Radicalization Act update.

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Matt at Sustainability, Equity, Development seems to share our concerns about HR 1955 and S 1959. He does admit that he expects this sort of thing from Republicans but that it was actually a Democratic bill. That being said he was not able to bring himself to discuss Gabby’s support for the bill.

All kidding aside about the congresswoman we greatly appreciate Matt’s interest in the issue.

more – Art at The Date Port is able to admit that Gabby voted for the bill.


Comments

  1. Hah!

    Of course I admit Giffords voted for the bill and I think the story makes it obvious. I didn’t mention Grijalva, Pastor, or Mitchell either, by the way;-)

    I don’t know how to process this development yet. That Ron Paul sign in the yard next to me just got a little brighter.

  2. Kralmajales says

    wow…Ron Paul huh? Didn’t know your libertarian creds Matt!!!

    I have to agree. This sounds far too much like Sedition Acts and all that crap. Also the breadth of what is defined as this is really chilling.

    Jefferson was a radical under this definition, as Art at Dataport mentions so well.

    Frankly, scary bill.

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