Saturday, October 16, 2004

PATRIOT ACT, NATIONAL ID CARD, DRESS CODE?

The Patriot Act wasn't offensive enough, congress keeps adding more intrusive provisions, legalizing torture for instance, or the National ID card.

There have been numerous incidences of people arrested or thrown out thrown out of Bush rallies because they wore stickers or tee shirts that didn't imply complete adulation of George Bush.

The latest incidence was three teachers who attended a rally wearing tee shirts that said "Protect Our Civil Liberties."

Ooh, that spells t-r-o-u-b-l-e! Maybe the Pentagon should watch them.

Apparently there is no problem with these women being tossed out and being threatened with arrest of a rally that is funded with their taxpayer dollars.

The problem,we learn, is they didn't follow the dress code. Jackson County Republican Chairman Bryan Platt defends the latest incident.

"
I wish (the women) would have just dressed in a way that was without that kind of intent to incite any kind of incident."


How long will it be before this president and his criminal congress legislate this, too?
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