Occupy Movement and Tea Party defend the Constitution
Finally, something that the Occupy Movement and the Tea Party Movement can agree upon: the National Defense Authorization Act should not be approved so long as it includes a provision whereby a U.S. citizen, on U.S. soil, could be arrested by the military on suspicion of “terrorism” and detained indefinitely without trial.
This county and our U.S. Constitution were born out of a war against such injustice. The Occupy Movement is already protesting.
Where is the protest from the Tea Party Movement with their strict-Constitution rhetoric?
<IMHO> Fred Jacobsen
- “The Tea Party movement is more organized, more focused and more potent. What happened in 2010 was…” (shortformblog.tumblr.com)
- The Cry for Freedom (singularspectrum.wordpress.com)
- Will Bunch: The Accidental Truth-Teller: Glenn Beck, the Tea Party and Race (huffingtonpost.com)
- Tea Party Exports Movement to Ailing Japan (usnews.com)
- Common Ground Between Occupy Wall Street And The Tea Party (outsidethebeltway.com)
- GOP Occupied with Amending the Constitution (Guest Voice) (themoderatevoice.com)
- Should Occupy Wall Street Occupy the Constitution? (reason.com)
- Time’s Newest Ridiculous Person of the Year: Occupy (minx.cc)
- “Occupy The Constitution” Ctd (andrewsullivan.thedailybeast.com)
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