Senators Demand the Military Lock Up American Citizens in a “Battlefield” They Define as Being Right


I've seen this posted by several people....I also note this is on the ACLU site....with that noted I ask all active duty military if you would turn on and shoot upon American Citizens?



While nearly all Americans head to family and friends to celebrate Thanksgiving, the Senate is gearing up for a vote on Monday or Tuesday that goes to the very heart of who we are as Americans....

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I am surprised it is even on their (ACLU) site. They would eat up any and all chance to put Tea Partiers in jail so they would no longer have opposition to their mission. 

Yeah it could be and dont forget law enforcement officers either.

Twana I looked into this a little yesterday, I think it's bogus...the bill was introduced and passed by the House in 2007 but killed in the Senate and Thomas does not have it as being active...I could be wrong, if someone else has done further digging, I'd like to know what is what with it...

Did you know that there are 1291 'admenments' attached to that Senate Bill?  Two I know of that PREVENTS military from arresting American citizens within the US. (1125 and 1126). Look it up at:    

broken link, 'page not found'...

I tried to find section 1867 in the bill and couldn't. Makes me wonder...

S. 1867, the National Defense Authorization Act bill 1125 and 1126, there is no text for either I have no clue if it is for or against...

To clarify the applicability of requirements for military custody with respect to detainees.
Proposed: Nov 17, 2011.
To limit the authority of the Armed Forces to detain citizens of the United States under section 1031.
Proposed: Nov 17, 2011.

I'm from OH, it was just 40 mi north of Toledo  in the edge of MI that a car bomb was set off just about a month ago. We've had the attacks on recruiters and military bases (by American Citizens) and now we have the ows crowds causing havoc, and being funded by soros and world wide communists and anarchists, and certain to get rowdier when the weather warms again; the amendment wants to deem the whole world a battlefield including America. I agree there. Remember, if the Military should decide to enforce the Declaration, they'd probably find out whether soros has weapons stashed all over our country. This one certainly needs prayer and God's guidance.

Look for S.1967


I see that this bill is sponsored by michigan's senator Carl Levin. Way to go , Carl!


Knowing that the above suggestion would violate the Posse Comitatus Act I Googled S. 1867 and reviewed the bill at

 It is amazing how long that bill is and from review of the contents listing there is nothing in it about locating and locking up American citizens.

It appears to me as another lengthy congressional ClusterF***.



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