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ACTION: Intelligence Reorganization or 9/11 Bill
« on: December 07, 2004, 05:30:04 PM »
Greetings Protectors of our Republic,

As you may already know, the Liberty Committee has suggested that we contact Congress.  They are expected to vote on the 9/11 Bill, also known as the Intelligence Reorganization Bill.  

Please go to http://capwiz.com/liberty/issues/alert/?alertid=6739451&type=CO and contact your Congressman ASAP!

I don't know about you, but I am sick and tired of playing footsie with pampered words of a pacifist pleading members of Congress to do their job.  More Americans should be bold and demand that Congress uphold and protect the US Constitution.  I rewrote much of the pre-written tailored message of The Liberty Committee.  Here's my e-mail to Congress:  
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Dear [Insert Name],

I strongly recommend you to vote "NO!" on the Intelligence Reorganization or 9/11 Bill.  9/11 was a blatant cover-up, and YOU know it!  I know about Sibel Edmonds suing Ashcroft & the DOJ for the SECOND time asserting that re-classification of her 9-11 allegations was illegal and unconstitutional.  I also know that WTC Tower 7 was "pulled" as well as the FDNY Towers!  Demolition takes preparation, especially a job of enormous size as the towers. 9/11 was no accident.  It was premeditated MURDER by the US Government.  The Mossad has had decades of experience running their terror enterprise, and because members of Congress FAILED the American people, that enterprise is soon expected to expand to our shores.  Israel has already monopolized most of the Internet and media corporations!

Tell me something, will members of Congress vote on the 9/11 Bill in the way they did with the Patriot Act?  Members of Congress only had a few hours to read the final version, which consisted of 400 pages!  The 9/11 bill is a few THOUSAND pages!  Will YOU read the entire thing before casting you vote?  I highly doubt it!  Here's a helpful hint: Don't vote on something YOU cannot read, and you better not abstain from something that is unConstitutional!  VOTE "NO!"

I know that the FTAA, which does NOT favor our Constitutional REPUBLIC, is right around the corner for you Neo-Cons and Democratic Socialists alike.  Since both Presidential candidates favored this tyrannical 9/11 Bill, the likelihood of a gridlock is a fairytale.  This 9/11 Bill is far more worse than the unConstitutional Patriot Acts that you knuckleheads unanimously passed!  In it are 41 recommendations for sweeping change in the structure of the federal government, empowering the Executive Branch OUTSIDE the restraints of the US Constitution that YOU swore to protect and uphold, which includes provisions FOR the National Identification cards that would make Hitler happy!  The Executive Branch has NO ACCOUNTABILITY as it is!  9/11 proved that!  

Here are a few words from your colleagues:

Rep. Paul Kanjorski (D - Pennsylvania) -- Compared the powers that would be conferred on the NID under the 9/11 recommendations to the powers of Lavrenty Beria in the Soviet Secret Police (NKVD) in the 1930s.

Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D - Ohio) - Asked if anybody in Congress remembered that they had taken an oath to defend the Constitution; pointed out the dangers inherent in a classification system.

Rep. Ron Paul (R - Texas) - Told Congress we are giving up our liberties too easily.

Rep. Christopher Shays (R - Connecticut) - Told two cautionary tales about the dangers of over classification, how it endangers the lives of ordinary Americans and wrecks Congressional oversight.

Senator Jim Talent (R - Missouri) - Reminded Congress of the intelligence abuses of the 1970s.

Rep. John Tierney (D - Massachusetts) - Told two cautionary tales on the dangers of over classification especially after-the-fact classification of data already in the public domain and how it wrecks Congressional oversight; criticized Congress for abdicating its oversight powers.

I do not suggest you vote NO, nor am I begging you to, I DEMAND IT!  It's only a matter of time before the vast majority Americans demand it as well.

Sincerely,
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Ex-Bircher July 2004
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« Reply #1 on: December 08, 2004, 05:13:45 AM »
CONTACT YOUR SENATORS ASAP!!!!!

Senate Expected to Pass Sept. 11 Intelligence Reform Bill After House Passes It 336-75
12-08-2004 7:21 AM
By JESSE J. HOLLAND, Associated Press Writer

WASHINGTON --  The Senate is expected to pass the 9/11 intelligence reform bill late this afternoon after the House passed the legislation 336-75 last night.

Four months after the Sept. 11 commission urged drastic changes to protect the nation from another terror attack, Congress neared final passage of the far-reaching legislation overhauling the nation's intelligence network and instituting new border and aviation security safeguards.

"We have walked a long and winding road to get to this day, but ultimately we've gotten to exactly where we wanted to be, which is on the verge of adopting legislation that will reform America's intelligence assets," said Sen. Joseph Lieberman, D-Conn., one of the lead Senate negotiators on the bill.

A compromise bill that seemed to be dead two weeks ago was getting a final vote in the Senate late Wednesday before being sent to President Bush for his signature.

The House passed the bill overwhelmingly on Tuesday after Bush endorsed it and House Republicans satisfied themselves that the measure would not negatively affect the nation's military.

The president "greatly looks forward to Senate passage and ultimately to signing the bill into law," White House spokesman Trent Duffy said late Tuesday as the president flew back to Washington from a visit with Marines at Camp Pendleton, Calif.

The legislation would:

_Create a new national intelligence director.

_Establish a counterterrorism center.

_Set priorities for intelligence gathering.

_Tighten U.S. borders.

It would implement the biggest change to U.S. intelligence gathering and analysis since the creation of the CIA after World War II.

The bill also included a host of anti-terrorism provisions, which would:

_Allow wiretaps of "lone wolf" terrorists not associated with groups or states.

_Improve airline baggage screening procedures.

_Increase the number of full-time border patrol agents by 2,000 a year for five years.

_Impose new federal standards on information that driver's licenses must contain.

The Sept. 11 commission, in its July report, said disharmony among the nation's 15 intelligence agencies contributed to the inability of government officials to stop the 2001 attacks that killed nearly 3,000 people in New York City, Washington and Pennsylvania.

The new structure should help the agencies work together to prevent such disasters in the future, lawmakers said.

"This legislation is going to make a real difference to the security of our country," said Senate Governmental Affairs Committee chairwoman Susan Collins, R-Maine. "It is going to improve the quality of intelligence provided to our military and it will help to keep civilians safer here at home."

Senators said Tuesday they were confident the bill would pass. But because Congress had to hold a special session to get a final agreement, Wednesday's vote was expected to be extended to late in the day to accommodate senators rushing back to the Capitol from across the nation.

Heavy and persistent lobbying by the bipartisan Sept. 11 commission and families of attack victims kept the legislation alive through the summer political conventions, the Nov. 2 elections and a postelection lame duck session of Congress.

Families of several Sept. 11 victims held hands and wept as the House passed the legislation. Bill Harvey, a New Yorker whose wife, Sara Manley, was killed at the World Trade Center a month after the couple wed, said the victory was also a sad reminder.

"The vote took 15 minutes, and it was pretty emotional. I thought about her during the 15 minutes of the vote," he said.

House GOP leaders held up action on the bill for two weeks because Armed Services Committee Chairman Duncan Hunter, R-Calif., was concerned that the new intelligence director might be inserted into the chain of command between the president and military commanders in the field.

Hunter and the bill's negotiators came to an agreement Monday on language clarifying the president's control.

Some Republicans, however, still weren't satisfied. House Judiciary Committee Chairman James Sensenbrenner, R-Wis., was upset because the bill wouldn't prohibit states from giving driver's licenses to illegal immigrants or change asylum laws to make it more difficult for terrorists to get into the country.

Other Republicans said they opposed the entire overhaul bill because they saw it as useless.

"I believe creating a national intelligence director is a huge mistake," said Rep. Ray LaHood, R-Ill. "It's another bureaucracy, it's another layer of government. It would not have prevented 9/11 and it will not prevent another 9/11."

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Bill text: http://www.house.gov/rules/s2845crfulltext.htm
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ACTION: Intelligence Reorganization or 9/11 Bill
« Reply #2 on: December 09, 2004, 05:39:23 AM »
Well Hell !!!!!  They passed it !!!!!   :x

Bush will sign off on it !!  :badguy:

Keep it up Americans .... :sleep: ..... you're doing great !!
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ACTION: Intelligence Reorganization or 9/11 Bill
« Reply #3 on: December 16, 2004, 05:31:12 AM »
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Official Title as Introduced: 'A bill to reform the intelligence community and the intelligence and intelligence-related activities of the United States Government, and for other purposes.'


S. 2845

HR 5150

http://www.congress.org/congressorg/issuesaction/billlist/?issue=27
Here is the info & links from COngress' website

http://www.congress.org/congressorg/webreturn/?url=http://thomas.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/z?c108:S.2845:
Look up the text of the bills here

It will take time to go through this but if more eyes look at what was passed, maybe we can figure out which parts of PAII made it in.

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« Reply #4 on: December 16, 2004, 06:15:33 AM »
Suggestion:  print them all out so you can read them at your leisure.  It's a lot of info to sift through.
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ACTION: Intelligence Reorganization or 9/11 Bill
« Reply #5 on: December 16, 2004, 07:53:42 AM »
THis document is huge. No way the people in congress read this before the vote. Jerks.

I am working on printing it out. Got a few people who have agreed to take sections and try to give summaries of what it means. Federal legeslation is tedious. So many other laws to look up when researching this one.

I will try to post summaries as they are completed.
But today I am on a news hunt.

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