HR347 Signed into Law, Limits free speech

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Forum topic by patcollins posted 07-02-2012 10:59 PM 1230 views 0 times favorited 1 reply Add to Favorites Watch
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07-02-2012 10:59 PM

HR347 passed overwhelmingly by the House (Both Parties) and signed in to law by President Obama will give the secret service the power to arrest and charge someone with a felony for protesting in an area where someone under secret service protection is.

Liberal or Conservative, you should be able to see the implications of this law and the possibility for abuse.

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#1 posted 07-04-2012 09:15 PM

The beginnings of a ruling class. This is what the fore fathers fought to liberate this country from and now we have come full circle. You can’t protest the president because you will be named a racist. Now you can’t protest worthless politicians because there is a chance you will be arrested and charged.

Freedom of speech has been added to the 2nd amendment as targets of the federal government to kill. The entire federal government of elected boneheads needs to be removed from office so we can start fresh.

This is so sad to see, the pace of America going down the drain, pick up so fast in the last 3 years. I just hope that the silent majority will get out and vote this election to get all these clowns out of office and put a new bunch in. That is the only way they will get the message. If the silent majority stays silent, I fear the end of America as a free nation is in great danger.

-- Don, Diamond Lake Custom Woodworks - - "If you make something idiot proof, all they do is make a better idiot"

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