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Mike Miles on Homeland Security


Patriot Act goes too far

Our civil liberties and our commitment to justice for everyone are eroding. While we have legitimate security concerns, the threat of terrorism cannot justify abrogation of fundamental rights. Our civil liberties are not forfeit during times of crisis. Indeed, it is during times of crisis that we need them most. Thus the Patriot Act goes too far, and I will work to repeal the portions of the Patriot Act that are unconstitutional or undermine fundamental freedoms.
Source: Campaign website, MikeMiles4Senate.com Jun 30, 2004

Revoke the doctrine of preemptive use of force

As a student of foreign policy, I strongly believe that a policy of preemptive use of force, which is already being considered for adoption by other countries, is dangerous to the world order of which we are part. I will work hard to revoke the preemptive use of force and remove it from our strategic doctrine. The United States must lead - not by forcing our way on the world stage, but through respect for democratic principles and support for the rule of law.
Source: Campaign website, mikemiles4senate.com, "Issues & Positions" Jun 15, 2004

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