious Legislators
If one questions the constitutionality of a law (Senate Bill 1867) that promotes indefinite detention of its citizens who are "substantially aiding" terrorists, couldn't that act be regarded as a substantial aid of terrorists in and of itself? And who is to decide this? Will there have to be secret Star Chamber courts set up perhaps modeled on the practice of renditions?
Posted by Thingumbobesquire at 6:55 AM
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