Dave Brownlow on Homeland Security
Constitution Party Senate Challenger
A: DO NOT SUPPORT--we are currently spending nearly one trillion dollars a year defending our empire--more than the entire rest of the world spends on their militaries combined. We need a dramatic change in foreign policy to a non-intervention policy as laid out by our founders.
A: Agree. What an atrocious piece of legislation.
We need to relegate our military to the constitutionally authorized task of providing for the common defense of the states. In which case, there should never be a single American soldier stationed outside of the US unless they are repelling an actual invasion.
We seem to have confused our military with a Department of Offense!
Our real threat comes from the domestic enemies who have betrayed the oaths they swore to defend the Constitution. They concocted the "war on terror" as an elaborate deception to hide the great harm they have inflicted on our Republic--and to keep the American people in fearful, humble, servitude to those who rule this sinking ship.
Oddly, the official 9/11 report never bothered to sift through the rubble of this rather miraculous event.
Do you feel safer knowing the federal government is snooping around in your private affairs? Do you feel safer knowing the Federal government is looking into your spending habits, bank accounts and medical history? Do you feel safer boarding an airplane after you and the elderly couple next to you are strip searched? Do you feel safer knowing that they had to make up a whole unit of measure, called the petabyte, to describe the size of the enormous hard drives to store the mountains of information they are collecting about you?
With enemies like the Department of Homeland Security setting up shop in our own neighborhoods, why should we be afraid of terrorists?
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