As usual, the text of the law seems to say one thing, but actually says something far more sinister.
The NDAA, which President Barack Obama signed last December 31, allows the president to hold enemy combatants in military detention facilities without trial until the end of hostilities, if the person “substantially supported al-Qaeda, the Taliban, or associated forces that are engaged in hostilities against the United States or its coalition partners.”
So far, so good.
...Critics of the law note that the president alone determines who fits this criteria, without any judicial or congressional input. The law merely requires the Secretary of Defense to “regularly brief” Congress about “covered persons.”...
Which would be bad enough. But Big Sis, at Obozo's command, has issued disturbing memos.
Meanwhile, the federal government continues to give signs that it considers pro-life organizations and believers in limited government public enemy number one.
Public Enemy Number One is actually an elitist establishment occupying Congress and the White House.