Assumptions of Democracy: January 2005 Archives

The United States has a plan to imprison for life terrorist suspects. Not a problem except for the fact that the U.S. doesn't have sufficient evidence to even indict them, let alone try these people in the courts and get a conviction. This kind of government action is precisely one of the reasons the Colonialists overthrew the British Government in the Revolutionary War more than two centuries ago. Sen. Richard G. Lugar (R), called it a "bad idea". I would go further and call it entirely UNAMERICAN. The Bush administration is showing its willingness to bury the most basic core principles set out in our Constitution for expedience. I cannot recall a more traitorous act against our Constitution by a sitting President.

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