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  • Yes, it's anti-American.

    The Patriot Act is another of those ultra conservative "messages" thrown at the public in an attempt to make people believe it's for their own good, and to make it difficult to disagree with (who could disagree with the connotation of "Patriot"?). But in fact, it is anti-American and breeches the very freedoms that this country fought for and for which soldiers died.

  • Yes, it's anti-American.

    The Patriot Act is another of those ultra conservative "messages" thrown at the public in an attempt to make people believe it's for their own good, and to make it difficult to disagree with (who could disagree with the connotation of "Patriot"?). But in fact, it is anti-American and breeches the very freedoms that this country fought for and for which soldiers died.

  • Sets the stage

    The Patriot Act is the foundation of the current generation of the tin foil hat army. While literally everything else they believe is wrong, the Patriot Act goes too far and it knows it. That's why it was slipped in when it was, when the American people were vulnerable and willing to comply with virtually anything. It's long outstayed its welcome.

  • Sets the stage

    The Patriot Act is the foundation of the current generation of the tin foil hat army. While literally everything else they believe is wrong, the Patriot Act goes too far and it knows it. That's why it was slipped in when it was, when the American people were vulnerable and willing to comply with virtually anything. It's long outstayed its welcome.

  • The Patriot Act is a necessary evil

    No, the Patriot Act does not go too far. In a world of dedicated and unscrupulous evil, certain sacrifices to personal liberty must be made. If warrant less wiretaps succeed in catching even a single terrorist, and therefore saving scores, hundreds, or thousands of lives, then they are worth it. If the cost of my safety is an unnoticed infringement, then I would gladly allow it.


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